Tag: commandline tools

TLDR – Easy to Understand Man Pages for Every Linux User

One of the most commonly used and reliable ways of getting help under Unix-like systems is via man pages. Man pages are the standard documentation for every Unix-like system and they correspond to online...

Transfer.sh – Easy File Sharing from Linux Commandline

Transfer.sh is a simple, easy and fast service for file sharing from the command-line. It allows you to upload up to 10GB of data and files are stored for 14 days, for free. You...

ext3grep – Recover Deleted Files on Debian and Ubuntu

ext3grep is a simple program for recovering files on an EXT3 filesystem. It is an investigation and recovery tool that is useful in forensics investigations. It helps to show information about files that existed...

Boxes – Draws ASCII Art Boxes and Shapes in Linux Terminal

Boxes is a simple, configurable command line program which can draw any kind of box around its input text. It filters text and draws shapes around it – it’s practically a text filter. In...

Tmate – Securely Share SSH Terminal Session with Linux Users

tmate is a clone of tmux (terminal multiplexer) that provides a secure, instant and easy-to-use terminal sharing solution over an SSH connection. It is built on top of tmux; you can run both terminal...

DCP – Transfer Files Between Linux Hosts Using Peer-to-Peer Network

People often need to copy or share files over the network. Many of us are used to using tools such as rsync or scp to transfer files between machines. In this tutorial, we are...

Firejail – Securely Run Untrusted Applications in Linux

Sometimes you may want to use applications that have not been well tested in different environments, yet you must use them. In such cases, it is normal to be concerned about the security of...