Legal – How does the FBI seize websites if they can't use the law?

After doing some research on the websites that have been removed like Silk Road I have been very curious about the procedure that the FBI It does to tear down an internet website.

How they did it if the website is hosted in another country for example? Do they contact the hosting company and blackmail them? Does the FBI "hack" websites that they can't take advantage of?

My question applies to both of them Dark Web and Clear Web websites. I understand that it is much easier for a government entity to use the law for its purposes, but that is not always possible …

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magento2 – Magento 2 – Password Inputs in the Admin Panel Can't be Edited

I am using Magento 2.3.4 with the Solwin FreeGo theme and all of my password inputs in the admin panel look like the below image. Even if I force them to a specific height, I still can't access the field to change the data.

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I thought it might've been an extension but I disabled all of them that could potentially cause this to happen then cleaned the cache. Do not change. I did find that a particular CSS rule that explicitly declares 'inherit' for the font does allow it to render out properly but I shouldn't have to use the element inspector for this.

List of enabled modules:
MSP_ReCaptcha
AuthorizeNet_Core
AuthorizeNet_Centinel
AuthorizeNet_CreditCard
AuthorizeNet_ECheck
AuthorizeNet_PayPalExpress
AuthorizeNet_VisaCheckout
AuthorizeNet_Webhooks
BitExpert_ForceCustomerLogin
MSP_TwoFactorAuth
Custom_RestrictEmails
Solwin_Breadcrumbs
Solwin_Core
Solwin_Cpanel
Solwin_ScrolltoTop
Solwin_Soldout
Taxjar_SalesTax

List of disabled modules:
Amazon_Core
Amazon_Login
Amazon_Payment
Dotdigitalgroup_Email
Dotdigitalgroup_Chat
Klarna_Core
Klarna_Ordermanagement
Klarna_Kp
Temando_Shipping
Vertex_Tax
Vertex_AddressValidation
Yotpo_Yotpo

Those are the non-Magento modules I have installed and disabled.

What would cause the password fields to behave this way? It isn't one browser either. I tried Firefox and Chrome, and both resulted in the same thing.

I can't add a reference to my project

I have to connect a project in C # to MySql. When I try to add the MySql.Data.dll reference it gives me the following error:

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What should I do if I can't call someone (who has an iPhone) using my MacBook Air?

My iPhone and laptop are in sync with each other and all other contacts seem to have the FaceTime audio and video icons except for just one specific person whom I can use FaceTime using my iPhone and not my Mac.

Are the cons self-centered, rude and selfish people who can't understand other points of view unless they've been through the same thing?

Who cannot understand other points of view unless they have been through the same thing?

That actually targets the vast majority of the population and does not recognize political sides. Oh, people say yes, they claim to feel pain or understand. It's just talking about most of them, they have no idea. That is also not a left or right thing. The fact that you think it is points more to your own lack of understanding than to anything else.

usb: can't connect android phone to pc, i have tried EVERYTHING

I own a Samsung Galaxy S3 mini, yes, I know, an old phone and I can't connect it to any PC, and the phone won't show USB options anywhere.

I tried:

4 different Windows PCs, Windows 7, 8 and 10

Install around 3 different Samsung Kies

Uninstall Samsung Kies

Updating USB Drivers

MTP Driver Update

ADB Driver Update

Factory reseting my phone

Probably 5 different USB cables

Enable USB debugging

Well I hope someone can help …

Why can't I get a depth of field (DOF) effect?

I think the key difference here is the distance from the subject. Depth of field is a function of aperture, subject distance, and focal length. The closer you are to your subject, the thinner your depth of field will be. With that said, a longer focal length is also a way to get the effect you're looking for.

If you have a choice, using a wider lens with a large aperture very close to your subjects will produce a very fine and very fine DoF and produce a dreamy, creamy background blur. However, if you don't have the option to get too close, a longer focal length will also produce that dreamy bokeh.

You mentioned that you were using a 35mm f / 1.8 main lens for your daughter's shot. Try using a 50mm f / 1.8, or even an 85mm f / 1.8. Each will successively narrow its field of view, but in doing so it will also "compress" the background. That is, make it appear that you are closer to the main subject and also increase the amount of blur visible in it. You will need to shoot at the same distance as 35mm, however doing so will reduce the range of the scene. At 50mm, you can only capture the blue part of the ladder and exclude that fantastically giant "rubber duck". At 85mm, you would probably narrow the scene down to just your daughter, and maybe a little bit of the ladder.

Obviously, you can also lower your DoF by zooming in at 35mm and keeping the aperture open. You might not get as much blur, however you would keep more of the background in the scene.

client: How much bitcoin core software can be written to the miner's end and how much of the code can't he touch? Where does Bitcoin draw the line?

I have read bitcoin content everywhere on the internet and no one has yet demystified the fact that different core versions of bitcoin work simultaneously. I know how soft forks work and how they are backward compatible and don't break the consensus. But no one came up with an explanation of how much bitcoin software can be custom-written or not custom-written.

Please explain in terms of powerful solo miners and pool miners.

