Ngrep is a tool that allow us to capture HTTP traffic. Root permissions are needed to use it and install it.... Read More
Juan Carlos Gonzalez Blog
Welcome to my Blog! I have been a analyst/programmer for over ten years, most of my work has been about integrating web an telephony services. In this Blog you can find information and code samples that have been useful to me and I hope they can be useful to you too.
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In these examples you can find different ways of creating simple proxy socket servers. This can be useful to you for a number of reasons:... Read More
This example uses Struts2 with annotations to provide a Datatable with JSON.... Read More
Go to folder cd /etc/cron.d to create cron jobs that will be run every day. Create a file and write the desired cron sentence.... Read More
This example uses the ICEpdf open source library to read a PDF and turn it into TIFF images.... Read More
Here you can find some tips to optimize slow queries that have been useful to me.... Read More
Here there some console commands I use to find files recursively in linux Ubuntu. The commands used are mainly grep and find.... Read More
To do this you can take advantage of schedulers such us quartz, but it you don't need anything as powerful as that you can create a new thread that starts when the server starts.... Read More