How to know if you use PHP

A curious way to find out if a web page has been developed with php or not.

* PHPB8B5F2A0-3C92-11d3-A3A9-4C7B08C10000 – Credits Php
* PHPE9568F34-D428-11d2-A769-00AA001ACF42 – Logo Php
* PHPE9568F35-D428-11d2-A769-00AA001ACF42 – Zend Logo
* PHPE9568F36-D428-11d2-A769-00AA001ACF42 – Easter Egg

Let’s take an example: if this link gives us the credits of Php it will be because this page is developed with this language, how can you verify that is developed in Php.
However in the case returns an error page because it is not developed with Php.

We will also be able to perform the tests with another code (for example to obtain the Php logo):

Combine this trick with the observation of the http headers that the server uses for example to respond to this Firefox extension: live http
headers … if you notice something similar to “X-Powered-By:
PHP / 5.1.6 “or something that contains the keyword” PHP “will be another evidence that the page we are visiting is developed with Php.

Source: tufuncion

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Valentine’s Day

Well, I’m not much of this day 🙂 (ok, I know today is not valentine, it was yesterday) but I just wanted to thank my girl for her gift, which made me very excited 😉

Sometimes the simplest and cheapest, what we do with our own hands, is what most illusion does.


Who was going to say it, that I would have more time in exams than after them … that is not possible, they put us jobs on all sides.

These mornings I have spent in the scholarship, which already owed almost 40 hours, plus the work, but some personal project .. I do not give enough.

With so much trajin paqui palla of information in the new USB, I begin to tire and I came up with the idea of ​​reassembling the server, but this time at home.

The idea would be to get the PIII to 1000 Mhz with two hard drives (currently has Ubuntu) install the SSH service to connect remotely and also put an FTP server.

I had also thought to use the fixed, a PIV with windows XP and leave it all day on, put the SSH or windows remote desktop, not the VNC, because the last time has given me problems, there must be a bug or something because when I put it outside the firewall of the router to streamline services, that’s a queue. (I’ll have to investigate to see what I find)

Another possibility would be to catch the solaris 10 that I have out there or some BSD but that would require more time (of which I do not have) to configure it correctly since I have never touched them.

The other thing would be that of the fixed one I trusted, but of the servant .. the last times that I have tried to place it at home, when I give it a lot of cane, the fan of the micro stops and gets like an oven, almost at 69 degrees some times.
And I do not want this to happen when I’m not at home because I’m afraid of catching fire or something (weird things have been seen)

I know there are people who put them in their homes, maybe if I had a laptop and I could take it to the balcony … xD would be something else.

Here I leave some photos of the server of a friend whom I helped to mount it.

Apart from the server we also set up the local network, another 3 computers and a virtual POS.
Well, that, if someone has any suggestions regarding the installation of a server at home, I accept everything 🙂