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    Perl Archive : ISP Utilities : Page 5
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      Internet Protocols and Tools@ (50)
    Ping, finger, whois, traceroute, ftp, nslookup, dns query, host and telnet applications.
    Whois,Finger,Ping,Traceroute,News
      Modules@ (285)
    This section exclusively deals with prewritten code (Perl modules), which are extremely useful to Perl programmers.
      Webmaster Utilities@ (194)
    These programs help make developing web sites a little easier. This section includes color pickers, table generators, HTML code cleanup, etc.
    Backups,SSI Management,Error Handling,Link Verification,Bookmark Converters,Countdown
     
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      WebRSH   

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    WebRSH is a CGI program which implements a general purpose web-based computing shell. It provides a command line interface, file manager, text editor, and a few other basic things, while being highly configurable and adaptable to various tasks.

     (Added: Fri Jul 09 1999 Hits: 416 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      WebUMake   

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     Price: Free   License: GNU GPL

    poplimitd is a daemon process that will monitor your server maillog file for POP3 or IMAP connections. Using configurable settings it monitors the rate of logins based on user account and IP address. If it finds excessive usage, it will send a preconfigured email with the users information to that user asking them to stop it. In the future it will also have the option to block the IP address. On servers that suffer from high POP3/IMAP load, this can dramatically modify user behaviour and limit POP and IMAP connections and load.

     (Added: Thu May 29 2003 Hits: 108 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      WHERE2?   

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    A host redirection and subdomain management script. It allows you to replace any long, complex URL with an easy to remember subdomain host name. This script even allows you to offer subdomains as a free automated service. No SSI required.

     (Added: Sun Aug 15 1999 Hits: 678 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      WhoDomLite V1.0   

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     Price: Free

    WhoDomLite is a free advanced Whois Lookup script used to determine the status of a given domain name. V1.0 Now uses the Shared registry system and supports .com .net .org .co.uk and .org.uk

     (Added: Sat Feb 17 2001 Hits: 708 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      wwwDENY   

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    A script that determines the IP address of the remote visitor, and displays a message based on their IP address. You can direct users in a block like 199.5.* to go to a different page than all other users. It's great for ISPS who are wanting to display daily messages via www to their clients.

     (Added: Mon Mar 06 2000 Hits: 569 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

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