Rubic - Remote admin tool for ubic
This is Ubic::Ping::Service on steroids.
See also Mojolicious::Plugin::Ubic.
$ rubic daemon --listen http://*:5000
Look for "Base path" in the output. Example:
[Sun Nov 17 13:45:06 2013] [info] Base path: /e3927cec591094d8294dfff30f1110f3
Point your browser at
Set your own "Base path" instead of using the auto-generated. This should be something very long to make it "impossible" to brute force.
Possible to configure the application using a config file in Perl format.
- What is ubic?
- Why this weird "Base path"?
Just to make it a bit safer, without requiring user/password. It is possible to make it safer by mouting the plugin in your own Mojolicious application, where you can add any sort of authentication you want.
- What about SSL support?
It should be supported out of the box if you install IO::Socket::SSL:
$ rubic daemon --listen https://*:5000
See "listen" in Mojo::Server::Daemon for more inforation about the
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
Jan Henning Thorsen -