Live Currency Conversion For Multi-Currency E-Commerce Websites

by on Apr.15, 2016, under Internet, Links, Programming

If your E-Commerce website requires to display the product value in multiple currency based on user’s choice, it requires a conversion from base currency. This piece of utility will directly do the currency conversion based on live exchange rates. This utility used from google finance currency conversion module to perform the conversion and provide the output value.

Utility Usage:
http://currency.tekbytz.com/?amount=<amount>&from=<from currency>&to=<to currency>

Sample Usage:




The below currency format/codes are supported

  • United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED)
  • Afghan Afghani (AFN)
  • Albanian Lek (ALL)
  • Armenian Dram (AMD)
  • Netherlands Antillean Guilder (ANG)
  • Angolan Kwanza (AOA)
  • Argentine Peso (ARS)
  • Australian Dollar (A$)
  • Aruban Florin (AWG)
  • Azerbaijani Manat (AZN)
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina Convertible Mark (BAM)
  • Barbadian Dollar (BBD)
  • Bangladeshi Taka (BDT)
  • Bulgarian Lev (BGN)
  • Bahraini Dinar (BHD)
  • Burundian Franc (BIF)
  • Bermudan Dollar (BMD)
  • Brunei Dollar (BND)
  • Bolivian Boliviano (BOB)
  • Brazilian Real (R$)
  • Bahamian Dollar (BSD)
  • Bitcoin (฿)
  • Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN)
  • Botswanan Pula (BWP)
  • Belarusian Ruble (BYR)
  • Belize Dollar (BZD)
  • Canadian Dollar (CA$)
  • Congolese Franc (CDF)
  • Swiss Franc (CHF)
  • Chilean Unit of Account (UF) (CLF)
  • Chilean Peso (CLP)
  • CNH (CNH)
  • Chinese Yuan (CN¥)
  • Colombian Peso (COP)
  • Costa Rican Colón (CRC)
  • Cuban Peso (CUP)
  • Cape Verdean Escudo (CVE)
  • Czech Republic Koruna (CZK)
  • German Mark (DEM)
  • Djiboutian Franc (DJF)
  • Danish Krone (DKK)
  • Dominican Peso (DOP)
  • Algerian Dinar (DZD)
  • Egyptian Pound (EGP)
  • Eritrean Nakfa (ERN)
  • Ethiopian Birr (ETB)
  • Euro (€)
  • Finnish Markka (FIM)
  • Fijian Dollar (FJD)
  • Falkland Islands Pound (FKP)
  • French Franc (FRF)
  • British Pound (£)
  • Georgian Lari (GEL)
  • Ghanaian Cedi (GHS)
  • Gibraltar Pound (GIP)
  • Gambian Dalasi (GMD)
  • Guinean Franc (GNF)
  • Guatemalan Quetzal (GTQ)
  • Guyanaese Dollar (GYD)
  • Hong Kong Dollar (HK$)
  • Honduran Lempira (HNL)
  • Croatian Kuna (HRK)
  • Haitian Gourde (HTG)
  • Hungarian Forint (HUF)
  • Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
  • Irish Pound (IEP)
  • Israeli New Sheqel (₪)
  • Indian Rupee (Rs.)
  • Iraqi Dinar (IQD)
  • Iranian Rial (IRR)
  • Icelandic Króna (ISK)
  • Italian Lira (ITL)
  • Jamaican Dollar (JMD)
  • Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
  • Japanese Yen (¥)
  • Kenyan Shilling (KES)
  • Kyrgystani Som (KGS)
  • Cambodian Riel (KHR)
  • Comorian Franc (KMF)
  • North Korean Won (KPW)
  • South Korean Won (₩)
  • Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)
  • Cayman Islands Dollar (KYD)
  • Kazakhstani Tenge (KZT)
  • Laotian Kip (LAK)
  • Lebanese Pound (LBP)
  • Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR)
  • Liberian Dollar (LRD)
  • Lesotho Loti (LSL)
  • Lithuanian Litas (LTL)
  • Latvian Lats (LVL)
  • Libyan Dinar (LYD)
  • Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
  • Moldovan Leu (MDL)
  • Malagasy Ariary (MGA)
  • Macedonian Denar (MKD)
  • Myanmar Kyat (MMK)
  • Mongolian Tugrik (MNT)
  • Macanese Pataca (MOP)
  • Mauritanian Ouguiya (MRO)
  • Mauritian Rupee (MUR)
  • Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR)
  • Malawian Kwacha (MWK)
  • Mexican Peso (MX$)
  • Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
  • Mozambican Metical (MZN)
  • Namibian Dollar (NAD)
  • Nigerian Naira (NGN)
  • Nicaraguan Córdoba (NIO)
  • Norwegian Krone (NOK)
  • Nepalese Rupee (NPR)
  • New Zealand Dollar (NZ$)
  • Omani Rial (OMR)
  • Panamanian Balboa (PAB)
  • Peruvian Nuevo Sol (PEN)
  • Papua New Guinean Kina (PGK)
  • Philippine Peso (Php)
  • PKG (PKG)
  • Pakistani Rupee (PKR)
  • Polish Zloty (PLN)
  • Paraguayan Guarani (PYG)
  • Qatari Rial (QAR)
  • Romanian Leu (RON)
  • Serbian Dinar (RSD)
  • Russian Ruble (RUB)
  • Rwandan Franc (RWF)
  • Saudi Riyal (SAR)
  • Solomon Islands Dollar (SBD)
  • Seychellois Rupee (SCR)
  • Sudanese Pound (SDG)
  • Swedish Krona (SEK)
  • Singapore Dollar (SGD)
  • St. Helena Pound (SHP)
  • Slovak Koruna (SKK)
  • Sierra Leonean Leone (SLL)
  • Somali Shilling (SOS)
  • Surinamese Dollar (SRD)
  • São Tomé & Príncipe Dobra (STD)
  • Salvadoran Colón (SVC)
  • Syrian Pound (SYP)
  • Swazi Lilangeni (SZL)
  • Thai Baht (THB)
  • Tajikistani Somoni (TJS)
  • Turkmenistani Manat (TMT)
  • Tunisian Dinar (TND)
  • Tongan Paʻanga (TOP)
  • Turkish Lira (TRY)
  • Trinidad & Tobago Dollar (TTD)
  • New Taiwan Dollar (NT$)
  • Tanzanian Shilling (TZS)
  • Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH)
  • Ugandan Shilling (UGX)
  • US Dollar ($)
  • Uruguayan Peso (UYU)
  • Uzbekistani Som (UZS)
  • Venezuelan Bolívar (VEF)
  • Vietnamese Dong (₫)
  • Vanuatu Vatu (VUV)
  • Samoan Tala (WST)
  • Central African CFA Franc (FCFA)
  • East Caribbean Dollar (EC$)
  • Special Drawing Rights (XDR)
  • West African CFA Franc (CFA)
  • CFP Franc (CFPF)
  • Yemeni Rial (YER)
  • South African Rand (ZAR)
  • Zambian Kwacha (1968–2012) (ZMK)
  • Zambian Kwacha (ZMW)
  • Zimbabwean Dollar (2009) (ZWL)

