[Video] 2 cool (web) things to do in Linux // Linux for Hackers // EP 8


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Welcome to Episode 8 of Linux for hackers. In this episode NetworkChuck shows how to manage web services using curl in Linux!!

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29 Comments on “[Video] 2 cool (web) things to do in Linux // Linux for Hackers // EP 8”

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    Welcome to Episode 8 of Linux for hackers. In this episode NetworkChuck shows how to manage web services using curl in Linux!!

    0:00 ⏩ Intro
    0:57 ⏩ Use Hack The Box for their awesome Linux Lab
    2:27 ⏩ setting up a one Command Website
    5:48 ⏩ changing the Directories
    6:50 ⏩ opening a new terminal!
    10:20 ⏩ Change the port
    11:52 ⏩ Talk to your website using your command line
    12:05 ⏩ Using Curl (there is so much!!)
    16:20 ⏩ looking at the request header
    19:00 ⏩ Outro

  2. unfortunately they don't give access to firefox internet anymore, no help on their reddit forum or support. Just ghosting my request for help on the issue. Thankfully I have kali linux in a vm I am able to use for your videos requiring internet through firefox.

  3. i hate spiders with my hole heart and a frend of mine has a huge purple spider that can jump as high as me and the spider can also shoot webs just like spiderman

  4. Thank you again for the amazing videos. I cannot wait to watch everything past the fundamental stuff.

    Right now I need to go break my Kali VM and try to put it back together again.

    Keep up the great work.

  5. for those of you wondering how to do the python one using a VPS and to have it be accessible to others you use "python/python3 -m http.server –bind "your server's ip address" "preferred port of your choice"

  6. It's a cool content, but why…
    Why such a hacker as Chuck manages passwords that way?
    Do you really keep your login and password in a file on the desktop and copy-paste it each time you need it?
    Why do not you use something like keypass?
    dmenu+pass is a good way to manage passwords not even showing your passwords to anyone who sees your screen

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