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sqlmap is an open source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over of database servers. It comes with a powerful detection engine, many niche features for the ultimate penetration tester and a broad range of switches lasting from database fingerprinting, over data fetching from the database, to accessing the underlying file system and executing commands on the operating system via out-of-band connections. sqlmap: automatic SQL injection and database takeover tool sqlmap: automatic SQL injection and database takeover tool
Calculer l’etat d’avancement d’un encodage ffmpeg avec php | Stéphane Reuille 28 juillet 2010 8 commentaires Dans cet article nous allons voir comment lancer un encodage de vidéo avec le logiciel ffmpeg et calculer l’état d’avancement du travail avec php. Je vous laisse juges du champs d’application. Personnellement, je l’utilise afin d’afficher une barre de progression pour chaque encodage en cours dans une interface utilisateur. Le script d’encodage est exécuté en mode CLI , les tâches d’encodage pouvant prendre du temps cela permet de s’affranchir de la limitation d’exécution de php. Calculer l’etat d’avancement d’un encodage ffmpeg avec php | Stéphane Reuille
Linux: Find Out Which Process Is Listening Upon a Port How do I find out running processes were associated with each open port? How do I find out what process has open tcp port 111 or udp port 7000 under Linux? You can the following programs to find out about port numbers and its associated process: netstat - a command-line tool that displays network connections, routing tables, and a number of network interface statistics.fuser - a command line tool to identify processes using files or sockets.lsof - a command line tool to list open files under Linux / UNIX to report a list of all open files and the processes that opened them. Linux: Find Out Which Process Is Listening Upon a Port
Debirf - Build a kernel and initrd to run Debian from RAM debirf (DEBian on Initial Ram Filesystem) is a set of tools designed to create and prepare a kernel and initial ram filesystem that can run a full-blown Debian environment entirely from RAM. The kernel and initramfs pair created by debirf can be used for a myriad of purposes, from quick-and-easy system repair to diskless thin clients. The kernel and initrd can be placed in your system boot partition, burnt to read-only media, or supplied by a netboot server. Debirf - Build a kernel and initrd to run Debian from RAM
Redmine is a web based project management application written in Ruby, and is based on the Ruby on Rails (RoR) framework. It has a very clean user interface and comes with a good list of features. It is probably the easiest to use and the most complete web based (software) project management tools available. Redmine package is available in Ubuntu, which makes installation easy. It is however not very straightforward, and this tutorial will guide you step-by-step in installing Redmine in your Ubuntu machine. This tutorial is based on Ubuntu 10.10, though it might be compatible with other release as well. How to install Redmine in Ubuntu How to install Redmine in Ubuntu
Linux server tutorials Linux server tutorials This is a step by step guide on how to mount external hard drive in Linux for Ubuntu server beginner and Linux beginner in general. The guide includes error happened during the process to show how it to mount device in real situation. Mount external hard drive in Ubuntu server Insert external hard drive usb connector into the Ubuntu server usb port. Ubuntu server automatically detect the external hard drive as a usb device.
Simple NAT punch-through This document aims to describe how to provide peer-to-peer network communication in the case where both peers are each behind an individual NAT device. This is possible by using a central server for authentication and matchmaking purposes, but once connections are established, the server gets out of the loop and no bandwidth is expended on the server. First, some assumptions just to make the explanation clear: The client has local IP address 10.0.1.1 and is said to "live behind" the thing providing NAT services (firewalling or connection sharing. Let's call the client "Joe". The server has global ("real") IP address 20.0.2.2, and runs a service of some sort on port 2345 which is generally accessible from the internet at large. Simple NAT punch-through
Several people have asked me about the system monitor running on the root window of my ThinkPad X60s’ X11 desktop – not many of them had spotted that is was actually just conky with an advanced configuration and a custom wallpaper: My ~/.conkyrc can be downloaded from here. The panel at the bottom center is from FluxBox, my window manager of choice. The panel to the left is fbpager, a desktop pager for use with FluxBox. System monitoring wallpaper | blog.brixandersen.dk System monitoring wallpaper | blog.brixandersen.dk
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Work the Shell - Counting Words and Letters Work the Shell - Counting Words and Letters I know I have been writing about the basics of working with variables in shell scripts, but I'm going to diverge and address a recent query I received. Okay? (And, hey, write to me.) “Dear Dave, I seek an edge when I next play Hangman or other word games. I want to know what words are most common in the English language and what letters are most common in written material too. If you can show how to do that as a shell script, it'd be useful for your column, but if not, can you point me to an on-line resource?