If you have a self hosted Atlassian suite (Bitbucket, Confluence or Jira) you might want to consider creating a backup of the data to an external repository such as AWS S3 in-case your server fails.
Check to see if sites you access are still vulnerable to the Heartbleed exploit (CVE-2014-0160) by running the following Perl script: 1. Create a file called check-ssl-heartbleed.pl and paste the following contents: vi check-ssl-heartbleed.pl 1a. Paste the following into check-ssl-heartbleed.pl #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Getopt::Long qw(:config posix_default bundling); # try to use IPv6 my $INETCLASS; BEGIN… Read more »
If you are looking to install VMware VMTools on multiple Ubuntu or Debian Linux servers and don’t feel like typing commands all day then you can run this bash script to install it automatically so long as you are willing to accept all defaults. 1. Mount VMtools 2. Create script folder mkdir -p /scripts 3…. Read more »
There are a few different ways to map drives when a user logs in, if you already have a log in script you can simply copy parts of the following code into the script to be able to map drives. This is a very simple script, when it comes to login scripts, the less complex… Read more »
There are heaps of ways to track website traffic hits depending on your requirements, platform and of course budget. One of the most popular methods of tracking statistics is through services such as Google Analytics however log file analysis remains the most reliable way to track your visitors as they are immune to script blockers…. Read more »