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Advanced Windows Batch File Scripting

Windows Batch Programming ExampleIf for some reason you need to use windows .bat batch file scripting to do some task, or you just want to learn the most universal batch programming language on Windows machines, you lucked out and found the AskApache example. My expertise is the shell, in this article the shell is Windows cmd.exe. It has some pretty advanced windows shell usage, including pipes and redirection, but it's the modular linux-like coding approach that earns this script it's "advanced" title.

:SETPROMPT
set PROMPT=$_[%USERNAME%@%USERDOMAIN%]$S[$P]$_$M$G && EXIT /B

Create an AT job to run as system in Notepad++ IDEMy favorite tool (and I've tried sooo many) for editing most Windows files and especially .bat files is the free and open-source Notepad++. Set that up and you will have a color-syntax-highlighted editor for Batch Scripting that works very very well.

Windows

htaccess HTTPS / SSL Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

Apache has the best SSL/HTTPS support and can be controlled by the httpd.conf file or other HTTPD server configuration file. This htaccess tutorial has htaccess example code to make it easy to secure and use HTTPS and SSL with Apache.

Htaccess

Notes from Apache HTTPD Source Code

thought I'd take a break from coding and post about how open-source is such a great tool for finding the best answers to the toughest questions,

/** is the status code informational */
#define ap_is_HTTP_INFO(x)         (((x) >= 100)&&((x) < 200))
/** is the status code OK ?*/
 
#define ap_is_HTTP_SUCCESS(x)      (((x) >= 200)&&((x) < 300))
/** is the status code a redirect */
#define ap_is_HTTP_REDIRECT(x)     (((x) >= 300)&&((x) < 400))
 
/** is the status code a error (client or server) */
#define ap_is_HTTP_ERROR(x)        (((x) >= 400)&&((x) < 600))
/** is the status code a client error  */
 
#define ap_is_HTTP_CLIENT_ERROR(x) (((x) >= 400)&&((x) < 500))
/** is the status code a server error  */
#define ap_is_HTTP_SERVER_ERROR(x) (((x) >= 500)&&((x) < 600))
 
/** is the status code a (potentially) valid response code?  */
#define ap_is_HTTP_VALID_RESPONSE(x) (((x) >= 100)&&((x) < 600))

Hacking

SPF Records on DreamHost

Here are the steps that I take to get an SPF Record going on DreamHost

v=spf1 mx ip4:64.111.100.0/24 ip4:66.33.201.0/24 ip4:66.33.216.0/24 ip4:208.97.1 32.0/24 ip4:208.97.187.0/24 ip4:208.113.200.0/24 ip4:208.113.244.0/24 ip4:64.18.0.0/20 ip4:74.125.148.0/22 include:aspmx.googlemail.com include:_spf.google.com ~all

Hosting

Htaccess Rewrites – Rewrite Tricks and Tips

htaccess rewrite / Mod_Rewrite Tips and Tricks is as glamorous as it sounds! htaccess rewrite mod_rewrite is just possibly one of the most useful Apache modules and features. The ability to rewrite requests internally as well as externally is extremely powerful.

Htaccess

The Latest and Greatest php.ini

Grab the latest php.ini developmental version and discover new or previously hidden php runtime configuration settings... ahead of everyone else!

PHP

King Penguin Linux Notebook

King Penguin Linux Notebook The machine itself is super super ultra-thin, wafer thin, very cool looking. It's crazy light, I was amazed how slick it looked when it arrived.
Huge amount of open-source hardware/chipsets/etc.. The first time I went through the dmesg I was smiling. 2 USB 3.0 ports, and they actually work as promised, very very fast transfer speeds to my USB 3.0 external SSD. Incredible speed, boot time is the fastest I've ever seen. Starts at $720, mine was $1,800

Products

Upgrading to DreamHost Private Servers

DreamHost PS gives you your own "virtual machine", protecting your CPU and RAM on your physical machine for faster websites. Here's what I like and dislike about DreamHostPS, and some of the issues and solutions for migrating.

