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I remember the time when my friends were betting on sports in the stadium during the match. Yes, now there are many bookmakers that work online, but unfortunately, there are also a lot of scammers. I advise you not to use sites with a bad reputation and those that don’t work legally. Also here https://superbetting.com/payment/paysafe/ you will find a lot of useful information on how to increase your cybersecurity when entering personal data online and how to check the reliability of a bookmaker’s site on the Internet.

Is it ok and safe to import master public key from electrum wallet into bluewallet to be a watch-only wallet?

I want to use my iPhone (Blue wallet) to be the watch-only wallet for my offline wallet generated on electrum. So that I can generate unsigned transaction on the bluewallet and send it back to my offline wallet to be signed on electrum. And then send the signed transaction back to bluewallet to be broadcasted.

Is it safe to do so? Is there any better way to do it so I don’t have to send the unsigned and signed transaction back and forth?

blockchain – Is it safe to stake Ethereum 2?

Ethereum staking is described on Coinbase as having no liquidity currently,

During the initial launch, you will temporarily be unable to trade, send, or sell the amount you have staked.

They go on to say,

Staking can be rewarding, but it also comes with the risk of loss of funds if the validator duties are not met. However, Coinbase will cover these risks (at no extra costs) so more customers have access to staking and the opportunity to earn rewards.

My question is more about what happens if proof-of-stake is found to be insecure, or the coin not-viable. What happens in this event if coins are “staked” on Ethereum 2?

search engine indexing – Is it safe to run 2 website in parrallel on different domains for the same company?

A few months ago, we started a new version of our website. We also changed our domain name to be more in context with our company.

The website was updated during last weekend and the old version was shutdown. Unfortunately we found out that no redirections had been made whatsoever. So we were completely invisible to the internet. All links pointing to us was showing a DNS error in the client browser. Speaking with the company that was handling the situation, they decided to bring back the old website online.

The new domain that we are using had been penalized by google 7 years ago because someone bought fake traffic leading to it.

The company is now advising us to run both website and buy ads for both for a certain amount of time. According to them, this should help us spot if the new domain is still penalized. Although the new domain is already indexed on Google and shows up as a 3rd result for our keywords. I find it hard to believe that it is still penalized.

I’m looking for second toughts as to know if what is being suggested to us is safe and good practice, if not, should we just move the website with all the redirections or does anyone have other recommendations?

Thank you.

development – Make SetIsOriginAllowed Safe for SharePoint WebAPI?

I’m working on a test WebAPI for SharePoint that is secured with Azure AD via bearer tokens. At first, I manually specified every allowed origin with a statement like this inside ConfigureServices of Startup.cs:

services.AddCors(options =>
    {
        // https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/security/cors?view=aspnetcore-5.0
        // https://www.yogihosting.com/aspnet-core-enable-cors/
        options.AddPolicy(
            "SharePointOnline",
            builder =>
            {
                builder.WithOrigins(
                    "https://myExampleTenantName-3a3324d2e332a3.sharepoint.com",
                    "https://myExampleTenantName-3a3324d2e332a4.sharepoint.com",
                    "https://myExampleTenantName-3a3324d2e332a5.sharepoint.com",
                ).AllowAnyHeader().AllowAnyMethod().AllowCredentials();
            }
        );
    }
);

Unfortunately, this got to be annoying pretty quick. Every time I would install a SharePoint Add-in, my Add-in would get a new AppHash similar to the “3a3324d2e332a3”, “3a3324d2e332a4” and “3a3324d2e332a5” shown above. I would then have to go into the WebAPI and add an origin entry for the newly deployed Add-in. I thought about reading the origins from a config file or database, but then I stumbled across a wildcard method by Granger (and others) over in SO https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8197812/how-do-i-configure-notepad-to-use-spaces-instead-of-tabs

So then I tried this, but I’m wondering if it’s “safe”:

services.AddCors(options =>
{
    // Granger: 
    // https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36877652/
    //    configure-cors-to-allow-all-subdomains-using-asp-net-core-asp-net-5-mvc6-vnex
    // https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/security/cors?view=aspnetcore-5.0
    // https://www.yogihosting.com/aspnet-core-enable-cors/
    options.AddPolicy(
        "SharePointOnline",
        builder =>
        {
            builder.SetIsOriginAllowed(
                o => Regex.IsMatch(
                    o, 
                    "https://myExampleTenantName.*\.sharepoint\.com"
                )
            ).AllowAnyHeader()
            .AllowAnyMethod()
            .AllowCredentials();
        }
    );
}

While the RexEx “https://myExampleTenantName.*.sharepoint.com” will match all of my Add-ins regardless of AppHash, I’m afraid someone can go into SharePoint and create a tenant named myExampleTenantNameEvil and fool my RegEx into allowing requests from their “Evil” origin.

I’m thinking that I can tighten my RegEx by using something like https://myExampleTenantName-(a-f0-9).*.sharepoint.com , but I’m still concerned even that might not be “safe”.

To make matters worse, I thought I’ve read in various places such as StackOverflow that you can’t rely on Same-Origin policy to protect against Cross-Site Request Forgery XSRF/CSRF attacks anyway…

Is there a RegEx or some C# I can use inside the SetIsOriginAllowed function to only allow origins from SharePoint Add-ins running on tenant myExampleTenantName?

NOTE: I know this question is very focused on the WebAPI aspect of the application chain, but the problem stems from that fact that SharePoint insists on appending that irritating AppHash to my tenant name to form the FQDN for installed Add-ins.

htaccess – Safe way to block unwanted bots without potential impact on good ones

Currently, I have blocked several bots in htaccess (apache 2.4) like this. (Have used imaginary bot names in the below example.)

SetEnvIfNoCase User-Agent .*abcbot.* bad_bot
SetEnvIfNoCase User-Agent .*xyzbot.* bad_bot
,, ,, ,,

<RequireAll>
     Require all granted
     Require not env bad_bot
</RequireAll>

As you can see, I am checking for user agents each containing a certain string at any position (start|end|middle). But will such an approach unintentionally block good ones as well? For example, say in the future a search engine like Google decides to include one of my blocked strings in some random part of the user-agent, it may hurt my website prospects. Is there some kind of regulatory authority that will oversee and prevent overlap of strings among different user agents? Or will you recommend to include the full or at least more specific strings for user agents?emphasized text

email – Clear all from Safe Senders list on msn.com

My elderly father uses outlook via msn.com.

He has a safe senders list in his settings. It appears to me that over time that list has become corrupted by spammers and scammers. I want to delete them all. I see how I can add or delete one, but there are hundreds. How can I clear it all?

magento2 – Magento 2 – Is it safe to remove the DEFINER=.. statement from sqldump?

I have a web server that serves Magento2 and a MySQL Server that hosts the database and both of these servers are in a single ubuntu instance.

I would like to move the MySQL server to a separate RDS MySQL instance, so I have dumped the database with mysqldump as root user and while uploading it to RDS MySQL instance I get:

"ERROR 1227 (42000) at line 2873: Access denied; you need (at least one of) the SUPER privilege(s) for this operation"

I have checked for the solution and removed DEFINER with sed 's/sDEFINER=(^)*@(^)*//g' -i dumpedfile.sql and after removing DEFINER the upload worked without any error.

My question is, what exactly definer is, is it safe to remove it from the dumped file of a Magento 2 database?