When you have obtained a list of emails from a location that required little to no validation on whether it was a real email, you will be stuck trying to determine if the email address is real or not. You don't want to risk sending out an email to these users without checking as a…
Installing can be quite simple to do and also very dangerous as you install something, it completely wrecks apache and now your web server wont start back up again. Well worry not, its very easy to uninstall anything that you have installed. The first thing you need to know is that the name of the…
When running a web server it’s vital that you have you important that you have applications like apache and mysql start when the system does. Who knows what might trigger a reboot and even more, you don’t want to perform a quick restart and have the entire server crumble. Well fear not, it is very…
Most standard PDO tutorials from around the web are going to demonstrate using a MySQL database with apache as a web host. The PDO connection string for this setup is not going to work if you want to connect to a SQL Server database using Microsofts IIS server. The first step is to make sure…
Reverse DNS is a common method used to help keep your emails out of the dreaded spam filters. Fortunately, once you know how, reverse DNS is a quick and easy way to improve the trustability of your emails. Reverse DNS alone is not enough to guarantee that your emails will successfully make it to a…
DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is a process used to validate emails preventing someone from sending spam email using an unauthorised email address. The process works using 2 encrypted SSL keys. A public key which is obviously made available to the public and a private key which only you / your web server will know. When…