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Google Map – Info Window

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Contact me “svnlabs@gmail.com” for google map customization 🙂

Never feel sad on losing anything in ur life, Because whenever a Tree loses its leaf, A new leaf is ready to take it’s place…

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Posted by on January 31, 2011 in Imagine, javascript, Open Source, php, Tips, Tricks

 

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Custom Google Search – setQueryAddition

Google Custom Search service provide customized search for web on your site or blog.
We can filter Google Custom Search results on filetype like PDF 🙂

http://www.svnlabs.com/demo/cse.php

You have to initiate below JavaScript on event…

// create a tabbed mode search control
var tabbed = new GSearchControl();

tabbed.setResultSetSize(GSearch.LARGE_RESULTSET);

// add an additional term to the query
// in this case filetype:pdf
var searcher = new GwebSearch();

//searcher.setResultSetSize(GSearch.LARGE_RESULTSET);

searcher.setUserDefinedLabel("svnlabs (pdf)");
searcher.setQueryAddition("filetype:pdf");

//searcher.setResultSetSize(GSearch.LARGE_RESULTSET);

var searcherOptions = new GsearcherOptions();
searcherOptions.setExpandMode(GSearchControl.EXPAND_MODE_OPEN);

tabbed.addSearcher(searcher, searcherOptions);

// draw in tabbed layout mode
var drawOptions = new GdrawOptions();
drawOptions.setDrawMode(GSearchControl.DRAW_MODE_TABBED);
tabbed.draw(document.getElementById("search_control_tabbed"), drawOptions);

// PHP keyword in search box
tabbed.execute("PHP");

Every day do one thing that you think you cannot do. Soon you will realize that there is nothing that you can not do…

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Posted by on January 31, 2011 in Imagine, javascript, Open Source, php, Tips, Tricks

 

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How to clean malware from website?

Malware, short for malicious software, is a software designed to secretly access a computer system without the owner’s informed consent. The expression is a general term used by computer professionals to mean a variety of forms of hostile, intrusive, or annoying software or program code.

You have seen above warning many times when you want to browse website using web browsers. This is the warning from search engine bots like Google for website is affected from malwares or viruses. If you still want to access website, it can affect your system or system resources.

Most of times websites are hacked or unauthorized accessed from hackers or cross-site scripting (XSS) or cross-site request forgeries (CSRF).

There may be lot of “holes” in website security that invite hackers to play their game.

The possible HOLES may be:
1. File/Folder permissions
2. Poor authentication for application
3. Cross-Site Scripting
4. Cross-Site Request Forgeries
5. Anti-Virus Software
6. File formats
7. Network “Firewalls/Filters”
8. Shell access & Logs

Please check some link to make web application secure and safe 😉
* http://advosys.ca/papers/web/61-web-security.html
* http://www.claymania.com/safe-hex.html
* http://shiflett.org/articles/foiling-cross-site-attacks
* http://www.ehow.com/how_6804695_remove-malware-website.html
* http://smackdown.blogsblogsblogs.com/2008/06/24/how-to-completely-clean-your-hacked-wordpress-installation/

You can review online Virus & Threat Scanner for cleaning malwares & viruses. These softwares are designed to run on your web server and scan your public web files for malicious code.

Google Safe Browsing Tool
http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=yoursite.com

Norton Safe Web
http://safeweb.norton.com/

You can search for more tools like…
Security Pro | SiteMonitor | IP trap | htaccess | AntiXSS | Check Permissions | KISS FileSafe

If you are running PHP website under Apache & MySQL, make sure file and folder should not be access public. You have to check PHP function’s security for more secure access.

PHP Functions may be used in hacking:
1. file_get_contents()
2. base64_decode()
3. eval()
4. exec()
5. preg_match()
6. gzuncompress()
7. urldecode()
8. error_reporting()
9. shell_exec()
10. setcookie()
11. chmod()
12. is_writable()
13. move_uploaded_file() and copy()

The above functions can be used by hackers to write malicious code to your files. The malicious code executed using eval() that will execute every run of website. So, disable eval(), file_put_contents(), file_get_contents(), exec() etc. You can check safe_mode in php.ini for disabling shell access 😉

Most of the time websites are hacked using file_get_contents(), eval(base64_decode()), urldecode(), include() or iframes.

You can search infected file on web server “/var/www/” using below command:

# grep -iR ‘eval(base64_decode(‘ /web-root
# grep -iR ‘ # grep -iR ‘urldecode(‘ /web-root
# grep -iR ‘file_get_contents(‘ /web-root
# grep -iR ‘exec(‘ /web-root

As soon as infection found, you have to backup all application running on web server, now you have to remove infected files manually or using scanner.
Now all up to you how you can manage your web server more securely…

I’ve found that luck is quite predictable. If you want more luck, take more chances. Be more active. Show up more often. 😀

 
 

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Magento make easy – part2

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FTP Support NetBeans

Article in process… 😉

 
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Posted by on January 15, 2011 in Concentrate, Imagine, Launch, Magento, Observe, Tricks

 

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Kites – Happy Makar Sankranti

Happy Makar Sankranti



 
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Posted by on January 13, 2011 in Launch

 

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json_add for php

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data-interchange format.

1. Easy for humans to read and write.
2. Easy for machines to parse and generate.
3. Collection of name/value pairs.
4. Used for C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Perl, Python, and many others.
5. Compatible with universal data structures – array, vector, list, or sequence.

json_decode — Decodes a JSON string
json_encode — Returns the JSON representation of a value
json_add — Review below code 😉

<?php
function json_add($old, $new) {  // function to add json strings  $old, $new are arrays
        $old_arr = json_decode($old, true);
        if(is_array($old_arr)) {
            $new_arr = array_merge($old_arr, $new);
            return json_encode($new_arr);
        }
        else {
            // it means first column updation
            return json_encode ( $new );
        }
    }

/*
here $json_str is json formated string in which we have to add new $array
*/
json_add($json_str, $array);    
    
?>

Every opportunity is trouble… Every trouble is opportunity 😉

 

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