Steel City Hacker

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Hi!

If you're in the Pittsburgh area and are interested in security I run a user group called Steel City Hackers. Feel free to check it out @ http://www.meetup.com/Steel-City-Hackers/

Jon


Jan
30
comment Why would we su without -?
This explains the concept, but does not answer the question.
Jan
28
answered How do I change the Java Security level?
Dec
11
awarded  Yearling
Nov
3
comment echo $? returning 0 instead of 1
I assume the single quoting makes all of the information piped into bash string literals (no expansion) until it hits the EOF and is executed by bash? If so, that's awesome, never knew you could do that.
Sep
27
awarded  Commentator
Sep
27
comment How can I tell if a TCP port is open or not?
This only answers the title but doesn't answer the actual question.
Jul
30
comment Prevent a file from being deleted even after rm -f
+1 for chattr, make that file immutable
Jul
23
comment How to read a .war file?
This is true, I didn't mean to infer that it would work with multiple wars, just that you could use that command verbatim for any one war. I've changed it
Jul
23
revised How to read a .war file?
deleted 61 characters in body
Jul
23
answered How to read a .war file?
Jun
1
comment Making a directory protected from 'rm -rf'
Came here to mention this. I would suggest chattr +i to make it entirely safe.
Mar
28
comment Can a Linux command have capital letter(s)?
+1 for a good answer and elegant command line kung fu.
Feb
8
comment How to replace a left parenthesis with sed?
Square brackets = Mind blown. Thanks
Feb
8
revised Why does “chmod 1777” and “chmod 3777” both set the sticky bit?
added 51 characters in body
Feb
8
answered Why does “chmod 1777” and “chmod 3777” both set the sticky bit?
Jan
31
awarded  Editor
Jan
31
revised How to find inode number using “find” command?
added 203 characters in body
Jan
31
answered How to find inode number using “find” command?
Jan
24
comment How to prevent a mistaken rm -rf for specific folders?
Have you looked at chattr? You can make it immutable... Also, there are file access control lists (getfacl setfacl)
Jan
10
awarded  Critic