Assetbundle loading show No data received in response at Unity 2019.2.9

Recently I have converted my Unity 2019.1.0 project into Unity 2019.2.9 and it is a WebGL project. In the project I am using the asset package and here is the snippet to load the package:

 IEnumerator DependancyAssetBundleLoader()
    {

        www = UnityWebRequestAssetBundle.GetAssetBundle(bundleURLForDependency);
       // www.chunkedTransfer = false;

        yield return www.SendWebRequest();
        AssetBundle bundleDependancy = ((DownloadHandlerAssetBundle)www.downloadHandler).assetBundle;

        if (www.error != null)
        {

            //Debug.LogError("assetBundleURL : " + bundleURLForDependency);
            Debug.LogError("response code : " + www.responseCode);

            Debug.LogError("www error : " + www.error);
            www.Dispose();
            www = null;
            yield break;

        }
    }

I don't know what went wrong with the asset package load and now I receive this error:

He did not receive data in response

I registered the response code and it is 0.

networks – Postfix of work without changes continued to receive mail, but when sending I received & # 39; mail for loops back to myself & # 39;

I received this classic error message for which I found dozens of preexisting questions and answers scattered here and across the Internet. However, they were not my situation.

In each of those I read, they were about getting a new configuration to work and that is what distinguishes it. In my case, everything was working fine, I received the usual daily spam and I thought everything was fine, but then an email list (mailman) that I administer in the same box suddenly had a complete list of "bounce failure eliminations ". and I received notifications of that.

That alerted me to the problem, I looked at the records, found the previous error and was deeply perplexed; no cookie (black hat hacker) disable email sending, I wouldn't think, and I didn't alter the configuration, so, What do we have here, rot? I tried to ping the domains listed, which rang. Hmmm …

The network topology includes two dedicated gateways (NOT devices, but real Linux installations), a couple of web servers and some internal servers. The mail server is on an internal network and receives incoming email from one port forward through any of the two gateways (multiple MX records), something quite standard.

The .sql file of the WordPress database (backup) received a Trojan category malware treatment. ESET Internet Security says when I try to download the file. What to do?

It is not uncommon for malicious JS to be injected and stored in a database. If it is a backup copy of your site's database, it may contain items that have been identified as malicious. It seems that this is the case based on what you have found in the SQL file.

I would find another accredited scanner that runs on the server and see what it finds, then remove the suspicious scripts from the database. Your hosting provider can install or recommend a decent one. Other services are available too.

In this case, it is important to distinguish between running antivirus software on your desktop / browser and running it on the web server. Although desktop / browser antivirus will be useful to alert you to a problem, you cannot do anything to solve it. That must be done on the server.

Cleaning up malicious scripts would mean removing them from the live SQL database and not just from the SQL file. The static file is a live and essentially inert database backup. The malicious script must be removed from the actual database for the cleanup to serve.

Make sure all add-ons, extensions, etc. are up to date Cleaning the injected scripts is quite easy, but preventing them from coming back is the main concern. Otherwise, they will return at this time tomorrow. Most likely, the malicious script is injected into the content of pages / elements using an exploit in an existing module instead of an incorrect code, so the need to have the most updated extensions / add-ons / modules is more important.

Lightning Network: why do we need revocation on both HTLC outputs offered / received and HTLC outputs on timeout / success?

HTLCs have a different timeout (cltv_expiry) that the usual waiting time we use for penalty transactions (to_self_delay) That is why we use a separate transaction stage (HTLC success / HTLC timeout) to allow our counterparty enough time to exercise their right to obtain the full balance of the channel in case we transmit the status previous of the channel.

