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Dec 4 13 tweets 6 min read
11 websites that will help you learn Linux faster (they're all free): 1. LinuxOPsys

A hub for Linux Tutorials and Tips.

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Nov 28 33 tweets 8 min read
12 Practical Grep Command Examples In Linux: In Linux command line, the grep command is a powerful tool for searching text within files.

In this thread, I will go over 12 examples of grep command usage that every Linux user, sysadmin, and developer should be aware of.
Nov 27 25 tweets 3 min read
Linux command line tools for parsing and analyzing logs 🐧↓ Linux logs are a valuable resource for system administrators, network administrators, developers, and security professionals.
Nov 26 36 tweets 5 min read
The Linux filesystem and directory structure explained 🐧↓ The Linux Directory Structure is a hierarchical organization system for Linux directories and files. This structure is defined by the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)

However, the standard does not yet define some directories in Linux file systems.
Oct 8 32 tweets 8 min read
Basic Linux commands for text manipulation 🐧↓ Hello Linux folks, Today I'll be doing a quick, easy-to-follow thread on basic Linux text manipulation commands.
Aug 11 22 tweets 8 min read
95% of my Twitter direct messages ask me about good resources for getting started with ethical hacking. So I decided to make a thread about it.

Here are some of the best (free) resources to get you started (for free): 1️⃣ Basic computer skills.

Professor Messer - CompTIA 220-1001 and 220-1002 A+
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Aug 6 12 tweets 3 min read
Best Computer Networking Books for Beginners & Experts🌐↓ 1. CCNA 200-301 Official Cert Guide, Volume 1 & 2:
Aug 4 20 tweets 5 min read
13 useful security tools pentesters must have in their toolkit and a brief explanation of what they do! 🧵👇 1. rlwrap

This tool is used in conjunction with netcat.

For example,

$ rlwrap -cAr nc -nvlp 4444
Aug 4 13 tweets 6 min read
11 websites that will help you learn Linux faster (they are free)🐧👇 1. Linux Journey

Learn Linux with interactive exercises and example for free. A great website for people who are just getting started with Linux.

🔗 linuxjourney.com
Jul 26 31 tweets 5 min read
80+ Linux commands that Linux sysadmins regularly use ↓🐧 1. ip - used to show or manipulate routing, devices, and tunnels.
2. ls - list the contents of a directory.
3. df - Displays the amount of disk space used.
4. du - display a list of all the files along with their respective sizes.
Jun 30 18 tweets 4 min read
Linux Fundamentals - Linking files or creating shortcuts in Linux🧵🐧 Linking files is a fantastic feature of the Linux filesystem. Consider linking files in Linux to be similar to creating shortcuts in Windows.
Jun 26 16 tweets 4 min read
Linux fundamentals - Everything you need to know about copying files.🧵🐧 You will frequently need to copy files and directories from one location in the filesystem to another as a system administrator. This is made possible by the cp command.

The cp command, in its most basic form, takes two parameters: the source object and the destination object:
Jun 25 6 tweets 2 min read
Linux Fundamentals - Creating files, a short and simple thread🧵🐧 As a Linux user, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to create an empty file.

For example, some applications require the presence of a log file before they can write to it. In these cases, the touch command can be used to quickly create an empty file:
Jun 24 25 tweets 6 min read
Useful Linux Listing Commands 90% of you might not know about.🧵↓ [1] lsd

The next gen ls command.
Jun 20 37 tweets 5 min read
The Top 17 Python Libraries for Ethical Hacking with explanation🧵↓ Python is a popular choice among security professionals and ethical hackers due to its versatility and extensive library of libraries that may be utilized to aid in ethical hacking.
Jun 6 27 tweets 7 min read
Everything you need to know about Linux ls command.🧵↓ The ls command is one of the most commonly used Linux commands for listing available files or directories from the command line.

In this thread, we'll go over the ls command in depth, as well as some of the most important flags you'll need on a daily basis.
Jun 2 16 tweets 5 min read
Here are some free beginner Cybersecurity and Information Security resources!🎒↓ 1️⃣ Basic IT skills.

Professor Messer - CompTIA 220-1001 and 220-1002 A+
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May 28 33 tweets 5 min read
Linux Directory Structure explained🧵↓ The Linux Directory Structure is a hierarchical system for organizing Linux directories and files. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard defines this structure (FHS)

However, some directories in Linux file systems are not yet defined by the standard.
May 27 31 tweets 5 min read
80+ Linux commands that Linux Sysadmins regularly use🧵↓ 1. ip - used to show or manipulate routing, devices, and tunnels.
2. ls - list the contents of a directory.
3. df - Displays the amount of disk space used.
4. du - display a list of all the files along with their respective sizes.
May 24 17 tweets 3 min read
50+ Linux networking commands and their explanation 🧵↓ → arp - see your arp table.
→ aria2 – downloading just about everything. Torrents included.
→ arpwatch – Ethernet Activity Monitor.
→ bmon – bandwidth monitor and rate estimator.
→ bwm-ng – live network bandwidth monitor.
→ curl – transferring data with URLs.(or try httpie)
May 16 25 tweets 4 min read
33 Linux Terminal Shortcuts Every Power Linux User Must Know🧵↓ A novice Linux user may find the Linux terminal interface difficult to grasp, especially because it relies heavily on the arrow keys to move around. Furthermore, constantly retyping the commands, each with a slight variation, can be tedious.