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Quickly View WordPress DB Credentials

Stupid Gippy Trick #2495: The title may sound funny, and the concept a bit weird, but when you’re working on many different client servers, development and production servers, with as many different configurations, keeping track of DB credentials can get a little tiresome and time consuming. Here’s a command line one liner to print the […]

December 18, 2009 | Web Design & Development | Comments Off on Quickly View WordPress DB Credentials

SSH Connect Script, Hax, Whatever…

I work with many different servers at work. Most tedious part is that I need to ssh in to them on a regular basis. Not all of them can I, nor do I feel should I, be adding SSH keys on to. So I finally got around to writing a little script to hold onto […]

June 26, 2008 | Computers | Comments Off on SSH Connect Script, Hax, Whatever…

Turn off FTP. Go Secure!

If you use FTP to connect to your Mac, TURN IT OFF! While FTP is nice and convenient its not terribly secure. FTP over SSH A little known fact is that if you turn off FTP, but turn on Secure Shell Access in the Sharing Preferences you then can connect to your Mac using Secure […]

August 3, 2006 | Computers | 2 comments

Speedy and Secure AFP

One of my long time complaints about using AFP (Apple Filing Protocol) has been its speed and my inability to get a secure connection. Well, all that changed this morning as I found some hints that fixed both speed and security issues. And it was under my nose the whole time…

June 30, 2006 | Computers | 4 comments