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Change the current directory [cd Command]


[SecuSend] File Encryption [Windows]

SecuSend is a free file encryption application that allows files encryption for multiple recipients. - You can protect files and store them on any media or share them securely with others. - You can encrypt files for specified set of recipients, so only this set of recipients can decrypt files on theirs PC's. - With SecuSend you can quickly and easily encrypt and send any file - without the need for a password. Just add recipients to the recipients list and click "Encrypt".
With SecuSend it's just being Secure in an Insecure World.

[Caesium] Image Compressor [Windows]

Caesiumis a multiple award winning software developed for simplicity and effectiveness.


To customise your Bash command line prompt, you need to modify the .bashrc fi le in your home (~) directory. Chances are that file
already exists (and perhaps there are even prompt-related lines in there already), but any changes you add on the end of the file using a text editor will take precedence, so that’s fine.

We’re going to start by defi ning some colours in the fi le so you can use them in your prompt.

Bash colour codes are as follows:

Black - 0;30
Blue - 0;34
Green - 0;32
Cyan - 0;36
Red - 0;31
Dark Gray - 1;30
Light Blue - 1;34
Light Green - 1;32
Light Cyan - 1;36
Light Red - 1;31
Purple - 0;35
Light Purple - 1;35
Brown - 0;33
Yellow - 1;33
Light Gray - 0;37
White - 1;37
They can be added to the .bashrc file with lines in the following format, in a function:

Next, after defi ning the colours you wish to use, you need to defi ne the prompt itself with a line such as:

export PS1=”${R…


rsync , which stands for ‘remote sync’, is a remote and local file synchronisation tool.
What makes rsync unique is that when it transfers files, it minimises the amount of data copied by only transferring the portions of files that have changed.
While rsync can be used to sync directories on the same system, where it becomes particularly powerful is when it’s used between machines over a network or even the internet.
Extremely straightforward to configure provided you have SSH access to the remote machine, the command to push a directory to a remote machine is simply:
rsync -a username@remote_host:/home/username/remotedir localdir the command to push a file to a remote machine is simply:
rsync filename root@ Additional options for rsync enable features such as compression,
mirroring (be careful of those deletes!) and resume support.
So, if you ever need to transfer multiple files between machines,
there’s likely no better tool than rsync to do it …

How to Use Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

The virtual desktops feature in Windows 10 is called “Task View” and is located on the Taskbar.

Clicking the “Task View” button brings up the Task View interface, where you can see your open windows on virtual desktops you’ve added. When you open the Task View interface for the first time, or you only have one desktop, the “Add a desktop” button is available. Click it to add another virtual desktop.

Now, when you click the “Task View” button, all your desktops display on the Task View interface.


Picture the scene. You’re SSHed into a remote server, doing something really important. You’re just in the middle of running a command on the database whenyour Wi-Fi drops.

You connect back to the server immediately, but you start a new
session and you have no idea if the previous operation completed.

Nightmare! A great solution to this is the ‘screen’ tool.
This is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes, typically interactive shells. 
Each virtual terminal has a separate scrollback history buffer and a copy-and-paste mechanism that allows the user to move text regions between windows. When screen is first opened, it creates a single window with a shell in it (or the specified command) and then gets out of your way so that you can use the program as you normally would. 
Then, at any time, you can create new (full-screen) windows with other programs in them (including more shells), kill the current window, view a list of the active…

The Hack font in Fedora 26/25/24

Reading the always awesome Fedora Magazine, I discovered the Hack Font, just take a look:
$ sudo dnf copr enable heliocastro/hack-fonts $ sudo dnf install hack-fonts

How to hack a WordPress website with WPScan

⧫ WPScan update
Start with the following command to update the WPScan vulnerabilities database:
wpscan –update
⧫ Scanning WordPress vulnerabilities
Then use the following command to scan the target website for possible vulnerabilities:
wpscan –url [wordpress url]
⧫ How to enumerate WordPress users
The WordPress user enumeration tool is used the retrieve a list of registered WordPress users for the target host. User enumeration is the first step when an attacker wants to gain access to a specific target by brute forcing. The enumeration tool scans the target on posts, pages and custom types for authors and usernames. Use the following command to enumerate the WordPress users:
wpscan –url [wordpress url]–enumerate u
⧫ How to brute force the root password

Use the following command to brute force the password for user root:

wpscan –url [wordpress url]–wordlist [path to wordlist]–username [username to brute force]–threads [number of threads to use]

Best Online Cross Browser Testing Tools (Free and Paid)

1. BrowserStack
BrowserStack is a paid tool, but it does provide a free trial. You will receive 30 minutes of live testing, 100 minutes of automated testing, and 100 screenshots for free. Paid users can test their locally hosted websites too.
2. Browsershots
Browsershots is an absolutely free tool for testing a website for cross-browser compatibility. Unlike other tools, it doesn’t have any live testing feature, only you can request screenshots of your website design. You can submit your website or webpage URL from the home page by selecting different operating systems and browsers (as seen below).
CrossBrowserTesting is an another best web-based tool for testing a website across 1500+ real desktop and mobile browsers. You can test with various methods such as live testing, automated testing, and local testing. The tool can automatically generate screenshots of a website across various browsers, and you can compare them side-by-side. CrossBrowserTesting is a p…

pfSense: Your FreeBSD Router

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