Let’s say I have a regular +2 weapon, but I want it to have Flaming Burst, which is a +2 equivalent ability. Could I pay the 10000gp difference to have it be upgraded to a +1 Flaming Burst weapon, or would I have to pay 24000gp to upgrade it to +2 Flaming Burst?
I’ve pentested a lot of websites and a few apps too but this app eludes them all. On the websites, when there’s a
websocket upgrade the BURP proxy recognizes it and starts showing it in the websockets tab. Somewhat similar happens on the apps, but not on this one.
This app doesn’t do any such thing.
How this app works :
- Gets it’s websocket endpoints from a config, downloaded from a website. Then ‘mysteriously’ it makes a connection to the websocket server, which isn’t visible in the BURP proxy.
My Setup : 1. Rooted phone with frida running and objection framework for ssl unpinning ( although not needed here, as I am already able to see all the http(s) traffic from the app ).
FYI I’ve added my BURP cert as root authority in my android 7.0 phone.
I’ve also tried ‘invisible proxying’ ( not sure how it works ) didn’t work either.
Any ideas would help ?
I have a FLAMING BLADE motherboard with intel core i7 950 cpu. I wanna upgrade the CPU to core i7 990x. The question is: it worth to upgrade?
I have just recently downloaded kali linux onto my VM software and i was doing apt-get upgrade in terminal and some files got blocked by my kts and i was wondering whether it was a false positive as what its trying to download is tools for code injections, do i allow the files to download or should i listen to kaspersky?
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This is an issue I’m recurringly facing: older people from my family (or people who my family members know) can be surprisingly reluctant to apply most basic security measures when they’re using they’re PCs. The particular issues vary, but this time I’m struggling with a really eggregious one: the refusal to upgrade from their ~20 years old Windows XP PC. (Or is this an even older version of Windows? I don’t really know as I did not see it yet.)
How can I explain that it is a bad idea nowadays to connect to the internet with such a PC?
I think that this question will only be clear and meaningful if I add an addendum about the mindset of such people… which seems to me to be really peculiar:
- They seem to have no notion of obsolescence of things. In their minds, a computer is in good shape if and only if it is capable to perform the tasks they need it to perform (eg. “receive this important document sent to my e-mail address, make such-and-such modifications to this document, send it back“). Thus if they’re able to do this it is hard to explain to them they should buy a new PC.
- They remember the times of poverty, when it was irresponsible (and actually plain stupid) to replace things carelessly. In their times broken things were being fixed if possible, and only replaced if repairs were no longer possible. Some of them are still poor, so they may have actual (rather than just mental) reasons to refuse to spend a three digit sum on new things.
- They seem reluctant to understand how to operate stuff from the modern era. They seem to want a concise, clearly defined order of steps necessary to perform a task (rather than understanding of the abstractions of modern GUIs so that they can operate their PCs regardless of whatever it shows them). If anything strays from this clear order of steps (eg the computer shows them an unexpected dialog) they get confused and may deem their computer “broken” (and call me to “fix” it for them).
- Actual example: “I don’t know what happens, why can I not get to my e-mail inbox without all of this annoying stuff? It keeps displaying me these annoying messages about passwords and phone numbers! Please fix it for me so that clicking this picture will get me to my e-mail inbox!”
- As a result, whenever anything changes in their computer (eg this WinXP is upgraded finally…) that interferes with their well-known, predictable order of steps / responses from their PC it is likely they’ll say I “broke more than I fixed”. They have a clear definition of “fixing” their PC… “make it behave exactly as it used to“.
- When told about security (eg that a middle school kiddie next door could break into their PC) they tend to respond along the lines of “Am I working in a three letter agency?” or “Who am I, a millionaire? There’s no reason anyone would want to target me!“
Actually, if I think about it, their point of view, even if fallacious, kind of makes sense… They simply treat a PC as a tool like that they’re accustomed of, something like a hammer or a (traditional, simple, devoid of electronics) vacuum cleaner… Their approach, listed above, seems reasonable if they were talking about a hammer rather than a PC, I guess…
I’m running out of arguments. In the spirit of this question, may I ask how to talk to such old-timers?
Context: The players got a secret manor as a gift from a shady noble woman they made friends with but the manor is old and run down since the manor has been abandon for years. They no longer have connection with noble woman due to reasons. And the manor comes with a demon butler that is sworn to serve whoever is the owner of the manor. (Think Black Butler but can’t leave the property)
Question: How do i set it up so they could upgrade it while still keeping the location and the existence of the manor a secret?
I was thinking about having the manor tied to the demon so in order to upgrade the house they would have to increase his power, like the house looks run down but clean at the beginning but as he gets power the manor will look more pristine and he will have greater ability to make changes as ordered by summoning the upgrades. But I’m not sure.
Related to this:PostgreSQL extremely slow after upgrade from 9.3 to 9.4 but trying to understand better…
My queries was slow after upgrading to Postgres Version 11.5 from 10.7 I first ran
ANALYZE on the DB but still was slow! so I can
VACUUM ANALYZE on the DB, and was still slow…
as a last resort, I am running
VACUUM FULL ANALYZE on a table by table basis using psycopg2 with autocommit on (http://initd.org/psycopg/docs/connection.html#connection.autocommit) to be able to run it in psycopg2
one table is taking hours to do … while I wait, I can’t help but wonder what went wrong. The reduction of the query performance was mainly from UPSERT.
I am in the process of upgrading SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2016. What I’ve done so far is attach the SharePoint 2010 db into Sharepoint 2013 environment, completed the mount and upgrade. However, it looks horrible in SharePoint 2013. The company template, web parts are broken, etc. What are the benefits of upgrading vs. migrating? Is it better to redesign/build the site in SharePoint 2016 and use a third party tool to migrate the data? I haven’t looked at the workflows yet. Can Workflows and MySites be migrated or is that an upgrade?
Any recommendations, tips, best practices?
I am not able to upgrade. During the upgrade the following error pops up:
I am Ubuntu 18.04.3. Androis Studio installed via
Does anyone have any clue to fix this?
I installed ubuntu 18.04.1 and autologing in worked great, after running apt-upgrade autologin stops working and I’m confronted with a login screen after boot. How can I get autologin to work again?