These are my links for 13 lug 2011 through 18 lug 2011:
- Perl Net::FTP – Before the wide spread availability of Perl, I would script ftp transfers with .netrc, ksh scripts and other clumsy ways. None of those methods are fun, flexible or easy. On the other hand, Perl's Net::FTP module is all of that.<br />
With Net::FTP, you have total control. You know when there are errors, timeouts, whatever. It's not at all difficult: anyone with basic scripting skills can understand and use this.<br />
I'm going to present two programs here. One is very simple; you can probably understand it even if you know no Perl at all. It just logs into my ftp site, gets a listing, and displays it. The other is a fairly complicated program that goes out to a list of hosts and gets files with a date equal to or newer than what you specify. Even with the extra complexity, you should be able to follow it, and perhaps modify it for your own needs.
- 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
- Top 10 Web Application Penetration Testing Tools (actually 11) « lo0.ro – [via http://www.bufferoverflow.it/ ]