Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer cryto currency and we’ve been working on a free service for bitcoin users to help with accepting payments.
Coinb.in is what is known as a “Bitcoin eWallet Service” with an easily accessible API aimed at web developers, to allow the acceptance of bitcoins and to process the payments automatically and anonymously from our network via an unbranded interface, at no fee, without having to run a bitcoin client.
Coinb.in works by providing your customer with a unique wallet address, which is linked to your account. The coinb.in service then checks the Bitcoin p2p network at regular intervals. Once the payment has been confirmed, you will receive a notification by email and the transaction data will be sent to a script of your choice, which can then be used to process the order and populate your database.Development, Internet, Software | Leave a comment July 21, 2011
Ever received one of those domain renewal notices from companies such as “Domain Registry of America” or “Domain Renewal Group” claiming that your domain is about to expire and you need to renew with them?
Why has nobody done anything about this?Business, Internet | Leave a comment July 19, 2011
The eggtcl project is a repository of approved TCL scripts for eggdrop that allow you to easily update them as new versions are released.
Development | Leave a comment July 14, 2011
The plan is to maintain a library collection of good quality eggdrop tcl scripts to ensure the longevity of this project and the eggdrop project.
I’ve been thinking about retiring this site for some time now, but have been toying with the pros and cons.
A decision had to be made.Business, Development, Hardware, Internet, Security, Software, Sysadmin | Tagged phurix | Leave a comment June 1, 2011
I noticed an unusual email when I checked my Gmail account today.
Sure it was spam, but this one was tagged with a “Password” tag, a tag that I used to filter any emails that contain an old password.
Low and behold there was my password displayed right in the email. So, of course, the first thing to do was to check the email headers to see how the email was routed.
I could not believe it! Continue reading →Posted in Security | Tagged email, friendster, hacked, password, security, spam | 8 Comments ← Older posts Newer posts →