Here’s a list of some projects I work on.
Older projects that are no longer maintained are listed at the very bottom.
Oh Dear! is a modern website uptime monitoring service that goes beyond just checking your homepage. Oh Dear! gives you multi-location uptime monitoring, status pages to communicate with your clients and a crawler that reports broken links & mixed content on your entire site. We also monitor SSL certificates extensively and provide plenty of different notification options.
Older archived projects
This list serves as a memory of projects that I no longer actively work on. Some of them are still very functional, but don't get regular updates.
This list contains some of the bigger projects, but I have plenty of small tools & scripts available on my Github page.
|Name||What was it?||Year|
|mojah.be||An online archive of relevant bitcoin mailing lists, presented with a clean UI.||2018|
|MARC||A web-based, clean mailing list archiver. It mirrored popular open source projects' mailing lists. The named referenced "Mailing List Archiver".||2016|
|cron.weekly||A weekly newsletter with Linux and open source news.||2015|
|Drupal EngineHack Detector||A website that allows you to scan a Drupal installation for evidence of the EngineHack attack.||2015|
|Infinite File Downloader||The Infinite File Download. Why? Because!||2014|
|DNS Change Notifier||A very simple script that will monitor the DNS of a domain and will alert the user whenever that domain changes DNS. This eventually lead to the creation of DNS Spy.||2012|
|Varnish URL Purger||A very basic example of how to purge Varnish URLs from PHP using simple HTTP sockets.||2012|
|Undo Default WordPress Formatting plugin||This is a small plugin that fixes a small annoyance in WordPress, by replacing single/double quotes and dashes by the pretty HTML form.||2012|
|QuickDiff||A very simple script to take the input from 2 text-fields, and show you the difference between them in a visually appealing way, with the ability to share the results. Basically it's just a parser of the diff output from Linux.||2011|
|Varnish Configuration Templates||A set of useful Varnish templates to be used in popular Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, ForkCMS, ... systems. Also contains a few valuable cookie cleaning parts and general goodness.||2011|
|Firefox Extension: the 'shortlink revealer'||A firefox extension that, upon mouseover of a URL, will show you the actual target of that URL - not the bit.ly or other shortlink.||2011|
|WikiLeaks' Mirror Parser||A quick script created to parse the WikiLeaks' mirrors, and match them to their ISP via RIPE WHOIS requests. This was useful to identify possible DDoS entries, as WikiLeaks is (at the time of writing), under heavy attack and their mirrors are potential targets too.||2010|
|Extended Mail Header Parser||Developed because the normal parsers didn't do what I wanted. It takes the mailheaders as input, and retrieves all relevant information, and shows you the paths this e-mail went by to get to its destination. All headers (regex patterns, explanations etc.) are in a database, so it's easy to expand further (where I'll add additional headers, as I encounter them).||2010|
|Encoder / Decoder||A simple tool to obfuscate content. Can be used to facilitate the bypassing of IDS of IPS systems, and check website validation forms.||2010|
|Scouts Lint||A Dutch boyscouts website, where I developed the PHP backend. A wiki-style approach where a random URL could be entered to start creating a page. All content is database driven.||2008|
|SEO Analyzer||Once started in the idea that I could easily create a Search Engine Optimization analyzer, that could quickly browse a page and show recommendations on how to improve the SEO. Turns out, it was harder than expected, and now abandoned.||2007|
|CodeBase||A project-management solution, built so I could more easily share source code of developed projects, and keep track of time management. Only that first part actually got developed.||2004|