Securing SSH using Public Key authentication – Part 2: Accessing through SSH Client

Now after everything has been prepared on the server (read; Securing SSH using Public Key authentication – Part 1: Configuring the server) We can configure our laptop/PC/Workstation to access the server using Public Key. Open your PuTTY, add your server IP Server on Host Name, choose the Connection type to SSH. Named the sessions on […]

Securing SSH using Public Key authentication – Part 1: Configuring the server

This morning I was reading an article that shows how someone break into KPU (Commission for National Election in Indonesia) and did some security audits. Here’s the link My concern is that the security on KPU’s server was so low and the quality of application being built are below standard. It shows that it being built […]

Reverse Engineering on Dragonvale database

Since 2.5 months ago I have been addicted to play this game in my iPad: Dragonvale. Its a product from Backflip Studios, you can download it from here. In this game we try to raise, and breed various of dragons. You can get some money and gems here. It went in my mind to reverse […]

Pagination, PHP code share ;) – Part 2

You need to read the first part of this tutorial first, read here. For this tutorial I’m using FTPZilla as my FTP client to connect to my hosting service and Notepad++ as the default editor. Here is the usage of the class, <?php /* —————————————————– * File name : lhistory.php * Version : 2 * […]

Developing Android apps in Windows (II)

Let’s continue our tutorial by creating Android Virtual Device (AVD) Assumptions: You already followed our first tutorial in Open your Eclipse IDE Go to Window > Android SDK and AVD Manager, update it first by choosing ‘Available packages’ Click ‘Install Selected’, it will open a new window. Choose Accept All > Install Just wait […]