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Date Submitted Wed. Mar. 3rd, 2010 11:13 AM
Revision 1
Beginner wizard04
Tags DOMAIN | Email | IP | mailto | normalize | Parse | URI | URL
Comments 0 comments
Functions for validating, parsing, and normalizing URIs and their parts.
If you find any errors, please leave a comment.

parseURI(str) splits a URI into its parts
parseQueryNumeric(str) splits a query string into its name/value pairs; returns a 2-D array
parseQueryAssociative(str) splits a query string into its name/value pairs; returns an associative array
parseURL(str) splits a URL (i.e., http(s) scheme URI) into its parts
normalizeURLDomain(domain) converts an obscured URL domain to a more readable one
normalizeIPv4(ip) normalizes an IPv4 address
normalizeIPv6(ip) normalizes an IPv6 address
normalizeURLPath(path) converts an obscured URL path to a more readable one
parseMailto(str) splits a mailto scheme URI into its parts
normalizeEmailAddress(str) converts an obscured email address to a more readable one; unfolds and removes comments
fixURL(str, domain) attempts to fix a URL if needed
fixHyperlink(str, domain, allowMailto) attempts to fix a hyperlink address (http(s) or mailto) if needed

For URLs, note that IPvFuture addresses are not supported.
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Date Submitted Wed. Jul. 15th, 2009 1:54 AM
Revision 1
Scripter Cloudgen
Tags address | ASP | IP | Ping | VBSCRIPT
Comments 0 comments
This VBScript provides the functionality for ping an ip address remotely by an IIS server. This file require IIS to access the ping.exe. see How can a ping an ip address remotely by ASP
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Date Submitted Sun. Jul. 12th, 2009 10:07 PM
Revision 1
Scripter Cloudgen
Tags DOMAIN | Email | Expression | Level | Regular | Top
Comments 0 comments
The regular expression include the following:
Local part include (at least 2 characters):
1. Uppercase and lowercase English letters (a-z, A-Z)
2. Digits 0 through 9
3. Characters ! # $ % & ' * + - / = ? ^ _ ` { | } ~
4. Character . (dot) provided that it is not the first or last character, and provided also that it does not appear two or more times consecutively.

Top Level Domains include:
1. country-code top-level domains (ISO 3166)
2. generic top-level domains
3. sponsored top-level domains
4. infrastructure top-level domain

Detailed Discussion will be found: The regular expression for checking email
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Date Submitted Sun. Sep. 9th, 2007 12:15 PM
Revision 1
Beginner bala
Tags ASP | VBSCRIPT
Comments 0 comments

If you're using passwords of any type on your site, it is best to keep them random. That way they cannot be easily guessed at by intruders.

First, it's good to know a little about ASCII characters. Every character your keyboard can type is actually represented by a number. So the letter A is represented by 65. The letter Z is represented by 90. So all you need to do is generate a series of random numbers, each number between 65 and 90. That would give you a way to find the equivalent letters.

If you want to include numbers too, those are found between spots 48 and 57. I wouldn't use the spots between 57 and 65 - those are odd characters like colons.




So let's say you want to create a 7 character password that contains a random assortment of letters and numbers. You could do something like this:
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Date Submitted Tue. Sep. 4th, 2007 10:44 PM
Revision 1
Helper explode
Tags autorun | restart | shutdown | vbs | VBSCRIPT
Comments 0 comments
This is a great little script that you can put on a friend's flash drive. It won't do any harm to their computer...it's just funny to watch. Put these 2 files in the "root" of the flash drive, cd, or any type of media/external drive. When they plug it in it will run the autorun script which then runs the shutdown script and restarts their computer! You will get a few laughs out of it...guaranteed!
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Date Submitted Mon. Jun. 25th, 2007 4:21 AM
Revision 1
Syntax Master sundaramkumar
Tags VBSCRIPT | wscript
Comments 0 comments
To get the name of the computer/host
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Date Submitted Mon. Jun. 25th, 2007 4:19 AM
Revision 1
Syntax Master sundaramkumar
Tags VBSCRIPT | wscript
Comments 0 comments
To create a shortcut to an url you can do as follows
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Date Submitted Mon. Jun. 25th, 2007 4:17 AM
Revision 1
Syntax Master sundaramkumar
Tags VBSCRIPT | wscript
Comments 0 comments
If you want to create a shortcut programatically use the code below. Found somewhere on net
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Date Submitted Sun. May. 20th, 2007 10:58 PM
Revision 1
Scripter SecondV
Tags allow | deny | DOMAIN | PHP | post
Comments 3 comments
This small snippet will not allow _POST requests from a 'foreign' domain. It relies on the HTTP_REFERER variable.
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