Finding Absolute Paths of files and destinations of links in Linux

Determing the absolute path of a file and getting the destination of a link chain in Linux

Apache HTTP Server as a Basic Forward/Reverse Proxy

Configuring Apache HTTP Server as a Basic Forward/Reverse Proxy

Installing LAMP + ModSecurity + ModSecurity CRS on Ubuntu 16.04

LAMP stack refers to Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP . With this bundle you can create web applications / services with Linux serving as the OS, Apache as the Web-Server, MySQL as the database server and PHP as the server-side programming language.


Disabling the touchpad on your laptop in Linux

To disable the touchpad on your Linux machine (Ubuntu used in the example), run xinput list


Installing Ruby with rvm on Ubuntu

How to install Ruby with rvm on Ubuntu

Understanding Burp Suite Intruder Attack Types

Burp Suite features an Intruder option which allows us to enumerate over parameters with payloads from wordlists. In this article, we're going to be looking at the different attack types Intruder features.

My solution to the Drunk Admin Web Hacking Challenge

My solution to the Drunk Admin Web Hacking challenge

Enabling/Disabling modules and sites in Apache - Ubuntu/CentOS

A short tutorial on enabling/disabling modules and sites in Apache on Ubuntu and CentOS

Intro to sqlmap

Quoting its official page, “sqlmap is an open source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over of database servers.”


Fixing errors while installing Metasploit Framework on Ubuntu

My documentation of solutions to the hiccups I encountered while installing Metasploit Framework on Ubuntu

Hard links vs. Soft/Symbolic Links - Linux

There are two types of links in the Linux world that you’ll come across - hard links and soft links. Hard links are the source files in a different location (think a wormhole bending space and time and being at two places at once), whereas soft links(or symbolic links) act as pointers to the original file.


I/O Redirection in Linux

I/O redirection can come in very handy at times when you’re working on the command-line. You can redirect the source of an input to a command and the destination of the output it produces to be files, or other commands themselves.


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