Why can't Safari 13.1 (Catalina) represent specific Unicode characters?

Since I updated to MacOS Catalina (10.15.4) I realized that Safari (13.1) can no longer render my lovely black truck. If I inspect this item in the developer console or copy the character into the address bar, everything is showing perfectly fine, but in web view, only the white square is showing. The same problem exists in 2 other Catalina machines, but not in the 10.14 and 10.13 Safaris.

Any known bug / problem about this phenomenon?

postgresql: can't selectively merge with this data, when it used to work before

I am trying to debug a really strange problem.

One of the parts of my database that used to work correctly suddenly stopped working. I have reduced the problem to this:

First of all: those are my databases

users: id(int), email(var).....
calendar : id(int) , user_id(int)(fk->users(id))
calendar_field : id(int), text(text), rating(int), calendar_id(int)(fk-> calendar(id)), week_number(int)

This is your creation script:

USERS

    -- Table: public.users

-- DROP TABLE public.users;

CREATE TABLE public.users
(
    id integer NOT NULL GENERATED BY DEFAULT AS IDENTITY ( INCREMENT 1 START 1 MINVALUE 1 MAXVALUE 2147483647 CACHE 1 ),
    email character varying(254) COLLATE pg_catalog."default" NOT NULL,
    password character varying(60) COLLATE pg_catalog."default" NOT NULL,
    refreshtoken character varying COLLATE pg_catalog."default",
    birth_date date,
    first_name character varying COLLATE pg_catalog."default",
    second_name character varying COLLATE pg_catalog."default",
    years_to_live integer,
    register_date date,
    death_date date,
    weeks_to_live integer,
    CONSTRAINT users_pkey PRIMARY KEY (id),
    CONSTRAINT users_email_unique UNIQUE (email)
)

TABLESPACE pg_default;

ALTER TABLE public.users
    OWNER to postgres;

CALENDAR:

        -- Table: public.calendar

-- DROP TABLE public.calendar;

CREATE TABLE public.calendar
(
    id integer NOT NULL GENERATED BY DEFAULT AS IDENTITY ( INCREMENT 1 START 1 MINVALUE 1 MAXVALUE 2147483647 CACHE 1 ),
    user_id integer,
    CONSTRAINT calendar_pkey PRIMARY KEY (id),
    CONSTRAINT "userId" FOREIGN KEY (user_id)
        REFERENCES public.users (id) MATCH SIMPLE
        ON UPDATE CASCADE
        ON DELETE CASCADE
)

TABLESPACE pg_default;

ALTER TABLE public.calendar
    OWNER to postgres;

CALENDAR_FIELD

 -- Table: public.calendar_field

-- DROP TABLE public.calendar_field;

    CREATE TABLE public.calendar_field
    (
        id integer NOT NULL GENERATED BY DEFAULT AS IDENTITY ( INCREMENT 1 START 1 MINVALUE 1 MAXVALUE 2147483647 CACHE 1 ),
        text text COLLATE pg_catalog."default",
        rating integer,
        calendar_id integer NOT NULL,
        week_number integer,
        CONSTRAINT "CalendarField_pkey" PRIMARY KEY (id),
        CONSTRAINT "calendarField_calendar_id_fk_calendar_id" FOREIGN KEY (calendar_id)
            REFERENCES public.calendar (id) MATCH SIMPLE
            ON UPDATE CASCADE
            ON DELETE CASCADE
    )

    TABLESPACE pg_default;

    ALTER TABLE public.calendar_field
        OWNER to postgres;

What is the problem there? My program generates the following data in the database:

users:

- id: 58
- email: email1@email.com
- password: password
- refreshtoken: hash....
- birth_date: 2008-08-08
- first_name: first
- second_name: second
- years_to_live: 100
- register_date: 2020-05-12
- death_date: 2097-12-08
- weeks_to_live 5218

calendar:

- id: 64
- user_id: 58

calendar_field

-id: 462640
-text: notext
-rating: 0
-calendar_id: 64
-week_number: 1

And when I try to do this I select

SELECT * from calendar_field cf join calendar c on (c.user_id = cf.calendar_id) where week_number='1' and user_id='58';

It doesn't return rows, when I remember perfectly how it used to return some rows

It is not the curious fact, it is that when I insert the data manually, filling each field 1 by 1 with pgadmin, for example with this:

users:

- id: 58
- email: email2@email.com
- password: password
- refreshtoken: token
- birth_date: null
- first_name: null
- second_name: null
- years_to_live: null
- register_date: null
- death_date: null
- weeks_to_live null

calendar:

- id: 65
- user_id: 77

calendar_field

-id: 3000
-text: sd
-rating: 0
-calendar_id: 65
-week_number: 1

And then I throw it, it returns 0 rows too

SELECT * from calendar_field cf join calendar c on (c.user_id = cf.calendar_id) where week_number='1' and user_id='77';

(At the time of writing the above selection doesn't work, but sometimes after inserting the data manually it used to work)

And with both data inserted starting

SELECT * from calendar_field cf join calendar c on (c.user_id = cf.calendar_id) ; it will also return 0 rows. What's going on?