Month: June 2014

Just random stuff - Nothing to see here - Move along...

.htaccess Rules to Help Protect from SQL Injections

This list of rules by no means is a sure bet to secure your web services, but it will help in preventing script-kiddings from doing some basic browsing around. MySQL injection attempts are one of the most common hacking attacks against PHP websites. If your website is hosted on a dedicated or virtual server, the…
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Setting up Automatic Backups in cPanel

Using the script provided below you will be able to make automatic backup of your hosting account (domains and MySQL databases). This backup script includes SSL support. This is not necessary if you run the script on the server for which you are generating the backup; but the SSL support could be important if you…
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Colored ls output in 10 steps for Solaris

Coloured ls output in 10 steps Always dreamt of having the same sort of output on your Solaris machine as you would have on Linux? Here is how you go at that. Coloured output is a feature of the GNU version of ls. So you first have to obtain this version. GNU ls is in the coreutils package. You can…
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Advanced Crypto Software Collection

The Idea The goal of the Advanced Crypto Software Collection (ACSC) is to provide a set of cryptographic tools to system developers. This site will primarily be focused on providing software that implements “advanced” cryptographic primitives. By advanced we typically mean cryptography that uses more modern methods and can’t necessarily be built from the traditional…
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Law Enforcement Disclosure Report – Vodafone

http://www.vodafone.com/content/sustainabilityreport/2014/index/operating_responsibly/privacy_and_security/law_enforcement.html