Tiny Tiny RSS reader/aggregator

Tiny Tiny RSS is an open source web-based news feed (RSS/Atom) reader and aggregator, designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.
Tiny Tiny RSS

If you have to right requirements on your server, you can set up your own rss feed reader. If your server is running LAMP, then more than likely you will be able to use this open source.

Server Requirements:

  • PHP version 5.3 or newer (detailed PHP requirements)
  • PostgreSQL or MySQL (InnoDB is required, MyISAM will not work).


Skipfish Default OutputNow onto another command line based security testing tool called Skipfish. You can download and compile source, or yum for package (yum install skipfish).

Now navigate to a directory where you want to output results directory to be created (or you can enter specific path in the command string). The Skipfish help page gives you many examples to try, but the first suggested usage is:-

./skipfish -o enter desired results output directory name http://www.example.com/some/starting/path/

Despite the command line being off-putting to most, it is quick and easy, and generates some good reports. Click on thumbnail to see of output using above command line string.

No Software Patents!

Software patents would give large corporations a strategic advantage over small and medium-sized ones, and a potentially destructive weapon against open source. Those effects are explained in greater detail on other pages of this website. Less competition in the marketplace results in higher prices, which is why you would literally “get the bill” for software patents by having to pay more for software as well as for products that contain software, such as mobile telephones. Of course, that sentence was also meant figuratively, in the sense that there are various other negative effects of software patents that all of us would experience.

No Software Patents!