Linux: CouchDB – For Fun and Profit [Artigo]
CouchDB é um de banco de dados orientado a documentos, uma implementação de NoSQL que pode ser acessado através de sua API JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) RESTful. Vamos falar sobre como explorá-lo para reunir informações para um penetration test ou análise de vulnerabilidades.

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Linux: Escritório 100% GNU/Linux: viável e econômico [Artigo]
Montar um escritório 100% GNU/Linux é possível, viável e econômico. Com distribuições cada vez mais user-friendly que temos, ainda podemos derrubar a velha reclamação do usuário final de que

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Daily notes and links

http://pyvideo.org/ http://lanyrd.com/2013/scipy/

http://openscienceframework.org

http://www.writingforums.org/

http://www.wegoout.com/

http://coffitivity.com/

http://simplynoise.com/

http://www.wegoout.com/

 

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http://justcramer.com/2013/06/27/serving-python-web-applications/

 

How to Display the Hidden Startup Applications on Ubuntu 13.04 | LinuxG.net

Hello Linux Geeksters. In this article I will show you how to display all the aplications that run at boot (startup), with “Startup Applications”, the built-in utility that manages the startup programs. By default, all the startup programs are hidden, so the Startup Application window is empty.

 

How to Display the Hidden Startup Applications on Ubuntu 13.04 | LinuxG.net

Hello Linux Geeksters. In this article I will show you how to display all the aplications that run at boot (startup), with “Startup Applications”, the built-in utility that manages the startup programs. By default, all the startup programs are hidden, so the Startup Application window is empty.

 

Baobab alternative

sudo apt-get install filelight
 

How to Display the Hidden Startup Applications on Ubuntu 13.04 | LinuxG.net
Hello Linux Geeksters. In this article I will show you how to display all the aplications that run at boot (startup), with “Startup Applications”, the built-in utility that manages the startup programs. By default, all the startup programs are hidden, so the Startup Application window is empty.

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