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The blog about security, SEO, hosting and development
The blog about security, SEO, hosting and development

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Been trying to use multiple Google reCAPTCHAs on the same page with mixed success. Reason for doing this is for example a login page with a reCAPTHCA for the login form and a modal opening with a reset password form. I prefer to use the “invisible”…
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Every now and then IIS application pools lock up and needs to be killed. You can add the field PID in Task Manager and then use cmd tools to find which one of the IIS Worker Process is the right one and kill it. I created a simple script that lists all…
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Every now and then you need to check if your servers or client computers have pending updates. You can generate a simple list of this with Powershell. I have created a script for this on my Github named ListPendingWindowsUpdates.ps1. Here is a quick…
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New Relic is a very good tool to monitor you servers and applications with a bunch of metrics och features. If you landed on this page you probably already use it so I want go into any more details on it. There are things I love about it and things I hate…
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After using Jira Service Desk for a while we ran into a problem with automatic re-opening tickets when a customer replied to a closed ticket. The automatic re-open worked fine but any attachments where just thrown away. Usually customers respond back with…
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Setting up Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) SMTP service is pretty straight forward for simple implementations. It hasn’t really keept up with time and I’m pretty sure not to many people use it anymore. Working with an older implementation in…
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Raspberry Pi: Ubiquiti UniFi Controller

You can use Unifi Controller from your computer to configure and monitor your Ubiquiti access points but a cloud key is much nicer. The Unifi Cloud Key is basically just an ARM computer running of an SD-card. Sound familiar? So what’s the difference…
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I love my Raspberry Pi projects and I run a lot of specialist “mini” servers at home doing everything from torrent sharing of Linux distros to media streaming and media playing. But all Raspberry Pi’s and other single board computers that rely on SD-cards…
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A common need is to restore the latest production backup to a test system or user acceptance test system on a regular basis. Depending on your system (database) size this can be time consuming. You would prefer to have this done during the night right…
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I ended up finally transferring everything from my old gmail.com based Google account over to my custom domain Google account. I have been running them in parallel for ages switching between them to access different services. I read a number of blog posts…
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