After I boot my Ubuntu 18.04.3 server, something is rapidly auto-launching
cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/disk/by-id/ata-WDC_WD20EZRZ-00Z5HB0-part1 encrypt-a
I do have an encrypted disk by that name, which I unlock as encrypt-a, but I did not (intentionally) ask to have it auto-mounted. It isn’t listed in /etc/fstab.
It launches and dies and respawns rapidly. Once I login and manually unlock it, the auto-launch stops.
How can I find what is auto-launching it and stop it?
I have a 6 server 2016 crawl farm on 2012R2 Windows. Server1-6. 5&6 host crawler, admin component, and content processing. 3&4 host content processing and analytics. 1&2 host indexes and query processing.
We were getting a lot of errors on our continuous and incrementals so I stopped them to troubleshoot. However, even though the content sources are all idle, the crawl log still shows the continuous as running. Also, any crawls i start now just run without crawling anything. No errors but no successes. I have tried restarting the whole farm, stopping osearch, sptimer, & spadmin services and bouncing IIS as well. The crawl targets are up and providing content and permissions are correct there. No resource contentions anywhere.
How do I stop two of almost every process running? Gnome seems to be running duplicated. I found it because an error was indicating
Failed to start server, Address already in use, (Bind Failed). I’m not sure what I did to cause this. Recently, to get NoMachine to display properly with my monitor disconnected, I had to run
sudo init 2. Could it be related to that? How do I fix it?
I have a video player on a popup box, when I close the popup the sound continues to play in the background,how do I stop the audio one the popup is closed?
<div id="animatedModal" class="popup-modal">
<!–THIS IS IMPORTANT! to close the modal, the class name has to match the name given on the ID –>
<div id="btn-close-modal" class="close-animatedModal close-popup-modal"> <i class="ion-close-round"></i> </div>
Stop the sound playing when video player closes
The site setup goes like this: MainSite –> SubSite.
Permissions on MainSite
User (tsp5070_ex_farm) is also added to Style Resource Readers.
I set Stop Inheriting Permissions and user added “Edit Permission” on SubSite.
On WebApp -> SubSite when I logged:
- in modern view still asked credential
- classic view did not ask credential, but if I went e.g. Home Page where it was not possible to switch to classic mode so it still asked credential
Why does it still ask me to log in once I logged it? What am I missing?
I’m using “Section” autonumbering in a notebook that contains text and calculations. Normally my “Section” style numbering looks like:
1) 2) 3)
After evaluating the notebook the “Section” style numbering looks like:
0) 0) 0)
Nothing I have tried corrects the problem. I have tried stopping and restarting the kernel. I have tried unloading and reloading the style sheet. When I execute:
the command returns zero even though prior to executing the command I initiated 3 “Section” command. I get the same type of failure if I use the default stylesheet and the “ItemNumbered” style.
If I exit Mathematica and reopen it all the sections are numbered correctly. Also if I open another notebook it autonumbers correctly. The problem is localized to any notebook that has been evaluated with the notebook evaluation command.
This problem doesn’t happen with 11.3, only 12.0. Anyone know how to correct the problem in the evaluated notebook?
When i move program starter on my desktop to another position and i move it accidentally over an other program starter the other starter is executed. This is annoying. Can i disable this somehow? I’m on Xubuntu 18.04 using Xfce 4.12.
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- What to do when you can’t protect mobile app secret keys? 4 answers
We are experiencing fraud with our open API, so we’re turning it private.
Let’s suppose that I’m using OAuth and Bearer token to authorize who can access my API.
Request: App -> Credentials -> Auth Endpoint … Response: a bearer token to be used in future requests
But even with HTTPS an attacker can user Fiddler, Burp, Charles and other proxies to intercept and see what credentials I’m using with a self signed root certificate installed in the proxy machine and trusted in mobile device.
Request: App -> Credentials -> Proxy … Intercepted Credentials Request: Postman/Attack Script -> Valid Credentials Intercepted -> Auth Endpoint … Response: a bearer token to be used in future requests
So the attacker stole the credentials and is authorized to use the API until the token expires.
How can I avoid this?
Whenever I use the cursor to drag and change the position of an icon in the dock it just hangs for a moment and goes back to it’s original place.
Do you have any suggestions? I need help…