How to Open Ports in Linux

Linux runs the world and we all know it. It is the backbone of most servers and network devices. Whitelisting or opening a port in Linux is a common and…

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Google Dorks Cheat Sheet

Search Filters: 1. allintext: Searches for occurrences of all the keywords given within the text of a webpage. Example: HTMLallintext:"keyword" 2. intext: Searches for the occurrences of keywords all at…

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How to Ping a Port in Linux

Pinging a port in Linux is a routine operation any dev or engineer needs to do in their day to day life. While it is such an important operation which…

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CMD Commands Cheat Sheet

Basic Navigation: BAT (Batchfile)cd [directory_path] # Change the current directory. dir [directory_path] # List directory contents. mkdir [directory_name] # Create a new directory. File Operations: BAT (Batchfile)copy [source] [destination] #…

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GDB Cheat Sheet

Running Bashgdb <program> [core dump] # Start GDB (with optional core dump). gdb --args <program> <args…> # Start GDB and pass arguments. gdb --pid <pid> # Start GDB and attach…

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How to Edit Files in Linux

Linux is a powerful kernel with a powerful terminal and command line interface. This interfaces provides users with a wide variety of tools and commands to edit a file or…

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How to Open GZ Files in Linux

GZ files are alson called as the gzip compresses files are more commonly encountered in the Linux environment for compression. These files are compressed using the gzip compression algorithm and…

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