How to be able to still view Encrypted files on Samsung S9/Android, but not outside of it

I had lost a phone once and I was more upset with the idea of the bad guy having access to my Micro SD memory card/personal data than losing the phone itself.

After getting a new phone, Samsung S9 has a Encryption feature for SD cards, but the thing with this is, it won’t allow viewing of files unless it goes through the long process of Decrypting it on the phone.

I want a way to still be able to access encrypted files on the phone itself, but will require a password to decrypt/view outside of the phone (if the memory card was removed and tried being viewed on a computer for example, that this would not be possible).

Any possibilities?

Would I still be able to cast conjure barrage if I was also using flame arrow?

Conjure barrage specifies that the ammunition used to cast it must be non magical but I can’t find anywhere if an arrow under the effect of flame arrow is considered magical or not.

What I mean by that is, is the arrow in and of itself magical or does flame arrow just set it on fire as it’s launched as though it had been warped in cloth soaked in oil and lit (but without those steps)?

Would I still be able to use it as a medium to cast the conjure barrage spell or would I not be able to cast that till I lost concentration on flame arrow/the spell ran its course and if not would the effects stack?

Use of HTTP functions in GCP Cloud Functions Is Not Secure. Why they are still available?

As Google mentions itself in the documentation,

the HTTP functions in Cloud Functions have no authentication and are not secure. HTTP functions are unprotected and will respond to any HTTP request, which means anybody on the internet could start and stop your Compute Engine instances.

What is the real use of such HTTP functions then? Why they are available at all?

Outside of combat, does a Totem Warrior Barbarian with Eagle Totemic Attunement still fall from flight?

Say a 14th-level Totem Barbarian chose the Eagle totem for the level 14 Totemic Attunement feature, and had the Persistent Rage barbarian feature.

Would they fall after flying 80 feet, assuming they have a base speed of 40 feet from the Fast Movement feature, and take the Dash action? Or would they be able to fly continuously for 1 minute?

Does a blind creature with tremorsense still have a 50% miss chance?

A creature with the extraordinary ability tremorsense

can automatically pinpoint the location of anything that is in contact with the ground.

Does pinpoint here mean an otherwise blind creature with tremorsense can locate a creature with perfect accuracy, or does pinpoint here mean an otherwise blind creature with tremorsense can know an appropriate creature’s space but suffers a 50% miss chance, as when locating a creature that’s invisible?

If my team-mate absorbs a creature we have been fighting, will the rest of the party still gain EXP?

My DM is playing a DMPC along with our party, as well as the standard DM role.

During an encounter, his PC absorbed a gelatinous cube, and is saying that because it was not a true kill, the rest of the party doesn’t gain experience, even though we did damage the cube.

Is this in line with the rules, or are we getting screwed by our DM?

FUD payload connection over 443 (meterpreter behavior) still being detected by Windows Defender

I’ve managed to create a obfuscated shellcode that is compatible with windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp and windows/shell/reverse_tcp (metasploit) payload’s handlers. When testing with metasploit listening with windows/shell/reverse_tcp payload the connection is not detected, when I test with metasploit listening with windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp set the behavior is detected. The detection seems to post connection..

Is there additional options/variables I can set in the windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp payload handler to evade antivirus (windows defender) detecting meterpreter behavior?

I’m looking to evade detection server side (metasploit listener options), not client side I’ve done that.

How many rings that have special effects can one character wear at a time while still having all of the special effects [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here:

  • Is there a limit to the number of magic rings a character can wear on one hand? 3 answers

So i was wondering how many magical rings can one character wear at once while still retaining their special effects.

Does an Iron Defender mounted by an artificer still get its actions, if commanded?

Playing a human artificer battle smith with the spell Enlarge/Reduce, I want to use the Steel Defender as a mount. It is a medium size construct that becomes large size under the effects of the spell.

You may design the Steel Defender as you like, given that:

You determine the creatures appearance and whether it has two legs or four; your choice has no effect on its game statistics. (Eberron – Rising From the Last War, pg.61)

Even though it has “no effect on game statistics,” we can assume we care enough to design it in such a way it may act as a suitable mount.

The PHB rules for a mount in combat state, on pg.198:

…and it has only three action options: Dash, Disengage, and Dodge.

But also says, shortly after:

An independent mount retains its place in the initiative order. Bearing a rider puts no restrictions on the actions the mount can take, and it moves and acts as it wishes. (emphasis mine)

The Steel Defender has an intelligence of 4, meaning it does not automatically (and always) act as an independent mount (it is not sufficiently intelligent). Yet, according to this question and accepted/upvoted answer all mounts may act independently.

Yet in the rules-text for the Steel Defender (pg.61 of Eberron – Rising From the Last War) it says:

It can move and use its reaction on its own, but the only action it takes on its turn is the Dodge action, unless you take a bonus action on your turn to command it…

One more relevant rule:

…the Steel Defender shares your initiative count, but it takes its turn directly after yours.

Which is the same as the PHB rules for a mounted creature.

If I use my bonus action on my turn to command it while mounted, may it still use its Force-Empowered Rend or Repair action on its turn?

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Can a controlled mount make an Opportunity Attack?

Essentially what I’m going for (Image from Final Fantasy Brave Exvius):

Power Armour

Not that the rules care what it looks like. It could just as easily be a mechanical horse.