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Critical Vulnerability lets Attackers Remotely Exploit Linux Systems & Gain Root Access

By Aneesh A S 0 Comment March 6, 2020

US-CERT issued an advisory warning users of a new critical 17-year-old remote code execution vulnerability [CVE-2020-8597] affecting the PPP daemon (pppd) software that comes installed on all Linux based operating systems. The software also powers the firmware of many other networking devices. pppd software is an implementation of Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) that helps enabling communication […]

Updated Basic Linux Commands List 2019

By Palash Verma 0 Comment November 16, 2018

The Linux operating system is very popular with programmers and lovers of “poking around”, because it provides for the active use of the console, which contains hundreds of commands. If you decide to seriously take up the study of this flexible OS, you should first learn the basic commands in Linux . Why do console commands exist in Linux ? Entering them into the console, […]

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What is Penetration Testing?

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment May 18, 2018

Penetration testing is one of the methods to identify areas of the system that are vulnerable to intrusion and compromise integrity and reliability from unauthorized and malicious users or entities. The penetration testing process includes deliberate authorized attacks on the system, able to identify both its weakest areas and security gaps from third-party intrusions, and […]

How to use our Command History in the Windows Command prompt?

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment March 14, 2017

The Windows Command Prompt has built in history feature, which allows us to the view of commands that we have run. Even the command Prompt offers some keyboard shortcuts and some another trick for working with the command history. How to consider our Command History: We have some command history that can use for keyboard […]

How to install Tor Browser in Ubuntu Operating System

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment December 12, 2016

Tor is free software for enabling anonymous communication.  TOR stands for The Onion Router and Onion routing is implemented by encryption in the application layer of a communication protocol stack, nested like the layers of an onion. And now launching updated version of TOR is 5.5.3. Tor browser 5.5.5 Changelog: Update Tor launcher to […]

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