Tool that automatically dump the content of
USB devices plugged to your computer.
Currently, Universal Media Storage (USB sticks, MP3 players, etc…)
and MTP (Android 4.x phones, etc..) are supported.
New plugged devices are dumped automatically too.
Securely and anonymously share a file of any size
Vodstok was primarily developped as a voluntary distributed storage kit that anybody may use to be part of a acentered storage network. More than that, it is now an easy-to-use platform to share information (your files, pictures, documents, whatever you want) freely and securely.
You can see Vodstok as a great hard drive splitted over multiple servers all over the Internet. Since Vodstok is an OpenSource web application, anybody can install it on a server and share a part of its allocated space with other Vodstok users ! Vodstok is easy to install, because it does not need any heavy database and only relies on PHP version >5.2.
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Under GNU/Linux if you use
sudo chattr +i file
sudo chattr -i file
you can protect (and respectively remove the protection) a file against deletion even by the root account!
The parameter “-R” allows to do the same for a directory:
sudo chattr +i -R directory
sudo chattr -i -R directory
This tool seems to be installed by default in all the GNU/Linux distributions.
Good to know 🙂
PMD scans Java source code and looks for potential problems like:
Possible bugs – empty try/catch/finally/switch statements
Dead code – unused local variables, parameters and private methods
Suboptimal code – wasteful String/StringBuffer usage
Overcomplicated expressions – unnecessary if statements, for loops that could be while loops
Duplicate code – copied/pasted code means copied/pasted bugs
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