Car Modding Website – Blog + Dropshipping Store – Car Audio

Why are you selling this site?
I had a partner who was going to help promote the site but he's been too busy with other projects, and so have I.

It really needs someone who is down to do some social media marketing, run ads and create more content. The foundation is already built, so if you're good at marketing or want to run ads and run a dropshipping business, then this is perfect for you.

I chose Orlando, because I am from there and the market for this stuff is huge, people…

Car Modding Website – Blog + Dropshipping Store – Car Audio

Car Modding Website – Blog + Dropshipping Store $75 OBO in 24 hours

Why are you selling this site?
I had a partner who was going to help promote the site but he's been too busy with other projects, and so have I.

It really needs someone who is down to do some social media marketing, run ads and create more content. The foundation is already built, so if you're good at marketing or want to run ads and run a dropshipping business, then this is perfect for you.

I chose Orlando, because I am from there and the market for this stuff is huge, people…

Car Modding Website – Blog + Dropshipping Store $ 75 OBO in 24 hours

Can you store Hex in a Glyph of Warding?

Can you store Hex in a Glyph of Warding?

If a Cleric multi-classes and takes one level in Warlock, would they be able to use Glyph of Warding to store a Hex spell?

Spell Glyph. You can store a prepared spell of 3rd level or lower in the glyph by casting it as part of creating the glyph. The spell must target a single creature or an area. The spell being stored has no immediate effect when cast in this way. When the glyph is triggered, the stored spell is cast. If the spell has a target, it targets the creature that triggered the glyph. If the spell affects an area, the area is centered on that creature. If the spell summons hostile creatures or creates harmful objects or traps, they appear as close as possible to the intruder and attack it. If the spell requires concentration, it lasts until the end of its full duration. (PHB p.245)

Is it allowed to store 8-digit BINs outside of CDE

If I store 8-digit BINs and truncated (6/4) PANs separately outside of my CDE, do I remain PCI compliant?

Truncated PANs are no more than the first 6 and last 4 digits of PAN, compliant to the standard’s section 3.4, but it only says:

The intent of truncation is to permanently remove a segment of PAN data so that only a portion of the PAN is stored.

from which I am not sure if it’s still allowed to have the first 8 digits separately, for other purposes, let’s say, to maintain a mapping from BIN to bank name.

Current standard: https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/documents/PCI_DSS_v3-2-1.pdf

I checked related Q&As, none of which mentions 8-digits:

  • Storing last 6 digits of payment card vs 4 digits
  • Minimum requirements for storing last 4 digits of credit card number?
  • Is PCI-DSS compliance required for non-credit card payment source?
  • Creditcard store first six digits PCI reference
  • PCI Compliance requirement when storing card data on user's device
  • Does transmitting first 6 and last 4 digits of the card number and expire date require PCI DSS compliance?

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Is it safe to store user-uploaded ID scans in S3 (with server encryption)?

Currently my web app stores user-uploaded ID scans in S3. I am concerned about an eventual data leak.

The S3 bucket is encrypted with server-side encryption (AES-256) but I figure the next obvious risk is an attacker gaining access to the AWS account itself. I have secured the root account with 2FA but there are several user accounts which have full access to S3 still (such as a Travis CI account).

The solution I am thinking of is periodically moving the ID scans to a different source with client-side encryption (where only I know the private key). That way if a leak happens, there will be only a small amount of data leaked.

Is this a common practice or are there better solutions in this situation?

Store passwords local with plain text access on WinPE

I have an application that needs to store Network Credentials for a Network Drive/Share on the disk. The user shouldn’t need to enter the password every time. The OS is WinPE, so he cannot map the drive once and it will stay there.

Limitation:

  • I need the password in plain text, to map the drive.
  • The program should work without an additional password that the user has to enter.

Thoughts:

  • Hash + Salt is not reversible, so I cannot get the password in plain text.
  • An encrypted password is not safe, because the program has to store the key. If someone looks inside the code he will get the key and decrypt the password.
  • I cannot use the “Protect Data” interface of windows, because I use WinPE. Protect Data Documentation

The program is written in C#. Maybe someone has a good idea about my problem. Thanks!

Could you store your passwords in a phone app governed by a QR code?

I had an idea a little while back to have an ID card with a QR code on it that you kept in your wallet. When you want to access your passwords (view them directly), you need your ID card and to scan it with your password protected iPhone. This then reveals your desired passwords.

But I’m thinking about it more and it doesn’t seem to offer any extra “security” or protection of your passwords. You have your phone password memorized, so that’s secure. Once you get into your phone and open the customized QR reading password app, you could just have direct access to your passwords right there instead of having the QR code layer. But, say we add the QR code step, of scanning the QR code to get access. Maybe it only works on your phone. So you have your phone password and a QR code protecting your password.

Does something like this offer any extra security? I’m thinking along the lines of n-factor auth and having an actual physical ID card in the mix.

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Any sales?

Yup, got 4 sales in the past 10 days after running few campaigns and a shoutout, total revenue $ 297.80. All sales came from the United States.

Why this product?

I'm living from dropshipping for the past 2 years, so I already have my own criteria for a winning product. I found this printer by seeing it on my competitor's facebook completely by random. I started checking it and noticed that this product is extremely fresh on the market. Not too many sales on…

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