Bookmarks for 30 gen 2014 through 10 feb 2014

These are my links for 30 gen 2014 through 10 feb 2014:

  • Binpress – iOS, Android, Web and Desktop Open-Source Code Marketplace – Binpress brings together companies and developers to build an ecosystem around Open-Source code. Open-Source projects that solve real-world problems, Manually curated and professionally supported.
  • Filtering Apache logs / conditional Logging – This can be very troublesome when trying to access certain web pages. The only way to get through is to make use of conditional logging (it is not the only way to control the contents of the logs) To do this, simply define an environment variable ,according to certain criteria, then request that the server does not write the file type within log when this variable exists
  • TestSSLServer – TestSSLServer is a simple command-line tool which contacts a SSL/TLS server (name and port are given as parameters) and obtains some information from it: Supported versions (among SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2). Support of Deflate compression (TLS-level compression, not HTTP-level gzip/deflate compression, which this tool does not consider). Supported cipher suites, for each protocol version. Server certificate hash and name.
  • gif2mp4
  • lionaneesh/RasPod – A simple music server for Raspberry Pi.

Bookmarks for 24 ott 2013 through 13 nov 2013

These are my links for 24 ott 2013 through 13 nov 2013:

Bookmarks for 21 giu 2013 through 24 giu 2013

These are my links for 21 giu 2013 through 24 giu 2013:

  • Base64 Decode and Encode – Online – Have to deal with Base64 format? Then this site is made for You! Use the super simple online form below to decode or encode Your data. If You're interested about the inner workings of the Base64 format, just read the detailed description at the bottom of the page. Welcome!
  • Simple Base64 Encode & Decode on Mac OSX / Linux with OpenSSL – Drew Morris – Looking for a fast and convenient way to Base64 encode / decode a given string using your Mac or Linux machine? You can do it using the pre-installed OpenSSL package.
  • http://www.ndchost.com/wiki/mail/test-smtp-auth-telnet – Below are instructions on how to test SMTP AUTH against a mail server using Telnet and entering the commands by hand. ( base64 via openssl: http://drewsymo.com/how-to/quick-and-simple-base64-encode-on-mac-osx-terminal/ )
  • Two default routes – Linux has very advanced routing, filtering and traffic shaping options. Here is how to configure a system with two default routes.
  • Getting Started with Puppet – Hello World! | ScriptRock – As there’s a lot of interest out there in the various automation tools on offer I thought I’d do a series of blogs covering getting started on each. In particular I wanted to put them to the test regarding how simple it is to go from zero to “Hello World” *. This way I get to play the truly dumb user (not much of a stretch, I know), which is kinda fun too.

Bookmarks for 9 apr 2013 through 11 apr 2013

These are my links for 9 apr 2013 through 11 apr 2013: