You are accessing this site over plain HTTP. If you go
to https://www.kubat.nl then
you will get network encryption.
Just as is the case with most personal websites, this won't be of
any use to you. But if you have really nothing better to do...
- Blogaria: A collection of
snippets that I can't find any other spot for.
- Bored section: random
pictures taken by mobile phone whilst having nothing better to do.
is a bs generator for corporate e-mail memo's.
- C-conf is a very light-weight
automake-like tool to help in the construction of C/C++ programs on
different platforms. It works fine with standard GNU make (doesn't
require e.g. cmake).
- Cookies are random witty
quotes that I've schlepped around with me for quite some
while. You can see my collection of cookies, a Unix cookie program,
and a few tips on how to use all this.
- Cycliclog, C++ API and
commandline tools to make logfiles that "fold back" on themselves
and don't grow.
- Dial Whatever: incase
you wonder whether there's a nifty nerdy word hidden in your phone
- Dnspb: a DNS proxy/balancer.
This is a serspace program that forwards incoming UDP or TCP DNS
requests to a number of back ends.
- FCH was my first useful C
fe is a file encryption utility
that has some fancy tricks. It can start processes, with its
crypto layer transparently "transcrypting" during the reads and
writes that the processes do.
fswatch is a filesystem
watcher: it checks for changes under a given directory and runs a
command when a change is seen. Great for continuous builds and
- HammerServer is a
networked process where arbitrary data are stored and can be
retrieved. The server makes sure that data tampering (e.g., by a
malevolent database administrator) is detected. Hence, the
HammerServer provides ``tamper-resistance''. The next step in
security would be probably a tamper-free log - which is very hard to
achieve and involves specialized hardware. It's a Perl
- His is a replacement for your
shell's history command. It collects your typed commands and
stores them in a little Sqlite3 database. Whatever was typed, is
immediately searchable (also in other terminals) and you can quickly
find it later, also using wildcard searches.
- Jpeginfo: a tiny tool in C
to show information about jpeg images.
- Kalk is a C-like calculator
that I still use.
- Lectures are
presentations of some of my lectures. Downloadable in PDF format.
- Microproxy is my tiny
C++ proxy for http and https.
- MSC is my collection of Missing
Shell Commands. Basically bash commands that I feel
extremely unconfortable without.
- Nasa Pics is a collection
of cherished astronomy images.
- Off The Grid, my page on Steve
Gibson's hand-usable encryption.
- PGP Key lists my public PGP
key and fingerprint, incase you want to mail me and wish to use a
- Posters, silly stuff.
- SafeEdit is
yet-another-tiny-Perl-script that I use for -- yes, safe
- Simple Listserv is
very simplistic replacement for the venerable "listserv" program.
Simplistic, and very easy to set up.
- Syscheck is stil
yet-another-tiny-Perl-script which reads a configuration file and
can check the health of a Unix system. I use it to make servers
self-healing, so I don't have to watch them.
Tcp-fwd is a smart balancer/forwarder
for TCP connections, written in Python.
- Wallpapers are some of my
desktop photos that brighten up my lappie.
- XML tools, a wrapper around some
simple Perl and Java stuff for XML handling.
- Groningen Tuesday September 26th
- Temperature 19°C (H 19°, L 19°)
- No precipitation
It's always the same in this datacenter.
- e-tunity is a Dutch ICT company, of which I'm
- Crossroads is my pet project, a level5 TCP balancer
/ failover utility. It also does fancy tricks for the HTTP
protocol (level7). Check out --
- Easy SVN Viewer, one of the packages at public.e-tunity.com, also has
its separate project page on freshmeat. It
allows one to set up a web-based Subversion repository browser
really quick, via just one cgi-based Perl script that handles all.