I'm learning strength on cryptozombies, and while learning about structures,
I've come across the fact that if I do not declare "String" and "uint" in this very specific order, this gives an error.
I use a SCADA system (for example, a system platform -Wonderware) on a DELL M7530 laptop with Windows 10. The series of laptops series switches from the i7-8750H to the i7-8850H . If I run the software on the laptop with the new processor, what changes can I expect? The new processor has increased the base frequency of the processor and the max frequency turbo. Intel TSX-NI and Vpro technologies are enabled.
My application uses a database connection to extract data from it.
I've recently learned that it is possible to make false data responses if someone has the server's host name + wirehark.
Apparently, you are connecting to your network card and you can get the answer as if it came from your network card rather than from the main server.
Is there a way to ensure that the end user is not able to support ID borrowing?
I will add that I use C # and Winforms.