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Month: September 2014

How to string replace on all WordPress posts in MySQL

Learn how to replace content in your MySQL database in bulk with MySQL REPLACE. Sometimes it’s useful to know how to bulk edit content in your WordPress MySQL database, using MySQL’s REPLACE() function. Here is how to string replace content in WordPress wp_posts table to bulk edit WordPress posts through MySQL. 747 views Did this …

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Conditionally start Application Pools on remote IIS web servers

Start all stopped application pools that have Autostart set to true Start stopped application pools with AppCmd or PowerShell in a loop. In my routine, I occasionally have to start multiple website application pools when they are in a stopped state. On more than one web server. Being a lazy system administrator, I find it …

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Exploit PHP’s mail() to get remote code execution

Exploit PHP’s mail() function to perform remote code execution, under rare circumstances. 4,087 views Did this post helped you solve a problem? Or dit you find it interesting? Support Sysadmins of the North with a direct donation via Paypal of by bank wire transfer IBAN: NL31 ABNA 0432217258 (Jan Reilink). Just $ 5,- or € …

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