Tag: sudo

How to execute sudo without password?

If you are the only sysadmin or developer, you can skip password when you run sudo command. By default, sudo asks for the password. Here is how you can run sudo without having to enter your password. I’m a new Unix system user. How do I use sudo command without a password on a Linux […]

sudo apt-get install car? Would you?

sudo apt-get install car? Would you?

Found apt-get command line fan 🙂 apt-get install car Another car: HTTP/1.1 200 OK status 🙂 HTTP/1.1 200 OK And finally some SQL injection…Lmao 😛 sql injection You may like these articles: Get your free OneDrive into cloud storage services How to Install CachetHQ on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS How to secure your LEMP stack […]

Well, that was fast. Touch ID is a fingerprint recognition security feature, designed and released by Apple. It is currently available on the iPhone 5s/6/7 and Macbook pro-2016 editions. Many consider it as a huge security win for the MacBook Pro’s. This sounds amazing feature for command line users. Say hello to sudo-touchid sudo-touchid is […]

How to Create Users and Manage Their Sudo Privileges on Ubuntu

The sudo command allows normal users to run programs which are only available to the root user. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a system user and manage its sudo privileges on a Linux VPS running Ubuntu 16.04 as an operating system. First of all, connect to your Linux server via […]