Category: web

insecure.com nmap.org – overview of the Web (2013)
02.04.2020

check it out on: https://nmap.org/favicon/ done with nmap, pretty NOICE! how is it created? “scanning the top million web sites for 2013 (as ranked by the analytics company Alexa). (bought up by Amazon in 1996) We then downloaded each site’s […]

why internet explorer is a severe security problem
12.02.2020

“As explained previously, this flaw could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on targeted computers and take full control over them just by convincing victims into opening a maliciously crafted web page on the vulnerable Microsoft browser.” https://thehackernews.com/2020/02/microsoft-windows-updates.html

FREIES WLAN FÜR AALE (und die anderen Fische auch)
24.12.2019

wishes for next year: free wifi for eels (and other creatures) Why does EVERYONE have to run their own WIFI / pay their OWN internet access? When it would be enough to have one fast internet access plus 2-3x WIFI […]

16.05.2019

changing port for vestacp backend will also change port for /phpmyadmin vim /usr/local/vesta/nginx/conf/nginx.conf # find this lines # Vhost server { listen 8083; <- change new port :wq # save and quit # restart vesta service vesta restart what you […]

vestacp disable backups
14.05.2019

backups can become rather huge. and if you have your own backup mechanism in place… you should: web mode: per package manual mode: per user # edit per user-file: vim /usr/local/vesta/data/users/admin/user.conf # Look for BACKUPS=”?” # line to adjust how […]

a pretty good ipv6 introduction – ipv4 depletion
09.05.2019

IPv6: Introduction it’s the year 2019, roughly 14% of the web is running ipv6. you can watch real time statistics here: (i have no clue how accurate the data is, how they are generated) https://ipv6.he.net/v4ex/sidebar/? … but it seems there […]

3d standard evolving on the browser
02.05.2019

web3d awesome! you can walk here with cursor buttons and tilt up and down with mouse wheel: and even upload your own pictures:   http://www.spacegoo.com/tiananmen/# marbleous: But the website itself is pretty impressive: unfortunately the tux web flying simulator did […]

08.04.2019

“the internet” in Germany is so slow… once your start page has finished loading… you actually forgot what you were searching for. (it has become better in Munich) PS: If this site (http://mycpu.eu) loads slow – it is because the […]

HTTP Status Codes
04.03.2019

1×× Informational 100 Continue 101 Switching Protocols 102 Processing 2×× Success 200 OK 201 Created 202 Accepted 203 Non-authoritative Information 204 No Content 205 Reset Content 206 Partial Content 207 Multi-Status 208 Already Reported 226 IM Used 3×× Redirection 300 […]

how to htaccess limit wordpress searches
04.03.2019

lately this blog gets bombarded with queries like these: which decoded are Korean SPAM? which translates as: iptables / firewalld seem not to work and have to really really figure out why. until then this is a little workaround, it […]

17.12.2018

Thanks! thanks to all the contributors of open source soft- and hardware and people that share their knowledge online for free 🙂 i hope/think that better technology could possibly also change humans to the better… freely sharing information surely does […]

JavaScript is evil
10.09.2018

We all – except Node.js people and those that want JavaScript to control nuclear power plants – have seen it coming: “JavaScript is evil” Stallman Anti-JavaScript rant: https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/javascript-trap.en.html (i think he complains more about, that most JavaScripts don’t come with […]

VestaCP disable roundcube webmail
09.08.2018

CentOS7: # search for roundcube config file find / -name *roundcubemail.conf* /usr/local/vesta/install/rhel/6/roundcube/roundcubemail.conf /usr/local/vesta/install/rhel/7/roundcube/roundcubemail.conf /usr/local/vesta/install/rhel/5/roundcube/roundcubemail.conf /etc/httpd/conf.d/roundcubemail.conf # search for installed packages yum list installed |grep roundcube roundcubemail.noarch # is enough to disable roundcube rm -rf /etc/httpd/conf.d/roundcubemail.conf # seems to be no […]

DSGVO Datenschutz Impressum Generator – Der Bürokratie-Datenschutz-Horror
24.05.2018

“In the world of Information Technology, change is constant, compliance is inevitable, adaptability is required” i would add: “resistance is futile” “In the world of Information Technology, change is constant, compliance is inevitable, adaptability is required; therefore, staying one-step ahead […]

compiling squid http proxy from source
31.07.2017

checkout what is the latest version: ftp://ftp.cuhk.edu.hk/pub/packages/info-systems/www/squid/ probably this is more recent: https://github.com/squid-cache/squid you could also try git clone https://github.com/squid-cache/squid.git and compile with the git source tree… let me know if it worked. hostnamectl; # tested on [root@CentosMaster squid-4.0.21]# hostnamectl […]

28.07.2017

  i did just some basic testing… and managed to compile the php7.3 binary – but the make install failed. it would help to have multiple cores… hostnamectl; # tested with Static hostname: CentosSlave Icon name: computer-vm Chassis: vm Operating […]

27.07.2017

in general: social competence demands to first praise then critizise – no matter what – nobody is perfect or god. praise: Thanks for this massively cool webserver software – that can do so many things (vhosts and .htaccess and php) […]

CentOS Redhat – compile Apache2 from source
27.07.2017

i tried to compile under debian…. but it’s way more compli cated. also: you probably do not need all the packages stated here… but i did not have the time to sort those out sorry for that. feel free to […]

webserver software marketshare – NetCraft – Web Internet stats statistics – growth number of sites – total number of websites – internet stats statistics
27.07.2017

according to https://w3techs.com/technologies/overview/web_server/all apache(2 i guess) is still the dominant webserver on the internet with a market share of 50%. src: https://trends.builtwith.com/web-server according to builtwith.com it is “only” 40% market share for the apache(2) webserver. also most sites are running […]