After nine years fortypoundhead.com is moving off to a new domain. Due to lack of use of the many features of this site, I have decided to move the content to a blog platform, wherein people can still get the information they need, and I don't need to maintain the many and varied features of the site, other than content
This page contains a few tools which may be helpful in your travels around the 'net. Just click the heading above each paragraph to access the tool.
If there is something you'd like to see here, drop me a note by clicking on the Contact Us link in the menu above. I'll see what I can do to get the tool you need.
Completely searchable and browsable database of default usernames and passwords for networking equipment.
Get your point across by using some of todays newest and cutting edge buzzword phrases, using this tool to generate them!
Generate one or many random passwords, of lengths you specify, containing numbers and letters. This one just makes some random number/letter combinations.
Use this tool to perform an NSLookup against a domain or IP address. Find host names, MX records, and more.
This password maker is a bit better - it gives you readable, pronounceable passwords. Note that the passwords might be in 1337-speak. Also, this does come from a dictionary, so it is crack-able. Always review the results before putting the output into use in a production environment.
Your IP Address, as is publicy visible. If you are behind a proxy of some sort, this will show you what the proxy's external IP Address is.
Here is a another password maker! This one actually creates truly random passwords, but not just gibberish. Creation rules attempt to make the passwords pronounceable, but still nonsense words that do not appear in any dictionary. Except by coincendence, of course.
Give this tool a full or partial zip code, and it will be able to tell you what city and state it belongs to. Even displays the county, latitude, and longitude.
Just like the name says. Given an IP address, this will give all info about the subnet.
I hate fractions. Converting decimals to fractions is a pain. If you're like me, you need a bit of help, so I've added this converter tool to assist with the chore of conversion.
A rainbow of flavors, this will give you a taste of the mixing of colors that can be accomplished with HTML color codes.
Ever wonder what other folks are viewing? Use this tool to check out what might be bothering other folks around the world.
Convert from bytes to kilobytes to megabytes to gigabytes to terabytes all on one screen.