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answered Removing a pattern from text file
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accepted Can I associate my command history based on my cwd
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comment Server decreasing internet bandwidth
The loss as I see is not very significant. It could be sporadic. Have you measured over a long time/multiple times?
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comment Meaning of “netcat can be used as a backdoor”
Here are the order of events that happened: A couple of days ago I stumbled upon this article which roused my curiosity to learn more about it. So, I tried reading more about the netcat tool by trying to find netcat documentation on gnu netcat homepage, but could not find documentation. I read its man page too. Finding about this particular use of netcat was a curiosity and not a research question for me. I did not think there would be pages devoted to it. Sincere apologies.
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accepted Meaning of “netcat can be used as a backdoor”
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comment Meaning of “netcat can be used as a backdoor”
I got wikipedia article on netcat. It linked to an article on backdoor. I could not find how netcat could be used as a backdoor.
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asked Meaning of “netcat can be used as a backdoor”
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How does ntpstat work?
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comment Can I associate my command history based on my cwd
For example: cd adir -> cmd_for_a1, cmd_for_a2 cmd_for_a3, ... followed by cd bdir -> cmd_for_b1,... and so on. This means that my command history is clearly associated with where I am in terms of working dir. I just want to make it easy for me to bring back those commands based on my cwd.
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asked Can I associate my command history based on my cwd
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awarded  Student
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asked How does ntpstat work?