I made a simple Bcrypt hash generator website with Golang

Sometimes when I am working with dummy database I might need to change the password of a generated user. The easiest way to do this is to got to google for a bcrypt generator and then paste the generated hash into the database in order to update the password. This is much quicker than having to write a function to do this for me or to create a new user from scratch. It is also useful if I need to reset a password to an account which I have totally lost access to. Turns out I don’t like many of the bcrypt generators that are out there and the domain bcrypt.fun was available so I figured, why not make my own generator since I already created password.fun.

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Switching From Nginx To Caddy

I am a long time user of Apache, it was the first web server software I learned to use and therefore it felt like a no brainer to always use it. However over the past year I have started using Nginx more and more. It felt foreign at first but once you get a hang of how to configure new hosts and do the initial setup it’s really just as easy to use as Apache and in my current opinion, much better when it comes to memory usage and the amount of requests it can handle. If you want to read more about the differences you can read this post from tutsplus that describes the pros and cons of using either one for a wordpress website (generally the things discussed here applies to most other applications).

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