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How to backup and restore Linux Terminal history

Linux Terminal comes with a handy feature called "history." Every command entered in the terminal gets saved in a file called ".bash_history." A history file is created for each user and can be found in the user's home directory, for example, "/home/username/.bash_history."

Top 5 advanced uses of ‘locate’ command in Linux

You can find files by filename using the "locate" command. The command is fast because the background on your system constantly finds and stores new files in a database is a background process. This article shows you top uses of this handy command.

Top 5 advanced uses of ‘Find’ command (used by Hackers)

In this tutorial, we help you master the use of 'Find' command in Linux through the top five secret uses of 'Find' command. Starting with a bit advance use of 'find' we should move to the advance execution.

How to transfer files using command-line from Terminal

A pen tester should be well equipped with different tricks to transfer files from a remote server as well from one directory to another. In this tutorial, we shall discuss different ways to transfer files using the command-line.

Top 5 uses of GREP command in Linux

In this article, I explain, how can you optimize your day-to-day task, increase the chances of getting hired, and most importantly, how to save precious hours of your life. 'grep' command is the prime weapon in the war zone of Linux. Once you master the GREP command, you should get the tons of benefits out of it.

How to access Website using command-line from the Terminal

GUI is not often possible, and you are not expected to rely on GUI/Gnome based tools for testing and exploitation practices. Suppose you have gained a shell on some machine and want to download an exploit, then the web browser is not available.

How to use htop command to monitor system processes in real-time

In today's Terminal Tuts, we are going to present yet another powerful system process monitoring command 'htop', which is a command-line utility that enables users to interactively monitor important system processes in real-time.

How to play Spotify from the command-line in the terminal with Librespot

Spotify music service supports the Linux operating system with the help of Snap, Flatpak, and Ubuntu applications. The app doesn't work well on PCs with minimal resources.