For more details, when your counterpart tells you to add an HTLC, your commitment transaction version will have 3 outputs:

  1. Pay your counterpart immediately
  2. Pay yourself, protected by the revocation key to to_self_delay hour
  3. HTLC output received as below
    # To remote node with revocation key
    OP_DUP OP_HASH160  OP_EQUAL
    OP_IF
        OP_CHECKSIG
    OP_ELSE
         OP_SWAP OP_SIZE 32 OP_EQUAL
        OP_IF
            # To local node via HTLC-success transaction.
            OP_HASH160  OP_EQUALVERIFY
            2 OP_SWAP  2 OP_CHECKMULTISIG
        OP_ELSE
            # To remote node after timeout.
            OP_DROP  OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY OP_DROP
            OP_CHECKSIG
        OP_ENDIF
    OP_ENDIF
    

When you provide the HTLC preview image to your counterpart, the transaction is resolved. However, even after a successful resolution of the HTLC with its counterpart, let us say that you decide to deceive them by forcing the closure of the previous status of the commitment transaction that contains the HTLC. As soon as you publish this commitment transaction, you will publish the HTLC success transaction that consumes the OP_IF part within OP_ELSE. Since the HTLC success transaction is consuming an output that is not blocked by time, it is not providing enough time for its counterparty to use their right to the revocation key found on the received HTLC output. That is the reason why there is a second stage, where your expense of the HTLC output offered to you is blocked until to_self_delay which allows your counterpart to use the revocation secret.

Now you may wonder why revocation exists in the commitment transaction received HTLC output if it is provided in HTLC success / timeout transactions. Let's take the previous case to explain it. He added the HTLC, but before receiving the previous payment image, his counterpart asks him to add another HTLC. It revokes the previous commitment transaction (the one mentioned) and signs a new one with 4 exits (since it includes 2 HTLCs received). Now he decides to publish the previous commitment transaction that contained 3 exits. Since you don't have the pre-paid image yet, you cannot publish the HTLC success transaction. If the revocation did not exist in the commitment transaction, it is possible that your counterparty cannot recover your funds until cltv_expiry It can extend to hundreds of blocks (a couple of days) if there are several jumps.

The revocation part is designed so that your counterpart never suffers due to the actions you decide to take to deceive them. The presence of revocation in the engagement transaction and the successful transaction HTLC / HTLC timeout help protect Lightning Network participants from fraud committed by their peers.

Photoshop elements: restore an edited photo received from dif. phone

You can't & # 39; reverse an edition & # 39; Without the original image and the editing path to revert.

In general terms –

You can put a smiley face on someone's face, but you cannot restore the original face without the original photo.

You can selectively remove objects from photos with smart enough software, but no software is smart enough to be able to replace it.

You can remove one background and replace it with another, but again, no software is smart enough to be able to replace the original background.

How can I paste a contact received through WhatsApp to Outlook for Android on my mobile?

I have Office 365
I use Outlook on my Android phone.
When I receive a contact file through WhatsApp, I copy it. No problem.
Then I try to paste it in Outlook for Android. I can not
Is there any way to do this?

Hostgator: Last month I received a large number of rejected emails accusing me of "spam"

I switched to Hostgator this spring (see my previous post at https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1764224) and it has been much better for my home based business, than my previous host here in the city .

But we discussed this before, about your offers, when we interact with the Support. (I don't care, but Hostgator has been an improvement, so …)

Anyway, suddenly last month, I received many rejected emails and called them "spam." I don't spam, I've never done it. I am a process server and I send an email to my clients with attachments and photos of the people I serve, I have always done it. So I receive many rejected publications, from clients filtered by Spamcop, and today, MSN.

So, I contact Hostgator Support again and say I need to stop them. It is interfering with my business exchanges with clients and it is hurting me.

The response of the Support person is that they will verify it, of course, but my email is done through their Control Panel, which does not go through the commercial gateways, and should really add ($ 6 per month) G Google Suite, which will send emails from my company through Google's gateways and will not reject them as "spam."

Now, is this your hype or is it true?

I guess once I'm on the hook for the $ 6, they'll try to sell me a little more.

I told the agent that (really) I am 71 years old, and I am just trying to make ends meet (so as not to have to live in a wooden cabin and eat dog food, in "Social Security"). They responded well, but think about it.

Then I am thinking.

Are these sudden bounces of "spam" being created by them, to sell me more?

It took me a tremendous amount of time and effort to transfer my site to them, and I will be upset if I have to move everything again, but …

How would they catch a criminal if they killed someone and then received hand transplants to change their fingerprints?

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