Source : Google Finance

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Bypassing websense using proxy

by on Mar.27, 2012, under Internet

In many of the corporate and government institutions usage of internet is restricted using content filtering software’s like websense. Websense is commonly used software for content filtering and monitoring the internet activity so as to restrict the employees visiting the internet sites while at work. Websense is designed to block the site content in several categories like adult content, entertainment, drugs,  games, sports, peer-to-peer sharing, gambling, instant messaging, emails, health, illegal, job search, religion, travel, violence, weapons, advertisements, freeware, software download, pay to surf, malicious website and many more. The software also tracks individual internet usage for the purpose of collecting and reporting on any browsing deviating from the standards set by the library, government or other employer, and its reports can be data drilled by risk class, category, URL, application, user, workstation, dates, and more

The concept behind Websense is simple, whenever an employee attempts to visit a specific webpage; a request is generated and then passes through a firewall. Websense looks at this request and it allows or disallows the request depending on if the requested URL is in the Websense database. In transparent mode, Websense counts on the fact that the firewall will forward the whole request in a single time. If the whole request is not transferred at one time, Websense will allow the packet to pass, as the packet doesn’t look like a HTTP request. If you want to bypass Websense and browse any page, you can use several techniques to bypass Websense’s filtering and authentication process.


Bypassing Websense using a Web Proxy

One method used to bypass Websense is to use a web-based proxy site. With a web proxy, Websense sees you browse to the web proxy and not to the web site you are actually browsing to. You can browse to the web based proxy site, and then the web proxy browses to the web site you actually wanted to visit. The reason that these web proxies are able to bypass Websense is the ‘S’ in the HTTP address (https://) stands for secure connection and Websense does not block such secured connections. This is probably the simplest way to get around the Websense program as it takes little time and no one will wonder what you are up to.  To find a current web proxy, visit proxy page. 


Creating your own Web proxy

The constraint with the above practice is that the web based proxy site could be blocked under the category “proxy” in websense because these are commonly used proxy site. The alternate approach is that you can build your own proxy site if can afford for a web hosting. PHP Web proxy is an open source tool that can be deployed in your website and enable your website for web proxy access. Here the constraint is that you website could be blocked in any of the other categories mentioned above. For this you could make your website as HTTPS enable using RAPIDSSL or any of the cheap or free SSL certificates.

Bypassing Websense using HTTP Tunneling

You can also bypass Websense by using HTTP Tunneling. HTTP Tunneling programs work well to bypass Websense. Most programs also come with options, which help you to destroy the history of your Internet and Widows activity. What this means is that you can ensure comfort and security of your online activities and can spoof your web browser information. One can download HTTP Tunneling software programs from the Internet for free or inexpensively. HTTP Tunnel software consists of client-server HTTP Tunneling applications that integrate with existing application software, permitting them to be used in conditions of restricted network connectivity including firewall networks, networks behind proxy servers, and NATs.


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