PAYPAL METHOD 2021

PAYPAL METHOD 2021

1. Set up email and PayPal in fullz name

2. Make a swappa.com account

3. Link PayPal to swappa don’t use accounts you made the same day let your PayPal sit for a day or two(longer then better) add a debit card then try for around 300$ if your account is new

4. Find something decent price to sell (Nintendo switch . Air pods pro laptop you get the idea make sure it’s a popular item so it sells fast) you should have some type of access to the device to take verification photos

5. You can go on letgo and other selling apps to find people posting pics that won’t be on google and sometimes those idiots leave the serial exposed.

6. With that let’s say you just have the device you can take the verification pics with the device and use some one else’s pics who has like extra controllers or games(you get the idea inflate the price cause it’s a package)
SEMrush

7. Make sure you set the price on the lower end so it looks like a steal people will comment random questions just respond and before you know it it’s sold.

8. Money goes through PayPal and is ready for instant transfer

9. Only post one item an account from what I understand you can
make two accounts and link the same PayPal if you got a strong one that’s aged.

10. Make sure to switch up where you take the photos at don’t use the same room and try to keep your hand out the photo so they don’t try to flag you before post other than that it’s easy money. Just gotta make accounts and be patient.

11. You don’t even need a drop it’s PayPal spend it on something send the money to a friend say some one owed you. Only the account that got the money from swappa will be affected after you move it it’s gone.

12. It works like this account a sent money to account b. Account a is swappa account b is your drop. When account b sends to account c. Account c is not on the hook for anything that happens if account a charges back on account b. Account b goes negative account c keeps the money account a gets a refund. The drop account b takes the full fall.( Venmo works the same way) middle man account is the term used for these accounts that take the fall.

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magento2 – Flash message method doesn’t handle HTML correct, the deprecated version of the method works as expected. Why?

I tried below code

$this->messageManager->addNoticeMessage(
   __('Hi you logged in successfully to your account. Take a look in your <a href="%1">dashboard</a>', $link)
);

This doesn’t work, it results in the browser showing the HTML as text:

Hi you logged in successfully to your account. Take a look in your <a href="%1">dashboard</a>

The below one on the other hand does work, but the method is deprecated according to the class method comments MagentoFrameworkMessageManagerInterface and it reffers to addNoticeMessage that’s why I tried that method in the first place.

$this->messageManager->addNotice(
   __('Hi you logged in successfully to your account. Take a look in your <a href="%1">dashboard</a>', $link)
);

Why is that? And how can I fix it?

magento session destroy after redirect from payment method

We are integrating 3rd party payment method.
We returning from payment channel to return url, the session destroyed.

Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advanced

Sails.JS’s publish method doesn’t work in a controller, but works in the console

Currently, I’m exploring web development to see what all the hype is about. Except for following a small ‘create your first CRUD app in Node.JS’ and some formal training in JavaScript, I have no experience.

I’m new to JavaScript, NodeJS, Sails.JS, and WebSockets.

My current problem is this:

The app I’m trying to develop receives POST calls with a JSON object. This is the input part of the application. These POST calls originate from any random host.

The output is a webpage that updates itself by listening on a Sails.JS powered WebSocket system called sails.io.js.

Basically, each POST from any host should result in an event on the WebSocket.

Since I’m not building a formal REST API, I have to define some parts myself in Sails.JS. I do have blueprints enabled.

First, in the controller that handles the POST call, I can call the code below so existing WebSockets can receive an event of a new ServiceHeartBeatSession being created. All the server side code mentioned here is located in the controller or executed in the console.

sails.sockets.addRoomMembersToRooms(ServiceHeartBeatSession._classRoom()
, ServiceHeartBeatSession._room(session.id) );

Then, the invoke method is executed to send this event to all listening WebSockets.

ServiceHeartBeatSession.publish(( session.id ), { “verb”: “created” });

However, the .publish method does not result in a event to an existing WebSocket. Unless I execute it myself in the console. The WebSocket is registered like this:

io.socket.on(‘serviceheartbeatsession’, function(resData) {
alert(‘Something changed!!!!’);
});

I did some digging into the sourcecode and made some attempts at debugging this myself. Here’s what I’ve found so far:

Running the .publish call in the console produces the desired result.
It appears that the .addRoomMembersToRooms is a requirement for the .publish to work in the console. So I’m assuming that .addRoomMembersToRooms works as intended.
I tried the alternative below, but that doesn’t work in the controller. However, it does work in the Node console.
sails.sockets.broadcast(( ServiceHeartBeatSession._room(session.id) ), “serviceheartbeatsession”, ‘hi!’);

The following works as intended, but I prefer not to use that.
sails.io.sockets.emit(‘serviceheartbeatsession’, { verb: ‘created’ });

The above attempt lacked a room selection, so I dug a little deeper. The calls below where the result of a .publish method. However, only after repeating this in the console, it worked.

var emitter = sails.io.sockets;
emitter.in(‘sails_model_serviceheartbeatsession_5b6b26748377829d34983d67:serviceheartbeatsession’); // for example
emitter.emit(‘serviceheartbeatsession’, { verb: “created” });

Check more information in the article: https://adevait.com/nodejs/building-nodejs-apis-with-sailsjs
Anyone have any ideas?

 

security – What is the electrum bitcoin wallet password encryption method?

