How to make an automated connection checker and IP blocker for your server

Mar 23rd, 2013 | By

I like to think of it as a door man for my server, or my little centurion 🙂  What this little guy does is checked the last 5 hours of access logs to your server to see if there are any IP’s that are hitting your server an unusually high amount of times.  If it
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Remove auto-created email specific thunderbird folders – have everything go into 1 local folder

Mar 20th, 2013 | By

This was something that I seemed to have figured out and forgot again so I’ll blog about it this time to keep it permanently in memory 🙂   Anyways, so the deal is when you add a new email account in thunderbird it creates a specific set of folders and subfolders for that new email
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Changing vmail user passwords in mysql with phpMyAdmin

Mar 6th, 2013 | By

So I had a bit of a head scratcher with this one today as I’m used to changing passwords in wordpress by going into the user’s table and typing the password in the value box and choosing md5 in the function dropdown window seroquel medicine.  Well that just ended up in disaster for vmail. It
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Batch renaming files in Sequential order with Bash(in windows)

Mar 4th, 2013 | By

So let’s say you save 50 related files from the internets and they are all uselessly named like ksaljf23_13.jpg , etc etc and you want them to be sequentially named something relevant like videoGame_01.jpg videoGame_02.jpg oxycontin.  How can you go and batch rename them all with a quick and dirty script? Well in linux it’s
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