It's a real pain to remember which whois server to use for which kinds of queries. The geektools.com whois proxy takes care of all that for you, interfacing with the correct
whois server for your query. This version avoids all of the assorted nastiness that comes along with executing programs on your server using user input, as it directly connects
to the geektools whois proxy.
The geektools.com guys have done a considerable amount of work on the proxy, which is available from their site. ISPs who
plan on using this code are encouraged to run their own local copy of the geektools proxy, and save the load on whois.geektools.com.
This class provides an interface to poppassd, a commonly used daemon to enable password changes via the network, particularly using the Eudora mail client. Take care to ensure
the safety of your password data in transit! I recommend using this script only over SSL.
I needed a quick way to switch quickly between MySQL and MS SQL Server for applications, so I wrote two classes, that provide a modular, consistent API that can be used for
either database. Changing out your DB is as easy as dropping in the proper DB_whatever.php file into the dir that DB.php lives in, then changing the $dbtype var before you
This class will, given a symbol, retrieve various pieces of information from Yahoo!'s stock quotes. It uses Yahoo's nifty .csv download option. It also works for the various
indices, so long as you use the proper Yahoo! symbol for the index you want info on.