Month: March 2015

Hardening Ubuntu Security

Mind your ports, patch your shit, and your browser is scary… Ubuntu security isn’t difficult: Hardening your Ubuntu installation is usually a straight forward process. Yet sometimes in our haste, we forget to address important security measures early on. In

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created for new Tekkit server

created for new Tekkit server

Bash tip: Extracting content from compressed files without the hassle

If you work with file archives that come in many different “flavors”, you might find this little trick to be a handy one. Add a function to your .bash_profile that runs the proper extraction command based on the file’s extension(s).

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Lazy way to extract all sorts of tar types

Lazy way to extract all sorts of tar types

added –listen=127.0.0.1 for better security

added –listen=127.0.0.1 for better security

one of those im to lazy scripts

one of those im to lazy scripts

Script for Starting Greenbone

Script for Starting Greenbone

added function and edited menu for AOC USB External display

added function and edited menu for AOC USB External display

added while loop for menu, and other misc cleanups…

added while loop for menu, and other misc cleanups…

Stable Commit, Code is good but still in development

Stable Commit, Code is good but still in development

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