Linux: Allow git repo push over ssh without allowing shell access

If you have a git repo on a server and allow users to push over ssh using their public keys, then you might want to add this to every entry on the authorized_keys file on .ssh

For each ssh pub key on authorized_keys pre-append this

command="./.gitserve",no-port-forwarding,no-agent-forwarding,no-X11-forwarding,no-pty

Where .gitserve is a script allowing only git commands to be executed

#!/bin/bash

exec git-shell -c "$SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND"

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Polldaddy Votes Hack V2

This software is no longer maintained, ┬áthere isn’t going to any updates from me at least. I’ve released the source-code if anyone wants to work on it.

Source code: PolldaddyHack

 

Proof-of-concept:

Seeing as how people were having difficulties using the CLI Polldaddy Hack tool I decided to make a GUI that would make it faster to not only gather the correct Poll answers but to also submit votes faster.

Polldaddy Hack
Polldaddy Hack V2 2013

To use this new tool just download the file zip file and extract the contents. Follow the video below on how to use it.

Download Polldaddy Hack V2
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Polldaddy Votes Hack

[CLICK HERE UPDATED Polldaddy Hack Tool V2]

This post will show you a “proof-of-concept” on how to hack polldaddy polls for unlimited and automated votes

Requirements:

  • Polldaddy Poll URL (ex. http://polldaddy.com/poll/7300120)
  • Poll answer you want to use (ex. PDI_answer33136443)
  • Java installed in your system
  • This PolldaddyHack Java program

To obtain the Poll URL you must have a browser that has a DOM inspector OR that allows you to install firefug extension on it.

Assuming you have “FIREFOX” install firebug from this website

Once that is installed go to where the poll is (ex. bottom of this post).
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Install ownCloud on CentOS 6.4 x86_64

As you may know ownCloud is a wonderful FREE online storage platform that can be install in any kind of environment without those annoying restrictions of max file size, total storage and bandwidth constraints. It can be deployed on almost any box you may have laying around for a quick online storage system. Being free and early in stage it has its minor/major issues when trying to get out its full potential, along the way I’ve done multiple installations trying to make this work as flawless as possible and here is a complete guide on how to install it on CentOS 6.4.

Lets start by assuming you already have a web server running on Centos 6.4 with PHP 5.5 (Important that you have this version), if not then refer to these online guides on how to do so.

CentOS 6.4 Install Guide

PHP 5.5 Install Guide

Webserver Guide

Once you have your webserver up and running we can continue with our installation of ownCloud.

To install ownCloud

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
wget http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/isv:ownCloud:community/CentOS_CentOS-6/isv:ownCloud:community.repo
yum install owncloud

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BlackBerry Engineer Screen (BBEscreen)

This applet will generate an expiration code for the hidden BlackBerry Engineer Screen (BBEscreen)

On your BlackBerry Hold ALT-SHIFT-H

Up should come a screen with information about your device(Help screen). The only info you need is:

Device PIN

App Version

Uptime

Once you’ve gather this information insert it into the applet.

Depending on how many days you want to have the BBEscreen activated you then choose the appropriate code

Afterwards you need to go back to your BlackBerry and enter the code that you’ve chosen, you should now have the BBEscreen

Example input

escreen

example_run_escreen

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