Fred

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  • Fred 已評論,

    The gold-standard for supporting lost/broken is to register multiple WebAuthN devices with the same account - and any one key is sufficient; few sites support this, and it's honestly pretty inconve...

  • Fred 已評論,

    I don’t think so - though you could use a hot key action on the stream deck to push to talk. If you don’t want to use a normal key, you could assign it to F17 and add that in discord settings

  • Fred 已評論,

    StreamDeck now has a public API - I made a mute/deafen plugin: https://github.com/fredemmott/StreamDeck-Discord

  • Fred 已建立貼文,

    allow apps without ‘identify’ role

    I have an app (toggle mute/deafen via a StreamDeck) that only needs ‘RPC’ for setting/getting voice status. AUTHORIZE only prompts for this, but AUTHENTICATE then triggers another prompt for the id...

  • Fred 已評論,

    Google's approach to this problem is to use local sockets to deliver the code without a client_secret, effectively option (1): https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/OAuth2InstalledApp#cr...

  • Fred 已評論,

    Not true. https://www.howtogeek.com/192173/how-and-why-to-change-your-mac-address-on-windows-linux-and-mac/ Also, it would be pointless anyway, as someone malicious could trivially edit their disc...

  • Fred 已評論,

    So, there's a specification for this, that Discord isn't following: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc8252This basically recommends:- not trusting client secrets (8.5 and 8.6) - not requiring client s...

  • Fred 已評論,

    Ultimately, once you have local apps like phone/windows/Mac apps, it is impossible to securely answer “what application is calling my API?” without TPM-based approaches that are not at all practica...

  • Fred 已評論,

    > One cannot obtain others token without trying to scam the user This is simply not true for local apps (as opposed to web apps), which are all that is relevant for the named pipe/Unix socket RPC...

  • Fred 已評論,

    Suggestion (2) would help here (as long as the software doesn't decide to just directly manipulate the Discord app, which it can easily do, as, it's desktop software) (1) wouldn't help, but it also...