Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Android Wireless Apps

Below are some wireless applications for the Android platform.

HTML and CSS how to guides

The two links below offer beginning guides to HTML and CSS.


ScanPlanner is a web site that performs NMAP scans for a remote URL or IP address.


Etherwall is a free and open source network security tool that prevents Man in The Middle (MITM) through ARP Spoofing/Poisoning attacks.


LXLE is a desktop Linux distribution based on Lubuntu and featuring the LXDE desktop environment.  It is built from Ubuntu's LTS (long-term support) releases.

Zentyal Server

Zentyal is a full-featured Linux server for small and medium businesses that you can set up in less than 30 minutes.


LightZone is a digital darkroom software for Windows/Mac/Linux; it could be considered a free open-source alternative to Adobe LightRoom.


ShareX is a free and open source screen capture utility as well as an image editor.


Mongoose is a cross-platform portable web server.  It supports several features such as CGI and WebDev.


How to display the Administrative Tools with Windows 8.1

To display the shortcuts for the standard Administrative Tools with Windows 8.1, access Settings from the Charms menu.  Click on the Tiles menu selection and then slide the dialog box for “Show administrative tools.”


PowerShell Formatting Examples

PowerShell has several formatting options available.  The Format-Wide cmdlet will display a single property in wide format.


You can use more columns with the –Column parameter.


The Format-Table cmdlet displays output as a table.


The –Autosize parameter will attempt to squeeze as much as it can within the display.


The Format-List cmdlet lists output in a list.


The Out-GridView cmdlet will create a separate dialog box.  The data can be sorted by clicking on the column heading in question.


The Format-Custom offers additional options such as Format-Custom –Depth 3.