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I never use CodeLens, it takes up a lot of screen space.
All the information that's there, like how often a function is referenced, when the code was last changed and by whom, can be found using shortcuts if you really need that information.
I even remember that I once saw a function being referenced 0 times, according to CodeLens, because it was an interface implementation and wasn't referenced directly
Yes, but in order to inject honeytokens all over the internet we would need to boot up the honeymonkey network. I'm not sure what would happen if that much honey was added to the internet. All the hackers could get stuck, lost and probably end up on trap street.
which will never happen - this is an ongoing game that's been played since pirating and hacking was a thing. Secure something, someone finds a way around it. Or in the worst case, something just has holes.
There will never be enough security to stop these people.
Which is why I suggested bombing them with an avalanche of counterproductive data.
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.