Hosting

RewriteCond Cheatsheet

Request to http://www.askapache.com/cg/rewrite-test/?catch=caught&this=that

RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} = GET /cgi-bin/php/pro/rewrite-test/?catch=caught&this=that HTTP/1.1
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} = /cg/rewrite-test/?catch=caught&this=that
RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} = catch=caught&this=that
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} = www.askapache.com
RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} = Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:18.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/18.0
RewriteCond %{REMOTE_ADDR} = 8.8.8.8

Htaccess

PortaPutty Auto-Reconnecting SSH Tunnels on an Encrypted TrueCrypt Portable USB Key w GPG

Ok I just came back up to write the intro.. I'm trying to keep it short to avoid getting bogged down by the coolness of each step. Here is what goes on. When I logon to my XP machine at work, I bring my usb key and plug it in first. On logging a window pops up first and it's a password prompt to mount my encrypted drive leonardo. It also checks a keyfile that is located on my usb key, but all I do now is type in my password. That causes my encrypted folder to be accessible to me like a normal drive, and it autoruns a startup batch file.

The batch file causes Portable versions of Firefox (all my bookmarks, my settings) to load, and launches Portable Mozilla Thunderbird (IMAP makes this work well), which is my favorite program (great GPG features and open-source!). Also Some Adobe CS4 software is loaded from the hard drive, like DreamWeaver. In the background, a service we created executes a PortaPuttY plink command to create forwarded tunnels from various remote servers and accounts, all using key-based encryption. These tunnels are automatically reconnected if they are disconnected, meaning you can use a socks 5 if you want or even better!

Hacking

Magic in the Terminal: Screen, Bash, and SSH

Oh ya lets get it on! short but sweet

running htop in bash over ssh to different server

Hacking

Speed Tips: Add Cache-Control Headers

Cache-Control Headers OnUsing Cache-Control headers you can specify which types of proxies can cache certain content, and how long files should be cached.

Htaccess

SSI in Htaccess for ErrorDocuments, DirectoryIndexing, SEO

htaccess directory indexingErrorDocument from .htaccess3-Part article covering practical implementation of 3 advanced .htaccess features. Discover an easy way to boost your SEO the AskApache way (focus on visitors), a tip you might keep and use for life. Get some cool security tricks to use against spammers, crackers, and other nefarious sorts. Take your site's error handling to the next level, enhanced ErrorDocuments that go beyond 404's.

Htaccess

Apache Web Server Speed Configuration Hacks

Apache server performance can be improved by adding additional hardware resources such as RAM, faster CPU, etc.

Optimization

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  • ZERO DAY - read before Trojan horse  t.co/pPMLGDJv8P 
  • Trojan Horse, a novel!  t.co/Hf8EtYaZVa 
  • The Hacker Playbook - very nice high level overview of attacks  t.co/lHwNVWi61u 
  • Clean Code - A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship  t.co/hnJX0x1qIc 
  • Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja - By my absolute favorite JS hacker John Resig!  t.co/tZ42ljmcCl 
  • Hacking Exposed 7: Network Security Secrets & SolutionsMy all time favorite, basic but thorough and accurate.  t.co/jycW0RDVtZ 
  • Empty words will be no surrogate for cold resolve. Pain is nothing.  t.co/qXjpRxbjCw 
  • REVERSING: Secrets of Reverse Engineering  t.co/GaWo29lWWG 
  • NEUROMANCER  t.co/3OoknUcb5Z 
  • "The Shockwave Rider", by John Brunner (1975 hacker sci-fi)  t.co/ZW56HVUefW 
  • The Rootkit ARSENAL - Escape and Evasion in the Dark Corners of the System  t.co/1FzX6bHgsQ 
  • "We Are Anonymous - Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency" better be good!  t.co/GL0cFNiUOq 
  • THE IDEA FACTORY Bell Labs  t.co/FyVhgNwwT5 
  • The Datacenter as a Computer -- Urs Holzle  t.co/M5WIYs1OVg 

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Hacking and Hackers

The use of "hacker" to mean "security breaker" is a confusion on the part of the mass media. We hackers refuse to recognize that meaning, and continue using the word to mean someone who loves to program, someone who enjoys playful cleverness, or the combination of the two. See my article, On Hacking.
-- Richard M. Stallman






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