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4 Strong Reasons Why You Should Use MySQLi And Not MySQL Extenstion


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All my life (till now that is) I have been a self taught programmer and it was like seven years back in 2006 when I first learnt to build my first dynamic website using PHP and MySQL and it has been a long time since then. Well, when I started tutoring PHP and MySQL to…

 Database   Lists  

By Debjit on July 10th
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Groupon India Leaks User Database Via Google Search [E-Mails And Plain-Text Passwords]


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Groupon’s India Subsidiary – SoSasta.com accidentally leaked the e-mail addresses and plain-text passwords of it’s 3 lakh users via Google search. This shows how seriously Indian web businesses take online security.

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By Zenobia on June 28th
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Fedora 15 “LoveLock” To Get MySQL 5.5 & PostGreSQL 9


Fedora 15 “LoveLock” To Get MySQL 5.5 & PostGreSQL 9

Fedora has always kept it’s promise of bringing cutting-edge computer technology to it’s users. It has now been confirmed that Fedora 15 “LoveLock” will ship two database packages: MySQL 5.5 and PostGreSQL 9.

 Database   Linux   News  

By Debjit on December 29th
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How To Use MySql Database in Amarok


How To Use MySql Database in Amarok

By default, Amarok uses SQLite to maintain the library and other data such as ratings, play-counts etc. However, Amarok also comes with support for MySQL databases, although it is not enabled by default. With larger library (like mine which is around 50GB) I find that using MySQLis faster than when using SQLite. So, here is…

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By Ricky on May 27th
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Twitter ditches MySQL for Cassandra


According to Ryan King, a software engineer at Twitter, the MySQL database used in Twitter is going to be replaced by the open source Cassandra data management system. Cassandra is a new types of data handling systems that are powering large Web applications, particularly social networking sites which deal with hundreds of thousands or millions…

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By Ricky on March 1st
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SQL Injection – 1 (Introduction)


In this post we shall discuss a very common method of hacking a website (or rather, a database) called SQL Injection. The object of this post is not to help anyone destroy/deface other websites, but to help you protect your website from such an attack. In this post I shall explain the basics of how…

 Database   Hacks   Programming   Security  

By Ricky on January 31st
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