Category Archive: Website

Feb 24

New InfiniteWP feature!

With the new update in Infinitewp (Full review coming soon) now it asks you “Are you sure?” when you click update. It may do it other places and I haven’t found them yet.

Jul 31

How dynamic DNS works, And who I would choose for my DNS needs.

Dynamic DNS can be very useful. You can use it to host your website on your own servers. That’s where parts of my website come from. Currently I use No-Ip for my dynamic DNS needs. The service works great, its simple to use and very effective. My ISP is verizon fios and all though my …

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Make A Simple Responsive Website

Feb 13

Tinkernut – Make A Complete Website From Scratch

Tinkernut (Daniel Davis) is doing a video series on how to make a website from scratch. Tinkernuts videos are very well made easy to follow and understand. The series can be found on his website or his youtube channel. I will also be posting the videos on here.   Make A Complete Website From Scratch …

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Feb 06

Amazon Cloudfront via W3 Total Cache is working

For the longest time I was trying to get this plugin to work (W3 Total Cache). I mainly wanted the caching of pages and the Amazon S3 and Cloudfront integration. When I first tried to set up the CDN distribution. I would get an error saying request timestamp is too skewed. I tried everything to …

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Jan 29

Mobile WebApp

Charlessite90 now has it’s own app. Well webapp for most devices. The app was created with conduit mobile. Conduit mobile is the most easy to use program I have ever used. Basically all you have to do is add rss feeds, youtube channels, facebook pages, twitter accounts and your basically done. You can also add text fields …

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Are We Running Out of IP Addresses? The American Registry of Internet Numbers at CES 2012

We just found The Internet at CES! Hear all about the details of ARIN, the American Registry of Internet Numbers, the original organization that keeps track of every IP address. Darren discusses the transition to IPv6 since the number of IPv4 address is fixed, and we are indeed running out. Let’s just NAT everything! ———– Subscribe for free! Hak5 on Revision3 Hak5 on Twitter Darren Kitchen on Twitter Shannon Morse on Twitter Facebook ABOUT HAK5 Hak5 isn’t your typical tech show. It’s hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it’s time to Trust your Technolust.


Dec 29

Adito VPN

Adito VPN based upon ssl-explorer adito has had many names. First it was ssl-explorer owned and operated by 3SP Ltd until Barracuda Networks acquired them. Adito vpn is no longer being developed which is a shame. Adito was then acquired by OpenVPN which they named it to OpenVPN ALS. OpenVPN ALS is a direct decedent of Adito which Adito was …

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Learn more about the Internet Censorship Bills (SOPA/PIPA)

We need to do something about this. To learn more just watch this video below and everything will become very clear.

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