Category : Misc Tools


FFmpeg is a free and open-source collection of tools for handling multimedia files. It contains a set of shared audio and video libraries such as libavcodec, libavformat, and libavutil. With FFmpeg, you can convert between various video and audio formats, set sample rates, capture streaming audio/video, and resize videos. This tutorial walks you through installing ..

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gron transforms JSON into discrete assignments to make it easier to grep for what you want and see the absolute ‘path’ to it. It eases the exploration of APIs that return large blobs of JSON but have terrible documentation. ▶ gron “https://api.github.com/repos/tomnomnom/gron/commits?per_page=1” | fgrep “commit.author” json[0].commit.author = {}; json[0].commit.author.date = “2016-07-02T10:51:21Z”; json[0].commit.author.email = “mail@tomnomnom.com”; json[0].commit.author.name ..

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From screentogif.com: This free tool was (and still is) mainly projected to work as a quick and small screen recorder. If you plan to record hours of fullscreen content, I recommend switching to more advanced software. Recording 📹 ScreenToGif allows you to record part of your screen with the Screen Recorder, also there’s the Webcam ..

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Nikto is a very popular and easy to use webserver assessment tool to find potential problems and vulnerabilities very quickly. This tutorial shows you how to scan webservers for vulnerabilities using Nikto in Kali Linux. Nikto comes standard as a tool with Kali Linux and should be your first choice when pen testing webservers and web applications. ..

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#!/usr/bin/env perl # mysqltuner.pl – Version 1.7.9 # High Performance MySQL Tuning Script # Copyright (C) 2006-2018 Major Hayden – major@mhtx.net # Inspired by Matthew Montgomery’s tuning-primer.sh script: # http://forge.mysql.com/projects/view.php?id=44 # # This version further hacked and slashed by rlbyrd off and on since 2009. package main; use 5.005; use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; ..

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#!/bin/bash # Expects: # If no *.last exists, make one. # if one does, diff it and report # Set this manually. Everything else will branch off this. BASEDIR=”/data/backups/ddl/” DBUSER=”svc_dba_adhoc” DBPASS=”ADXEZKZLbgdvcB24nvPu” TZ=”America/Los_Angeles” EMAILTO=”richard.byrd@example.com,mark.butler@example.com,rlbyrd@rlbyrd.com” if [ “$2” == “” ] then echo ” ” echo “USAGE: ddldiff ” echo ” ” fi HOST=${1} SCHEMA=${2} TMPFILE=”/tmp/${HOST}-${SCHEMA}.tmp” /bin/rm ..

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By far the simplest option is for Mac users to install Telnet through Homebrew. If you haven’t done so, go through these steps first: Next, from a termina window, run this command. brew install telnet Hit Return and let Homebrew download and install Telnet to the Mac When installation has complete, you can run Telnet ..

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Advanced Mac users may appreciate using the Homebrew package manager, which greatly simplifies the process of installing command line software and tools on a Mac. For example, if you want to easily install favorite command line tools on a Mac like cask, htop, wget, nmap, tree, irssi, links, colordiff, or virtually any other familiar unix ..

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Below is a fairly comprehensive list of most widely used performance testing tools for measuring web application performance and load stress capacity, current as of this post date (2012-09-19). These load testing tools will ensure your application performance in peak traffic and extreme stress conditions. The list includes open source as well as licensed performance ..

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