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How To : 13 Terminal Commands Every Mac User Should Know

When you think of Terminal, you probably imagine some hacker sitting in front of their computer in a dimly lit room trying to break into an FBI database. In reality, it's just a simple tool that can make using your Mac much easier. Now, I'm not saying that learning Terminal c ...more

How To : Erase your hard drive from the Mac OS X terminal

Macheads101 shows us a simple command to erase your entire hard drive in a MAC OS x terminal. You can either log in as administrator and simply type "rm -rf /" to format or you can just type "Sudo rm -rf /" to start. If you don't log in as administrator, then it'll ask you for ...more

How To : Change Your Terminal Header

So, you want your terminal to be customized with awesome script every time you fire it up, huh?! Well, look no further because I am here to answer this calling! This "How-To" Will be short, descriptive, and to the point! So, let's get right into it, shall we then? ___________ ...more

Mac for Hackers : How to Install iTerm2 Using the Terminal

Now that we've talked about encryption and managing your passwords, let's continue this series on getting your Mac ready for hacking by turning our attention to the terminal. The terminal is a key component of any pentester's setup. We're going to be spending a lot of time wo ...more

How To : Set a Banner in Linux Terminal

Hello Everyone Today in this post I will teach you how to get a banner for your terminal.(Video Available at the End of the Post) To get a banner first we need "figlet" and then we have to configure it. Its Easy .. Steps: Open terminal and type " apt-get install figlet " (wi ...more

How To : Mount ISO files using Ubuntu terminal command line

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to mount ISO files without burning DVD. This task is very fast, easy and simple to do. The first way is to simply right-click on the ISO file, go to Open With and select Open with "Archive Mounter". The second way is to open the Termin ...more

How To : Use the chmod terminal command in Ubuntu Linux

This video clip shows you how to use the chmod (change file modes) command to set and modify the read, write, and execute permissions for files and directories. Without administrator privileges, you can change permissions only on files and directories for which you are the own ...more

How To : Use the ls terminal command in Ubuntu Linux

This video clip shows you how to use the ls command (to list the contents of a directory) with additional options in the Ubuntu Terminal. It also introduces you to file and directory ownership and permissions. (To list file ownership and permission details, type ls -l. To list ...more

How To : Fun with OSX Terminal

Disclaimer: All information in this tutorial is for entertainment and educational purposes ONLY. You pesky teenagers. In my previous tutorial, I covered how to make a backdoor in an OSX system. I also covered some fun commands to try whilst the backdoor connection is in tact. ...more

How To : Use the man terminal command in Ubuntu Linux

If you're new to the terminal, then the man command is your very best friend. This video clip will teach you how to use the man (manual page) command to view the manual pages for terminal commands. A manual page includes a brief description of the command as well as outlines t ...more

How To : Use the Mac OS X terminal

This video tutorial offers an introduction to the terminal for those making a switch from Windows to Mac OS X, one of the most powerful (yet cryptic) of OS X, which will allow you to interact with OS X's underlying UNIX layer. If you'd like to get acquainted with the terminal, ...more

How To : Use the pwd, cd and ls terminal commands in Ubuntu

This video tutorial will acquaint you with the Ubuntu Terminal. Three terminal commands are introduced: pwd (print working directory), cd (change directory), and ls (list the contents of a directory). Remember, to return to your home directory, you can always type cd or cd ~.

How To : Eject a CD from a Mac computer through a terminal

In this tutorial, we learn how to eject a CD from a Mac computer through a terminal. Now, go to the finder and click on the applications folder. Scroll down to the bottom and open up utilities, then the terminal. Once you are inside this new screen, type in "drutil tray eject" ...more

How To : Perform a terminal double hack in Mass Effect 2

In this next tutorial, you'll be finding out how to perform a terminal double hack in the game. This is pretty difficult to achieve, but will give youa shot at double credits. Basically, you will need to exit and re-enter at the right moment. The moment takes place right afte ...more

How To : Find Terminal on a Mac

How to find the Terminal (like the Windows command prompt) on a Mac. Find Terminal on a Mac. Click through to watch this video on tricklife.com

How To : Set up the Mac OS X terminal for Ruby on Rails

Need some help figuring out how to set up Ruby on Rails from the Apple Mac OS X terminal? Let this video be your guide! Whether you're entirely new to Ruby on Rails 3 or are a seasoned developer merely looking to brush up on a few of the basics, you're sure to find much to tak ...more

How To : Hack WPA WiFi Passwords by Cracking the WPS PIN

A flaw in WPS, or WiFi Protected Setup, known about for over a year by TNS, was finally exploited with proof of concept code. Both TNS, the discoverers of the exploit and Stefan at .braindump have created their respective "reaver" and "wpscrack" programs to exploit the WPS vul ...more

How To : Hack Android Using Kali (Remotely)

Hello Hackers! Welcome to my 2nd Post: This is a tutorial explaining how to hack android phones with Kali. I can't see any tutorials explaining this Hack/Exploit, so, I made one. (Still ,you may already know about this) Step 1: Fire-Up Kali: Open a terminal, and make a Troja ...more

How To : Get Started with Kali Linux (2014 Version)

Welcome back, my apprentice hackers! As many of you know, I have been hesitant to adopt the new Kali hacking system from Offensive Security. This hesitancy has been based upon a number of bugs in the original release back in March of 2013 and my belief that BackTrack was easi ...more

How To : Top 10 Things to Do After Installing Kali Linux

Kali Linux, by default, probably doesn't have everything you need to get you through day-to-day penetration testing with ease. With a few tips, tricks, and applications, we can quickly get started using Kali like a professional white hat. Most Linux distributions are highly c ...more

Exclusive : Dual-Boot Android on Your iPhone (iOS 7+)

Today we are pleased to announce the end to the Apple vs. Android war. About a year ago, our Gadget Hacks team started working on a top-secret project to dual-boot both Android and iOS on the same phone—and we couldn't be more proud to announce that we've finally succeeded! Y ...more

How to Hack Like a Pro : Getting Started with Metasploit

This is my first contribution in an ongoing series on detailing the best free, open source hacking and penetration tools available. My goal is to show you some of the quality tools that IT security experts are using every day in their jobs as network security and pen-testing p ...more

How To : Enable the Built-in Screen Recorder on Android 10

Downloading third-party screen recording apps can be dangerous. The primary function of these apps is being able to record everything on one's display, so it's easy to see how a malicious developer could exploit this for their own gain. That's why the addition of Android 10's ...more

How To : Trace Any IP Address

Using a simple trace trick, you can easily look up the IP address and its location for any website. This method uses a command line command to first find the IP address of a given website, and then uses a free online tool to get that IP's location. Don't Miss: Tips & Tricks f ...more

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