These are my links for 6 mag 2014 through 15 mag 2014:
- Send ePub to Kindle – What is my Send-to-Kindle email address? Your Send-to-Kindle email address is a unique email address assigned to your Kindle device or reading app when it is registered. Each Kindle device or reading app has its own email address. These email addresses will always end with “@kindle.com”, and supported files sent to them will automatically appear in your Kindle library.
- redsocks – transparent socks redirector – This tool allows you to redirect any TCP connection to SOCKS or HTTPS proxy using your firewall, so redirection is system-wide. Why is that useful? I can suggest following reasons: you use tor and don't want any TCP connection to leak you use DVB ISP and this ISP provides internet connectivity with some special daemon that may be also called "Internet accelerator" and this accelerator acts as proxy. Globax is example of such an accelerator Linux/iptables, OpenBSD/pf and FreeBSD/ipfw are supported. Linux/iptables is well-tested, other implementations may have bugs, your bugreports are welcome.
- Unbound – Unbound is a validating, recursive, and caching DNS resolver. The C implementation of Unbound is developed and maintained by NLnet Labs. It is based on ideas and algorithms taken from a java prototype developed by Verisign labs, Nominet, Kirei and ep.net. Unbound is designed as a set of modular components, so that also DNSSEC (secure DNS) validation and stub-resolvers (that do not run as a server, but are linked into an application) are easily possible. The source code is under a BSD License.
These are my links for 25 mar 2014 through 28 mar 2014:
- blblack/gdnsd – gdnsd is an Authoritative-only DNS server. The initial g stands for Geographic, as gdnsd offers a plugin system for geographic (or other sorts of) balancing, redirection, and service-state-conscious failover. The plugin system can also do things like weighted address/cname records. If you don't care about these features you can ignore them :).
- How to Create and Apply Patches in GIT using diff and apply Command – Creating a patch in GIT is a great way to share changes that you are not yet ready to push to a public branch of a project.
- Your own Dynamic DNS in 3 steps | The Nexus – This is a "niche" post: it will really only appeal to you if you have access to your own — or a friend's — name servers and want to use your own domain to track your dynamic IP addresses, such as your home router's. You will still have to buy your own domain, cheap if you go to internet.bs or namecheap.com. I hear that the latter even provide their own dynamic DNS service although I cannot tell you anything about its quality/flexibility. So, why this post? It's for you, my friends, budding entrepreneurs who wish to bootstrap your business and know that every cent counts. Maybe you feel that you could host your product's web site on a home computer. Maybe you need more control over what happens on that server. Or maybe you want to be able to log on to your development machine from anywhere in the world. Whatever your reasons, you're still here. So let's get started.
- Apache – Prefork or Worker | Code Bucket – Apache is the most common and famous webserver. Everyone knows about apache and most of us also have hands on experience with apache. But few of us know that apcahe2 comes with 2 multi processing modules(MPMs): 1. Prefork 2. Worker
- Ottimizzazione di Apache, dall’analisi ai parametri – […] I recenti sviluppi nel campo della virtualizzazione hanno accelerato la moltiplicazione di ambienti virtuali vps a basso costo, molto convenienti ma a volte carenti dal punto di vista delle risorse di sistema. Molto spesso questi ambienti vengono utilizzati a scopo di testing o come ambienti di produzione all'interno dei quali viene implementato l'utilizzo di un web server. Apache, come ben sappiamo ,e uno dei web server piu diffusi e nella maggioranza dei casi rappresenta la scelta di default su un grandissimo numero di installazioni […]
These are my links for 16 mag 2011 through 17 mag 2011:
- Simple Management for BIND | Download Simple Management for BIND software for free at SourceForge.net – Smbind is a PHP-based tool for managing DNS zones for BIND via the web. Supports per-user administration of zones, error checking, and a PEAR DB database backend. Demo and screenshots available.
- SOSFTP | Download SOSFTP software for free at SourceForge.net – SOSFTP is a file transfer solution for FTP/ FTPS/ SFTP. It implements a configurable command line client for batch processing with error handling and logging capabilities and maintains a transfer history.<br />
(Open Source solution for Managed File Transfer)
- mitmproxy – home – mitmproxy is an SSL-capable, intercepting HTTP proxy. It provides a console interface that allows traffic flows to be inspected and edited on the fly.<br />
mitmdump is the command-line version of mitmproxy, with the same functionality but without the frills. Think tcpdump for HTTP.<br />
Intercept and modify HTTP traffic on the fly<br />
Save HTTP conversations for later replay and analysis<br />
Replay both HTTP clients and servers<br />
Make scripted changes to HTTP traffic using Python<br />
SSL interception certs generated on the fly
These are my links for 6 ott 2010 from 16:37 to 17:55:
- ntbackup.info – ntbackup resources – […] This site was set up to help system administrators, users of ntbackup and users of the popular ntbackup scheduling program BackupAssist.<br />
It's the only site with:<br />
a comprehensive listing of Microsoft's knowledge base articles on ntbackup, sorted chronologically<br />
a simple and effective search tool that will return results from Microsoft's knowledge base on ntbackup related articles […]
- fsvs.tigris.org – FSVS is the abbreviation for “Fast System VerSioning”, and is pronounced [fisvis].<br />
It is a complete backup/restore/versioning tool for all files in a directory tree or whole filesystems, with a subversionTM repository as the backend. <br />
You may think of it as some kind of tar or rsync with versioned storage.
- DNS e Postfix: come non generare "spam" | Kreations Collective – […]Ho recentemente configurato alcuni server per l’invio di email. Parte del lavoro ha riguardato la corretta configurazione di Postfix e del server DNS per evitare che le email inviate venissero rilevate come spam.[…]<br />
La configurazione ha riguardato tre punti principali:<br />
Impostazione del record A e del reverse address<br />
Impostazione di SPF<br />
Configurazione di DKIM e DomainKeys<br />