Electrum uses two separate levels of encryption:

Your seed and private keys are encrypted using AES-256-CBC. The private keys are decrypted only briefly, when you need to sign a transaction; for this you need to enter your password. This is done in order to minimize the amount of time during which sensitive information is unencrypted in your computer’s memory.

In addition, your wallet file may be encrypted on disk. Note that the wallet information will remain unencrypted in the memory of your computer for the duration of your session. If a wallet is encrypted, then its password will be required in order to open it. Note that the password will not be kept in memory; Electrum does not need it in order to save the wallet on disk, because it uses asymmetric encryption (ECIES).

What is the electrum bitcoin wallet password encryption method?

What method does Electrum bitcoin wallet use for password encryption?

I want to check to see if the file encrypted with the password is secure. And what are the ways around to decrypt it outside the electrum.

Any plans/research for SSL-like method in telephony?

I have recently read about attacks using Caller ID spoofing technology. Criminals used it to impersonate bank or police employees and asked to install malware or transfer money to a given account. A person receiving a call could see a bank phone number. So if you had a bank number in your phone book or are using apps like Google Phone that display the name of a caller linked to a phone number in their database, you could think this is a real bank employee calling you.

When surfing online, I can verify identify of a web site thanks to SSL.

I’ve read introducing similar verification for caller ID is hard:

  • How can caller ID be faked?
  • How to protect from caller-id spoofing?

But still, I wonder if there is any promise of such technology? Or any research on that?

The one think I’ve heard about is Google Verified Calls solution for companies, so their customers can trust calls received from them. However:

  • it is present only in some countries
  • only for companies that joined that platform
  • little is known how Google verifies business phone number

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Android app java.lang.NullPointerException: Attempt to invoke virtual method ‘java.lang.String java.lang.Object.toString()’ on a null object reference

CheckOutFragment.java

public class CheckoutFragment extends Fragment {

ListView listSubCategory;
Spinner category, subCategory;
DatabaseHelper db;
protected Cursor cursor;
String() list;
String selectedFromCategory;
String() list2;

private CheckoutViewModel mViewModel;

public static CheckoutFragment newInstance() {
    return new CheckoutFragment();
}

@Override
public View onCreateView(@NonNull LayoutInflater inflater, @Nullable ViewGroup container,
                         @Nullable Bundle savedInstanceState) {
    View view = inflater.inflate(R.layout.fragment_checkout, container, false);

    category = view.findViewById(R.id.spinner1);
    subCategory = view.findViewById(R.id.spinner2);
    listSubCategory = view.findViewById(R.id.listsubcategory);
    db = new DatabaseHelper(getContext());


    SQLiteDatabase database = db.getReadableDatabase();
    cursor = database.rawQuery("SELECT * FROM category", null);
    list = new String(cursor.getCount());
    for (int i = 0; i < cursor.getCount(); i++) {
        cursor.moveToPosition(i);
        list(i) = cursor.getString(1).toString();
    }


    category.setAdapter(new ArrayAdapter<>(getContext(), android.R.layout.simple_spinner_dropdown_item, android.R.id.text1, list));

    category.setSelected(true);

    category.setOnItemSelectedListener(new AdapterView.OnItemSelectedListener() {
        @Override
        public void onItemSelected(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position, long id) {


            SQLiteDatabase read = db.getReadableDatabase();
            SQLiteDatabase readID = db.getReadableDatabase();
            SQLiteDatabase read2 = db.getReadableDatabase();

            selectedFromCategory = category.getItemAtPosition(position).toString();


            Cursor get = read.rawQuery("SELECT * FROM category WHERE category_name =  '" +
                    selectedFromCategory + "'", null);

            get.moveToFirst();
            if (get.getCount() > 0) {
                get.moveToPosition(0);
                //get id from category
                String selected = get.getString(0);
                CategoryModel categoryModel = db.getCategory(Integer.parseInt(selected));
                String selectedCategory = categoryModel.getId();
                int selectedIdCategory = Integer.parseInt(selectedCategory);
                Cursor catId = readID.rawQuery("SELECT * FROM subcategory WHERE category_id = '" +
                        selectedIdCategory + "'", null);

                Cursor cr = read2.rawQuery("SELECT * FROM subcategory", null);
                list2 = new String(cr.getCount());

                catId.moveToFirst();
                for (int i = 0; i < catId.getCount(); i++) {
                    catId.moveToPosition(i);
                    list2(i) = catId.getString(3).toString();
                }

                listSubCategory.setAdapter(new ArrayAdapter(getContext(), android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1,list2));
            }

DatabaseHelper.java

    public CategoryModel getCategory(int id) {
    SQLiteDatabase db = this.getReadableDatabase();
    Cursor cursor = db.query(TABLE_5, new String(){COL5_1, COL5_2}, COL5_1 + " = ?", new String(){String.valueOf(id)}, null, null, null);
    if (cursor != null) {
        cursor.moveToFirst();
    }
    CategoryModel categoryModel = new CategoryModel(cursor.getString(0), cursor.getString(1));
    return categoryModel;
}

I already input all data and already check all rows and columns in the database so what I’m gonna do is filtering my listview based on what I select from my spinner but the error occurred. After that, I use this code with a custom adapter and the output is showing but I input 3 items only the output shows 3 items and 4 blank items. Sorry for my messy code, still new at programming.

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