0 Now on GitHub Took a bit longer than I wanted, but the source for passwds.io is up on GitHub now. It’s extremely simple, using Twitter Bootstrap, straight PHP, jQuery, and the jQuery prettySocial plugin for the social buttons at the bottom of the site. Passwords are generated using pwgen-php from Superwayne. pwgen-php was forked […]

0 Pronounceable Password Generator I’d had this code sitting around for a while and decided to make a new site dedicated to it. It’s called passwds.io. It’s a simple service that produces pseudo-random passwords that have some elements that can actually be pronounced, hopefully making them easier to remember. I do not recall where I […]

0 Easily Deploy LAMP Stacks, and it’s free I have yet to use ServerPilot, but will be setting up a new VPS at DigitalOcean in the coming weeks for a new venture. ServerPilot makes getting a LAMP stack setup very quickly. ServerPilot will automatically install Nginx, Apache, PHP, and MySQL on a new, freshly installed/created, […]

0 Zombie Image Placeholders Are Back And just in time for Halloween! I wrote a post about my 10 favorite image placeholder services a while ago. Placezombies.com was one of them. Here’s the announcement blog post for Placezombies.com. Down in the comments, you’ll see that the owners forgot to renew the domain name, so it […]

0 Never hurts to make sure I’ve written about Papertrail a few times before, I love the service and it’s just too valuable to not use. Papertrail makes it super easy to find Shellshock exploit attempts and probes. Probes are just checking a machine to see if it’s vulnerable to Shellshock. If you’re using CloudFlare, […]