Troubleshooting MongoDB Service Failure: Resolving code=exited, status=48 Error


When managing a MongoDB server, encountering issues with the service can be frustrating. One such issue is the code=exited, status=48 error, which indicates that the MongoDB service failed to start due to the port 27017 being already in use. This comprehensive guide will help you understand the root cause of this error and provide step-by-step instructions to resolve it. Understanding the Error...

How does a password manager work?


Whether you are using a password or not, one way to make your password safer is by using a password manager. A password manager creates, stores, and remembers passwords for the user. Password managers can also help to deliver stronger and more complicated passwords assisting intelligent users in choosing better passwords—and there;s a lot more that we’ll dive into. Password managers are...



The person who enables the debt of Google cloud technologies is the certified Google cloud Professional Cloud Architect. The Professional Cloud Architect designs, develop the solutions, manages the robust, scalable. For the dedrivation of the business objective, dynamic solutions are created when he understands the Google technology and cloud architecture. In all aspects, the proficiency of cloud...

How To Start a Web Security Business?


The advancements in the field of technology over the years have enabled companies to run their business without any boundaries of space and time. Today, customers can easily buy insurance, smartphones, other types of products and services online.  On the other hand, retailers can reach potential customers, who are living in different parts of the world.  The increasing dependence on the...

How to Clear Cookies on Android


Cookies are simply the bits of data created each time one visits a site on the internet. They play a vital role in remembering user-specific data such as logins, shopping cart items, and visited pages, thus making it easier to open said pages in the future. Thanks to this data, websites can “remember” us and make our browsing experience easier and more convenient. Why Clearing Cookies on Your...

Bulk Resize and Compress Images with Python and Pillow


As a web developer, I have come across websites that performed very poorly in terms of loading speed. The main reason being they had too many unoptimized images. Generally, images have to be optimized through resizing and compression to save bandwidth both for the webserver and viewer. Thanks to advancements in image compression, we now have image formats such as webp which require very less...

How to Generate Unique Slug in Laravel


Those coming from WordPress will be very much familiar with the term slug. For those who are new, Slug is the part of the URL that comes after the domain name. The slug provides a unique identity to any page on a website. On content management systems like WordPress, the slug is automatically generated from the title. Slugs play an important role in search engine optimization. A well-optimized...

How to Disable CSRF protection on specific Routes in Laravel


Laravel is built with security in mind and hence it comes with a lot of built-in security features. One of these major security features is cross-site request forgery (CSRF) protection. The csrf vulnerability allows anyone to imitate forms on a site and make forged requests to modify or retrieve data.  Laravel generates a csrf token for every user session. Using the csrf token, laravel can...

How to Host Multiple Websites on a Nginx Server


I have been using Nginx as the preferred web server for most of my web projects. It is very efficient than apache, which I used initially for my projects. It didn’t take long to find out the limitations of apache as the traffic grew.  After spending some time researching solutions, eventually, I came across Nginx. Its performance and efficiency simply amazed me. If we compare two separate...

Close Terminal without Killing Running Processes on Linux with Tmux


When connecting remotely to a Linux server, all the processes or scripts started by you through the terminal run as long as you are connected to the server. As soon as you close the terminal, the processes started by you will get terminated.  I faced this issue when I was new to Linux servers. The naive me ran scripts through cronjobs and the issue was temporarily sorted out for me. It did...


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