Every once in a while I stumble on this question on yet too many forums and Q&A sites: Is there an alternative to the finger command? The simple answer is yes! There is an official replacement for the original finger command and it’s part of the gnu coreutils package, it is called pinky(1) and it’s available […]
InfoSec can be fun, with the right attitude: Infosec Reactions
It’s about time to call the end on the current poll with 412 votes, Which OS do you currently use the most? , and draw the results: The new poll is: This new poll is multi-choice, with a maximum of 3 selections allowed. So go ahead, and pick the three most useful skills you think a pentester […]
No carding, no skimming and no phishing, just plain old physical robbery, done properly.
Inspired by my previous post on using Qt Creator on non-Qt SDK projects, I went a step further and integrated the Linux Man Pages section 2(system calls) and section 3(library functions) as a context help module in Qt Creator and Qt Assistant. Having documentation on all of the Linux system calls and system libraries at […]
[Update1 20-07-2011] As per numerous requests, the games list has been updated with some more cool games that I’ve missed. They have been prepended to the top of the list and as before, they are in no particular order. While the popular conception when it comes to games for Linux is that they are almost non-existent, […]