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Apr
30
comment command not found when using sudo
Haha thanks..I feel like a complete noob
Apr
30
comment command not found when using sudo
When I try to run this command I get env: cmd: No such file or directory - Any ideas why that would be?
Mar
4
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Mar
4
comment Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges
Great stuff. Based on the output from that command I've blocked 24 different ranges and it appears to have completely stopped the HTTP requests coming in from all the IPs :)
Mar
4
accepted Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges
Mar
4
comment Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges
@agtoever The OS reports itself as "SLES Expanded Support platform release 6.6" running Apache 2.2.15 which uses nginx as a reverse proxy server. The firewall is a "Cisco ASA 5505 Sec+" device
Mar
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Mar
4
comment Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges
Thanks @jcbermu - I edited the question
Mar
4
revised Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges
added example input
Mar
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asked Tool to group a list of IP addresses into IP ranges
Feb
6
revised Finding files matching path pattern and size criteria
The find tag is more important on this question than RHEL. Please don't remove it
Dec
17
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Mar
28
comment Is it really possible for most enthusiasts to crack people's Wi-Fi networks?
Can anyone advise why MAC filtering is not a security feature? I understand a MAC address can easily be spoofed but how can the attacker know one of the MAC addresses on the whitelist without being connected to the network?
Oct
5
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Jan
25
comment Linux Grep Multiple Log Files
@choroba this works perfectly, thank you so much
Jan
25
accepted Linux Grep Multiple Log Files
Jan
25
comment Linux Grep Multiple Log Files
@choroba I'm not sure why but after looking at one log the format is definitely like that
Jan
25
comment Linux Grep Multiple Log Files
Do you mean it seems wrong because there aren't any seconds on the time? I left seconds out because I want to return lines between 00:25:00 and 00:25:59, would this work like that?
Jan
25
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Dec
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