We are pleased to announce that we added WordPress support as part of the most recent Iogly release. This makes Iogly’s intrusion detection features available to all users of the popular platform. Because of WordPress’s popularity it has been one of the prime targets for malicious actors. Iogly will help to make your WordPress installation much more secure.
I’m very pleased to announce the release of Iogly. Iogly is a real time application level intrusion detection system that I developed with my co-founder Florian Heidenreich. Iogly aims to offer a hosted intrusion detection solution tailored to specific web applications. In this initial release we only support Magento (1 & 2) but aim to release support for further platforms in the near fututre.
If you are interested please check it out at Iogly.com
In earlier releases of OpenELEC support for rsync was included. At some point it was moved to the unofficial addon repository. Unfortunately it looks like the unofficial addon repo has been abandoned. OpenElec 8 has been out for a year and there is still no unofficial addon support for it. I would assume that there won’t be any support for it in the future either.
I run OpenELEC on a RaspberryPi and really needed rsync support for it.
To get it working I cross compiled rsync for armv7 on my regular Linux machine and then copied the binary to my OpenElec box. I figured this might be handy for someone running into the same issue. This workflow is specific for ARM.
As of Chrome 58 SSL certificates must have a “Subject Alternative Name” (SAN) field, “Common Name” (CN) is not sufficient anymore. This breaks many self signed certificates on dev machines.
If you previously had a working self signed certificate and now you see the “NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID” error, these steps should fix the issue:
I was trying to find available domain names for a project I’m planning to start. All the ones that came to mind were already taken. I wrote a simple script that would query the Namecheap API with various combinations of keywords and TLDs to see which combinations are still available. That script worked fairly well. Then I came across gocui which allows you to build ncurses style terminal GUI apps in Go. I decided to extend my simple script and build a full fledged GUI app.