I had a flashdrive that went corrupted on me and i had to resort to data recovery software to get all of my work back. All went well except this file that i NEED.
recreating this file would be a MAJOR pain in the arse, its the heart of hundreds of operations.
The file contents:
658f c919 ebfc ...
Yep... so been off the computer for a couple days. Basically my ACL detatched from my Tibia and took a piece of bone with it. Fun times! I go in for surgery on Monday morning (Saturday afternoon here).
@JourneymanGeek It's hardly coffee when you call it 'Iced gingerbread frappe' though :P
@JourneymanGeek my networking-fu is not very strong but I'm pretty sure the issue here is about configuring the VM's network settings on the Windows host and, as such, I think the Q belongs here. Am I right?
Using virtualbox I am running a server on Linux-Mint(guest) and client machine is windows-8 (host).
When I try to connect to the server (which looks like http://169.254.158.126:8080) from windows-8, nothing happens. Chrome shows this:
So to solve this I have been looking through the Internet ...
So I have a webservice, and most calls require a valid account id and password. However, it's an F2P game. I've got a captcha for creating a new account, and for when you enter numbers in the contest. I don't want to hit them with 2 captchas their first time in, so the plan is to create the account when they send their first entries.
this means I need one call to the service, "Get Available Contests" that has no authentication.
would you consider that a security issue?
it seems to me the only thing that could be done is a malicious guy hitting it over and over to stress the database, but I guess that hitting ones with authentication and no id still would stress the db
so it seems like a non-issue. I want to know if my reasoning is wrong here :)
So, I've noticed several things about devices I've seen in person. I have a Western Digital My Book 3TB External Drive Plugged into my PC that I bought from one store because it was on sale and I needed extra storage capacity. Then, at another store, I saw they sold the same external hard drive w...