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Linux Tip of the Day
November 13, 2014

Hi all, I’d like to share this with all of you. Because of my job I had the necessity to know which port where used on a remote server that hadn’t nmap installed on it, so what I did was: sudo lsof -nP -i | grep LISTEN Here is the explanation: lsof – list of […]

Programming
HTML5 you’re ready!
October 31, 2014

After many years W3C puts its official stamp on HTML5 which has been widely used in these past years by a lot of developers fascinated by its promise of develop once deploy anywhere. In its post about HTML5, W3C says that according to a Vision Mobile Survey, 42% out of 10.000 interviewed developers are using the combination of […]

Linux tips

Neverending story with the “ShellShock bug” read this:   Attackers have been quick to exploit the Shellshock Bash command interpreter bug disclosed yesterday by building a botnet that is currently trying to infect other servers, according to a security researcher. via First Shellshock botnet attacks Akamai, US DoD networks – Security – News – iTnews.com.au.

Linux tips

I wanted to write a small article on how to fix “Shellshock” bug on Apple OSX, but there are many around the net. I found this one on ReadWrite and I think that it’s well written and easy to understand! “Apple is aware of the bash “Shellshock” bug that affects OS X users, and issued […]

OSX

Hi all, My faithful Sony Vaio equipped with Ubuntu 14.04 after some honourable years, stopped working properly; since I’m a developer and I need a computer to work, I decided to move into the Mac world. One of the first things I had to learn, was how to start and stop apache properly and how […]

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