I have recently set up a public (open access) s/ntp time server that operates at stratum 2. It is available on both IPv4 & IPv6 with the server name ‘ntp.moocat.me’. A good place to start understanding what NTP is and why it is useful is with this FAQ found at ntp.org. The server also participates in the ntp pool project which was easy to setup and hopefully provides a benefit to the community.
This will be an ongoing project in which ISO hashes will be added over time. The reason for the creation of this list is for archival purposes, allowing both current and future reference. It was brought to my attention as various sites such as MSDN maintain a similar list but would then often remove older versions which could become problematic. One of the main use cases of this list is for checking files to see if they are legitimate.
This is a simple script that automates the process of scanning a specified directory and then sends an email of the results to a specified address. To automate this process even further the use of cron can be used so that the script will operate on a given schedule. By default the script is set to scan the home directory, send emails to and from firstname.lastname@example.org and store logs in
/var/log/. The required packages for this script are sendmail & clamav.
This page displays various pieces of information about your connection. This project may be updated in the future in order to provide more information about your connection such as decoding the user agent to show what operating system that is being used in a more friendly format.
This is a basic character generation tool which can be used for a variety of purposes for things such as board games etc. Every time that the page is loaded a new character is randomly generated along with their own stats. This generator may be updated in the future in order to add new functionality such as creating a backstory or being able to specify a gender.