MyDLP is a free and open source data loss prevention software that runs with multi-site configurations on network servers and endpoint computers. MyDLP is currently supported only on Ubuntu. You can download a preconfigured MyDLP Server Installation Disk Image from the MyDLP website. This is a short article on how I setup MyDLP on a… Continue reading Setting up a MyDLP server
How to bulk remove uy7gdr5332rkmn malware using shell commands.
An year back I posted on how to extract a single table from a MySQL dump file. Today, I decided to write a shell script to automate the whole process. Now it is possible to extract a single table or a range of tables from a dump file with a single command. Usage The script… Continue reading Extract single/multiple tables from MySQL dumpfile
If you are a web developer, you would have definitely seen the User Agent strings of the common web browsers. I have always wondered why the UA string began with Mozilla for browsers like Internet Explorer and Opera, which are not based on Mozilla code. I found the answer on WebAIM blog. History of the… Continue reading History of User Agent string
Sometimes you might want to view MySQL queries as and when they are being executed. This is possible with the MySQL General Query Log. In this post, I try to explain how to use query logging feature to view live running MySQL queries.
Saving header and footer from a file into separate files using AWK.
Every webmaster wants their websites to have 100% uptime. But the truth is that not even Google is able to ensure that. So the next best thing we can hope for is to be informed whenever a website goes down, so that the necessary actions can be initiated to bring it back online. Unfortunately, it… Continue reading Get free sms alerts when your website is down
Enabling gzip support on server without using mod_deflate or mod_gzip Apache module. The technique uses PHP with Gzip support for compressing the files.
Apple buys Mobile Ad company Quattro.
Nexus One, the Google Phone, has been officially released.