If you registered SteamGuard with WinAuth in version 3.3, you will need to remove it from your Steam account and add it again. This is because WinAuth only kept the SteamGuard information relevant to generating the authenticator codes, but confirmations requires re-registering.
You are welcome to use/reuse/remix/retain the materials from this site in your own courses.Nearly all the material in this web site is Copyright Creative Commons Attribution. These arelinks to downloadable content as well as links to other sources of this course material.
Download course material as anIMS Common Cartridge, to import into an LMS like Sakai, Moodle, Canvas,Desire2Learn, Blackboard, or similar.After loading the Cartridge, you will need an LTI key and secret to provision theLTI-based tools provided in that cartridge.
If your LMS supportsLearning Tools Interoperability Content-Item Message you canlogin and apply for an LTI 1.x key and secret and install this web siteinto your LMS as an App Store / Learning Object Repository that allowsyou to author you class in your LMS while selecting tools and contentfrom this site one item at a time. You will be given instructionson how to set up the \"app store\" in your LMS when you receiveyour key and secret.
The Get Secrets operation is applicable to the entire vault. However, only the base secret identifier and its attributes are provided in the response. Individual secret versions are not listed in the response. This operation requires the secrets/list permission.
The purge deleted secret operation removes the secret permanently, without the possibility of recovery. This operation can only be enabled on a soft-delete enabled vault. This operation requires the secrets/purge permission.
The UPDATE operation changes specified attributes of an existing stored secret. Attributes that are not specified in the request are left unchanged. The value of a secret itself cannot be changed. This operation requires the secrets/set permission.
Use this task to download secrets, such as authentication keys, storage account keys, data encryption keys, .PFX files, and passwords from an Azure Key Vault instance. The task can be used to fetch the latest values of all or a subset of secrets from the vault and set them as variables that can be used in subsequent tasks of a pipeline. The task is Node-based and works with agents on Linux, macOS, and Windows.
Use this task to download secrets, such as authentication keys, storage account keys, data encryption keys, .PFX files, and passwordsfrom an Azure Key Vault instance.The task can be used to fetch the latest values of all or a subset of secrets from the vault and set them as variables that can be used in subsequent tasks of a pipeline.The task is Node-based and works with agents on Linux, macOS, and Windows.
Values are retrieved as strings. For example, if there is a secret named connectionString,a task variable connectionString is created with the latest value of the respective secretfetched from Azure key vault. This variable is then available in subsequent tasks.
If the value fetched from the vault is a certificate (for example, a PFX file), the task variablewill contain the contents of the PFX in string format. You can use the following PowerShell codeto retrieve the PFX file from the task variable:
This topic describes how to create a secret. A secret contains one or more secretversions, along with metadata such as labels and replication information. Theactual contents of a secret are stored in a secret version.
Secret Manager automatically versions secret data using secret versions, and most operations like access, destroy, disable, and enable take place on a secret version.With Secret Manager, you can pin a secret to specific versions like 42 or floating aliases like latest. Learn how to Add a secret version.
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Netflix has category codes you can add at the end of a special URL and browse through all the titles in that category. Simply choose a category, copy the code and add it to the end of this URL: www.netflix.com/browse/genre/.
Some SDK commands require you to have an interaction with the Cortex XSOAR server. Examples of such interactionsinclude uploading and downloading entities to or from XSOAR and running commands in XSOAR's CLI.
Use this command to find secrets such as emails and IP addresses in your files.Cortex XSOAR is an open source product, its code can be found on a public repository on GitHub and thus is very visible.You have a responsibility to identify and eliminate any secrets before they get to our repository or even to our pull requests.
At times there is information that might be flagged incorrectly by the command as a secret. Or it may be \"secret\" but we wish to share it publicly (for example the support email address).To ignore a specific secret, enter it to the packs's .secrets-ignore file.For example:
Use this command to format an XSOAR entity in accordance with Cortex XSOAR standards.In some cases, when a file is downloaded from the XSOAR server, it might contain additional fields that arenot required when entering the entity to the content repository. The format command will remove the unnecessary fields and make any fixes needed to the existing fields.
