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Decorative Letter Animations (Codrops)
Скрипт для анимации эффектного появления заголовков.
design  typography  fonts  animation  scripts  library 
yesterday by jvetrau
Top Pens of 2017 (CodePen)
Рейтинг самых популярных в 2017 году скриптов на CodePen.
design  coding  scripts  list  links 
yesterday by jvetrau
9% of Popular Websites Use Anti-Adblock Scripts
Around 9% of today's most popular websites deployed or are deploying anti-adblock scripts in an effort to maintain advertising revenues and fight off the rise in the adoption of ad-blocking extensions.
The percentage comes from a research project carried out by academics from the University of Iowa and University of California-Riverside that reviewed the use of anti-adblock scripts in the past five years.
Researchers looked for two of the most popular anti-adblock solutions, namely Anti-Adblock Killer List and the Combined EasyList (Adblock Warning Removal List + Anti-Adblock sections in EasyList).
These are scripts that are loaded on a website that try to detect if the user is employing an ad-blocking extension and allows sites to show a notification through which they ask the user to allow ads on the site by disabling the ad blocker or by whitelisting the site.
scripts  adblock  advertising  web2.0 
2 days ago by rgl7194
YJL: Terminal 256 colors scripts
[...] but this script did bring back the time I tried to make my terminal emulator to display 256 colors correctly. Nowadays, you shouldnt have any issues for having 256 color support [...]
colour  terminal  screenshots  2013  blogpost  textui  unix  linux  links  software  scripts  xterm 
5 days ago by ezequiel
Elegant locking of BASH program - Say what?
I want to block program from running twice simultaneously. Why would I want such a thing? Lets say you have a program that creates the directory /tmp/prog and update files inside this directory. If you run the program twice at the same time, files inside this directory will get clobbered. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  scripts  til_flock  unix 
6 days ago by booyaa
flock(1): Manage locks from shell scripts - Linux man page
This utility manages flock(2) locks from within shell scripts or the command line. The first and second forms wraps the lock around the executing a command, in a manner similar to su(1) or newgrp(1). via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  scripts  til_flock  unix 
6 days ago by booyaa
scheduling - Prevent duplicate cron jobs running - Server Fault
To solve the problem I made the script look for the existence of a particular file ("lockfile.txt") and exit if it exists or touch it if it doesn't. But this is a pretty lousy semaphore! Is there a best practice that I should know about? Should I have written a daemon instead? via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  scripts  til_flock  unix 
6 days ago by booyaa
linux - Run cron job only if it isn't already running - Stack Overflow
So I'm trying to set up a cron job as a sort of watchdog for a daemon that I've created. If the daemon errors out and fails, I want the cron job to periodically restart it... via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  scripts  til_flock  unix 
6 days ago by booyaa
Updated API version + Python 2 version of https://stackoverflow.com/a/34469893/2265500
Automatically create myrepos profiles for all the gitlab repositories you have access to!
scripts  git  gitlab  devops 
7 days ago by ash
No boundaries for user identities: Web trackers exploit browser login managers
We show how third-party scripts exploit browsers’ built-in login managers (also called password managers) to retrieve and exfiltrate user identifiers without user awareness. To the best of our knowledge, our research is the first to show that login managers are being abused by third-party scripts for the purposes of web tracking.
The underlying vulnerability of login managers to credential theft has been known for years. Much of the past discussion has focused on password exfiltration by malicious scripts through cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. Fortunately, we haven’t found password theft on the 50,000 sites that we analyzed. Instead, we found tracking scripts embedded by the first party abusing the same technique to extract emails addresses for building tracking identifiers.
The image above shows the process. First, a user fills out a login form on the page and asks the browser to save the login. The tracking script is not present on the login page [1]. Then, the user visits another page on the same website which includes the third-party tracking script. The tracking script inserts an invisible login form, which is automatically filled in by the browser’s login manager. The third-party script retrieves the user’s email address by reading the populated form and sends the email hashes to third-party servers.
browser  privacy  security  tracking  advertising  scripts  passwords 
8 days ago by rgl7194
Daring Fireball: Web Trackers Are Exploiting Browser Login Managers
Gunes Acar, Steven Englehardt, and Arvind Narayanan:
First, a user fills out a login form on the page and asks the browser to save the login. The tracking script is not present on the login page [1]. Then, the user visits another page on the same website which includes the third-party tracking script. The tracking script inserts an invisible login form, which is automatically filled in by the browser’s login manager. The third-party script retrieves the user’s email address by reading the populated form and sends the email hashes to third-party servers.
You can test the attack yourself on our live demo page.
Once again I say: the web would be better off if browsers had never added support for scripting. Many of the ads you see on legitimate websites today are effectively malware.
browser  privacy  security  tracking  advertising  daring_fireball  scripts  passwords 
8 days ago by rgl7194
Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes » New Last Played Date v4.5 » Official Download Site
For macOS 10.10 and later. Set Last Played/Last Skipped date of selected tracks to a new date, with option to increase or decrease Plays/Skips, or set to no date and no Plays/Skips.
apple  itunes  scripts 
9 days ago by andyhuey
Customising Raspberry Pi Images with Github and Travis
Over the coming months I am goring to be building upon my raspberry pi rover and over this time I will be needing to change and update the image quite often. I have always been in favour of automating setup rather then taking repeated backups/snapshots of raspberry pi images (as well as other things). So I figured I would start by fully automating the creation and publishing of the raspberry pi images and write up how I accomplished this.

A large amount of this work has already been covered in my post on setting up archlinuxarm on the raspberry pi. This post will look at taking the commands covered in that post and getting them to run in travis via a github repo and publishing the image as to a release on github. Everything in this post can be done for free using public repos and you only require an account on github and travis (which you can login to through your github account).
raspberrypi  archlinux  image  scripts 
13 days ago by bfritz
bash - When to use set -e - Stack Overflow
Yes, you should always use it. People make fun of Visual Basic all the time, saying it's not a real programming language, partly because of its “On Error Resume Next” statement. Yet that is the default in shell! set -e should have been the default. The potential for disaster is just too high.

In places where it's ok for a command to fail, you can use || true or it's shortened form ||:, e.g.

grep Warning build.log ||:
programming  shell  scripting  script  scripts  sh  binsh 
14 days ago by dentarg

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