How To Write Killer Content for Blogs

Smart companies blog. There are a number of causes for doing so, resembling having subjects to publish on social media, growing search engine consciousness, and speaking with clients. Getting this content material learn and seen, nevertheless, requires you to know how one can write killer content …

Use Meta Tags for Facebook and Twitter

As you may know, Google is not using the <meta type="keywords"> for ranking anymore, in fact very few search engines are, although you should not neglect this Meta tag, your focus should be on other tags instead. Here are 2 pieces of MicroData that you should …

Implementing DNSSEC in Windows Server 2012

DNSSEC feature helps to protect DNS traffic from threats. In Server 2012, DNSSEC has been made simpler deploy and supports secure dynamic updates in Active Directory integrated zones. Windows Server 2012 supports validations of records signed with updated DNSSEC standards (NSEC3 and RSA/SHA-2 standards). Previously, you …

Protect wp-login.php with .htaccess

Brute force attack aims at being the simplest kind of method to gain access to a site (wordpress or not). It combines usernames and passwords, over and over again, until it gets in. That is the main reason why you should always use secure passwords and …

Postfix queue monitoring script

Here is a small Perl script which can be useful as a Postfix queue monitor (count number of emails in Postfix queue) #!/usr/bin/env perl   # postfix queue/s size # author: # source: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/postfix-users/message/255133   use strict; use warnings; use Symbol; sub count { my ($ …

10 Best and free remote desktop sharing software’s

If you are someone who often need access to your home computer from your office or you provide technical support to your customers or sometimes dear ones. The remote desktop sharing software helps you solve the queries remotely and save your day from travelling and frustration. …

Quick search and replace inside file

sed -i 's/original/new/g' file.txt Where sed means Stream EDitor -i – in-place (for example save back to the original file) s – the substitute command original – a regular expression describing the word to replace (or just the word itself) new – the text to replace …