Use this command to download entities from a Cortex XSOAR server to your local repository. Be sure to set up the DEMISTO_BASE_URLand the DEMISTO_API_KEY prior to running this command in order to establish a connection between demisto-sdk and the XSOAR server.
The platform secret screen gives you information about your Roku device. This includes the device temperature, CPU speed, and IP address. From this hidden menu, you can also access other menus, such as the System Operations menu and the RF remote menu.
Android is a highly customizable and developer-friendly OS. To facilitate system diagnosis and testing, it supports a range of hidden codes. While many of these codes work on all devices, some Android skins like One UI, Color OS, Oxygen OS, MIUI, FunTouch OS, etc. have their own set of secret codes. In this article, I will list all Samsung secret codes that work on the older TouchWiz Nature and Grace UX and the latest One UI. Using these codes, you can enter Samsung engineering mode, test the network, diagnose the hardware, and get key information about your Samsung phone to Galaxy Tab.
Whether you own a Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S20, S21. S22, S23, Note 9, Note 10, Note 20, Galaxy A, J, or M series phone or a Galaxy Tab, the secret codes given below should work on all devices. However, you must keep in mind that the Samsung codes differ from device to device. Also, the code that works on one software version might not work on the other.
On most of the older Galaxy devices running TouchWiz, you can even use Samsung secret codes to unlock your SIM. I remember unlocking my AT&T Galaxy S5 using a secret hack. However, as soon as Samsung comes to know about such hacks, they take no time to path them with a new software update.
If you own a Samsung phone that was released after 2017, you can try the following secret codes on your device. Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, S10, S20, S21, S22, S23, Galaxy Note 9, Note 10, Note 20, Galaxy A and M series, Galaxy Tab S series, etc. come into this category. Using the secret code, serial number, and IMEI, you can even check the manufacturing and activation date of your Samsung device.
In case you have an older Samsung phone or tablet such as Galaxy S4, S5, S6, S7, Note 4, Note 5, Note 6, Note 7, Galaxy J and C series, etc. and it runs on TouchWiz or Android 6.0 or below, you should try the codes described below.
This is a discovery activity which allows you to discover resources that were not meant to be publicly accessible (e.g. /backups, /index.php.old, /archive.tgz, /source_code.zip etc.).Since \"security by obscurity\" is not a good practice, you can often find sensitive information in the hidden locations the URL Fuzzer identifies.
1.First, make sure you give permanent root access to the app.2.Change the secret code to your preferred choice. The default password is : 12343.To reset your screen lock, send the following message from another phone:
Hidden blocks are blocks that exist in Scratch, but are not shown in the Block Palette in the Scratch User Interface. They can be inserted into Scratch projects by editing the project file. Sometimes, they can be generated by using Unicode Symbols. Many of these hacked blocks do not work properly, but some still work.
Hidden blocks can be added by downloading a project, changing the file extension from .sb3 to .zip (Scratch project files are actually zipped folders, but if the file extension is left the same most file managers will not have an option to extract the files), and extracting the folder. This will result in a folder containing .svg and .wav files for the costumes and sounds, respectively; it will also contain a file named project.json. Open this in a text editor like Notepad; the file format is described in Scratch File Format.
To find hidden blocks, go to -vm/tree/develop/src/blocks and click on one of the categories; there will be a function called getPrimitives. This returns an object with the opcodes for each block and the functions each one calls. If you make a block with one of these opcodes in the .json file, it should appear when you zip all the files (not the folder they are contained in; only zip the files) and change the file extension to .sb3 (in Windows' File Explorer, files are shown without a file extension by default, so you may have to enable file extensions on the View tab), and loading it in Scratch. It is also possible to load the .zip file without renaming it by choosing \"All files\" in the file type menu when loading the project. 59ce067264