Jason | 8th October 2014
WordPress 4.0, Direct Access To The MySQL Database Recently I needed to gain access to a hacked WordPress installation. I didn’t have any usernames or passwords for the dashboard. Here’s a manual way that I used to create a user account, which sysadmins may find useful. Hang on; if you’re a hacker, stop reading, go […]
Jason | 15th January 2014
CentOS 6.5, x86_64 I like tweaking my terminal prompt. It makes my life so much simpler to have some info easily available and especially to have alias shortcuts. I’m feeling generous this morning, so here’s my own .bashrc file for you. Tweak it to your own liking. Profile .bashrc I really like the look, but […]
Jason | 9th January 2014
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, Cygwin I’ve avoided doing this until now coz I sometimes make mistakes and the SSH password is an additional layer of anti-idiot. Anyway… Whenever you SSH to a new machine (or SCP a file) on Cygwin, you’re probably used to entering your password for the connection each time. Wouldn’t it be […]
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