Install Hydra on Linux | Debian | Mint | Ubuntu | Latest version

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Today I am going to show how to install Hydra on Linux. Hydra is a powerful penetration testing tool. It allows you to brute force almost anything. Please note that all of the tutorials here regarded on penetration testing and ethical hacking are only meant for testing and/or educational purposes. Do not harm anyone’s devices without their permission. Do not break the law. All the credits from this tool goes to van Hauser / THC on GitHub. You will learn how to install Hydra on Linux, Debian based systems, like…

Common Linux problems with their fixes – Submit yours

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Common Linux problems with their fixes. Not a usual post, but I thought that this might help some people. Yes, I know that Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu and bunch of other websites are made for this, but why not? I promise that I will post here every problem that I will face with its fix. Comment below if you have a problem and I will try to help you and other people can also do that. If you have arrived here from Google or any other search engine, press CTRL+F…

Things to do after installing Linux Mint 18.3 – Easiest ways

Things to do after installing Linux Mint 18.3

Hello to you reading my article “Things to do after installing Linux Mint 18.3”. In this article, I will show you suggested things to do after installing Linux Mint. These are the things that I would personally do and have done after installing Linux Mint. All the “things” in this article are optional, you don’t need to do any of these if you don’t want to, these are just recommendations. Linux Mint is a community-driven Linux distribution based on Debian and Ubuntu that strives to be a “modern, elegant and…

Clear recently accessed files in Linux Nautilus / GNOME File Manager

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Hi, on this little guide, you will learn how to clear recently accessed files in Linux Nautilus. Nautilus is the file manager built for GNOME. There are a lot of reasons why you will need this command. Maybe you’re accessing sensitive data or maybe you don’t want your grandma to see your nasty little videos? Anyway, just fire up your terminal and write or copy paste the following command as root or using a sudoer. sudo rm ~/.local/share/recently-used.xbel And that is all you need to do for clearing that list.…

Hack SSH Server with Nmap and Hydra – Pentest guide

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Hello guys, this time I’m going to tell you how to hack SSH Server connection with Nmap and Hydra. Before we get started, let me remind of something: These penetration testing tutorials are only meant for educational purposes. Harming anyone elses machines but your own, is illegal. Hack SSH Server with Nmap and Hydra Requirements for this tutorial: Hydra Nmap Wordlist Your own machine or virtual environment to test on The first three are found in Kali Linux, you can use that if you’d like, I’m using Debian with Nmap…

Upgrading Debian 8 “Jessie ” to Debian 9 “Stretch”

Upgrading Debian 8 "Jessie " to Debian 9 "Stretch"

Upgrading Debian 8 “Jessie ” to Debian 9 “Stretch” In this article, we will be upgrading Debian 8 “Jessie ” to Debian 9 “Stretch” by Linux command line. Method will work both, desktop and server systems. You might also want to read Debians “Whats new on Debian 9” article to make sure you really wanna do it. For example, in the update, Debian 9 will replace MySQL with MariaDB, there is more details about that and other stuff in this article. Now we should get to work and go for…

Configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian

Configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian

Configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian In this article you will learn how to configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian. This method will work both desktop and server versions of Debian. About sudo sudo is a program for Unix-like computer operating systems that allows users to run programs with the security privileges of another user, by default the superuser. It originally stood for “superuser do” as the older versions of sudo were designed to run commands only as the superuser. Source: Wikipedia…

Linux commands that every Linux user should know

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Here are the Linux commands that everyone who uses Linux, should know, and if not should learn them. I will not explain everything they can do, just the most relevant things very briefly. Please let me know if I should add anything! 🙂 Commands apt-get Debian based distributions package manager to install softwares or update the system from repository. cat Read or modify text files. cd Change the current directory. For example cd ~/Downloads takes you to downloads directory. chmod Change the file access permissions chown Change the ownership of…