Free JuiceSSH Pro License until March 18th 2014

Free License for JuiceSSH Pro on AndroidNow until Tuesday March 18th 11:00 GMT, 2014 you can get a free upgrade to JuiceSSH Pro, a $6.98 value. Due to the number of downloads the developers of JuiceSSH want to say thank you by offing Pro Versions for free during this time period. JuiceSSH Pro is a very well written and nice SSH Client for the Android Operating System. I personally use JuiceSSH Pro on my phone all the time. So whether you use it or may use it, I would suggest going to https://sonelli.com/500k and get your free license copy! There are no catches and I received the license email within minutes.… Read More

Tricks to a Simple and Secure Contact Form using PHP

A day does not go by it seems that someone is asking how to create a simple contact form in PHP. The problem I tend to find is that most of the tutorials online show bad programming practice, such as using the @ error suppressor or not validating / checking the data passed into the form. I decided to write up a few of my tricks on how to do a proper PHP Secure Contact form and attempt to explain why. As always, I welcome comments / suggestions in the remarks. I have decided to omit the Captcha, as I feel Captcha is just broken, so if you want to prevent spam, you will need to research other methods, like Honey Pots.… Read More

Setting up Mosh (Mobile Shell) Server on Debian Squeeze

A key with a browser behind it.My curiosity takes me to a bunch a different programs that I like to hack around with. Today it took me to setting up a Mosh Server. Mosh is a short term for Mobile Shell, which is attempting to act as an SSH (Secure Shell) replacement for a connection-less state. With Mosh, you are able to roam around on a 3G / 4G / Wifi / Work / Home and not have the need to always reconnect your SSH sessions or have a dedicated server setup with screen, which if that server goes down then you will have to reconnect all the sessions again!… Read More

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