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Converting Public SecureCRT to OpenSSH one line Key

When you generate a key pair in SecureCRT, it generates it in this format: —- BEGIN SSH2 PUBLIC KEY —- Subject: dave Comment: “something” ModBitSize: 1024 AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAAAgQDQNXZosE8eAu6t9dsznpimQAXdaqkSmgKAgZ4+ gP9tW/j+wKtsEOBGasp4/AQu89Avscku+zp6lEuy9PCtBt03IdaQwls9GBl67EUzrKM 3NLNscuCt/LAsdjHfjvBL4q0Oh+MsHu0c6G6ltICqYmvAHYNAYBoPJv+0RMvxPdoNQ== —- END SSH2 PUBLIC KEY —- This key if fine, but if you run a linux server such as CentOS, RedHat, Fedora, or many others which […]

Developing web apps cross platform can be a pain sometimes, as the drivers used in Windows are typically not available (by default anyway) in linux. For example, if you are using perl based software in linux, and you need to connect to a Windows database (for example, MSDE 2000 or SQL Server) There are two […]

Apache’s mod_proxy module is simply one of the best Apache modules out there. With it, you can do all sorts of things that you usually would not be able to do if you are behind a firewall or other limited network situations. A problem that recently came up for me was how Microsoft Outlook Web […]