Day 7 OSCP | Text Searching and Manipulation

Day 7 OSCP | Text Searching and Manipulation

Intro Hi fellow hackers, although we haven’t done much than just covering commands, it’s a necessary step before jumping into hacking. I used to try “hacking” with Youtube tutorials initially, but when you get to the point that something...
Day 6 OSCP | Bash Tricks, Redirection and Piping

Day 6 OSCP | Bash Tricks, Redirection and Piping

Let me show you some tricks on the Bash or Z shell that will help you with productivity. You have probably come to the idea that Bash maintains a history of the commands you type, by default it keeps 1000 lines of code. You can view it on the terminal settings, under...
Day 5 OSCP | The Bash Environment

Day 5 OSCP | The Bash Environment

What is “Bash”? Here’s a short story for you. When a computer boots up, a kernel (whether it’s Linux, BSD, Mach, or Windows NT) recognizes all the physical hardware and enables each component to talk with one another and be arranged by some...
Day 3 OSCP | Kali Linux Services

Day 3 OSCP | Kali Linux Services

Here I am again with day 3 of my journey towards OSCP. Documenting everything each day isn’t convenient, but got to keep the promise to myself. Anyways, today I’ll cover the primary Kali Linux services, which we’ll be using most of the time later on...
Day 2 OSCP | More Commands

Day 2 OSCP | More Commands

Hello friend, I hope you practised the commands shown yesterday. Today we’ll follow up with more commands to get comfortable on the terminal, such as man, apropos, which, whatis, locate and find.   Man pages Manual pages provide documentation for the...
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