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You can stop evade word bans with variants now

Some people believe that they can cheat “bad word detection” on Facebook by entering variants of a word. We’ve seen it, very much in the antivax movement lately where they obviously think “vaccine” is a banned word. Well, first of … Continue reading

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Russian hacker claims to have found a leaked 5G-database – So what did Hal Turner actually “break”?

Russian hacker claims having found a leaked 5G-database. Hal Turner states “the video seems so compelling” and “it has to be passed on because it claims to show that VAX recipients can be tracked”. What he did not know, was that he probably got trolled. Continue reading

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netcurl vs PHP 8.1

Since PHP 8.1 has a alpha release in place, I also took a chance yesterday to make sure that the netcurl 6.1 release still works when 8.1 go live “for real”. As it seems, there was just a few adjustments, … Continue reading

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DNSBL terminology will change with upcoming API upgrades

For not long ago, Microsoft owned Github chose to rename the terms “master” and “slave” from its system as the said words are criticized for being racially insensitive. GitHub’s┬ámove came amid ongoing protests against racism in the United States, after … Continue reading

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Taking a new step with an API, with focus on the real applications

I’ve been in need for a generic API tool for long now. It all started for real with v3.x, which is the first “production like” API that is still in use and actually stable, despite the fact that I always … Continue reading

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Real life environment issue requires actions

It was not long ago, I planned to start working with a new API. There’s currently a version 3 out, that handles most DNSBL services and some other services. However, since I am a huge Marvel fan I’ve realized that … Continue reading

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What’s done in spare time (segment catching experiment)

This is a first live example of how to download file segments (for example video files) from a single playlist (like a m3u-manifest) by only using netcurl as a download library, and what sometimes happens on spare time. The project … Continue reading

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PHP 8.0 is now delivered with apt repositories

Last time I checked, PHP 8.0 RC1 had to be manually compiled so tests could join the suite. But I just discovered that PHP 8.0 is now delivered with the “ondrej PPA“. This also means that PHP 8.0 is no … Continue reading

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netcurl 6.1.1 is imminent and ready for PHP8

PHP 8.0 alpha3 was released 23 july and netcurl has been tested together with this release. It turns out that a few changes has been made in the core of curl that enforced a minor patch in netcurl for it … Continue reading

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database driver (tornelib-php-database 6.1.0) is now up to date

It has been planned for a long time now, and the sprint was set to be finished next year. But the project was smaller than I thought so the database connector was released yesterday. The purpose is not – again … Continue reading

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