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This website is the home of a few selfmade web applications using Asp.Net, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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OA 2.x Validation

This is a online tool that enables you to validate OA 2.x SLIC tables and OEM Certificates. This tool will tell you if the uploaded files are valid, what OA version it is for, and if both OA 2.x binary SLIC table and OEM Certificate are uploaded if these match each other.

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OA 2.x SLICCreator

This is a online tool that enables you to create, customize and download valid OA 2.x SLIC tables required for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 w/ or w/o R2 and Windows Server 2012 w/ or w/o R2 to be able to benefit of the OEM activation technique.

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OEM:SLP Key Collection

This is a online OEM:SLP keys collection for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 w/or w/o R2 and Windows Server 2012 that can be used to be able to benefit of the OEM activation technique.

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Online PIDChecker

This is a online tool that enables you to check and validate Windows and Office Applications/Suites Product Keys. This online PIDChecker will provide you various infomation about supplied Product Key, such as the Windows edition what it is for, Product Key Type and much more.

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DNSBL Lookup

At the company I work and also on the server this website is hosted we use SpamAssassin to filter our e-mail messages, In our SpamAssassin configuration we use a few specific DNS based email blacklists. To check ip adresses against our configered DNSBL's I crafted up a webbased application that reports if a submitted IP is listed or not listed in one of our used DNSBL's.

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GeoIP Lookup

Another little expermiment of mine, follow the link below and you'll find a Maxmind GeoIP database with Google Maps Mashup. The GeoIP results may not be 100% accurate, but i am quite satisfied with the result.

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CIDR to RegEx (IP Range Regular Expression Builder)

This is a tool that converts IP Addresses or CIDR IP Ranges to regular expression for that IP (range). At the company I work and also on the server this website is hosted we use these for scripting hMailServer to allow specific hosts, with specific IP adresses to bypass hMailServer's greylisting mechanism (in OnHelo Event). Mail from various hosts like hotmail.com, outlook.com and gmail.com typically rotate servers when trying to deliver e-mails. This would normally not be a problem for greylisting except those services randomly attempt to deliver a single email from any of the mail servers in the pool. The first attempts comes from another server then the second attempt and the third might be attempted from first server again. This could cause a problem with greylisting because it is possible that none of the mail servers will be used more than a few times to try to deliver the email. Thus, none of the servers will get passed the greylisting mechanism.

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