How to check if you are vulnerable to shellshock

The most new and dangerous bug around it’s the one called “shellshock”, this is a security bug in the widely used Unix Bash shell which was disclosed on 24 September 2014. Many Internet daemons, such as web servers, use Bash to process certain commands, allowing an attacker to cause vulnerable versions of Bash to execute […]

Linux Games: Sanctum 2

I’ve recently bought an offer for Sanctum 2 on Steam, and while at the start I was a bit skeptic, I must say that I like this mix between a Tower Defense and an FPS. Sanctum 2 is the sequel to the world’s first Tower Defense/FPS hybrid game Pick from four unique character classes and […]

An introduction to systemd for CentOS 7

Article by Stuart Burns first posted on With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 released and CentOS version 7 newly unveiled, now is a good time to cover systemd, the replacement for legacy System V (SysV) startup scripts and runlevels. Red Hat-based distributions are migrating to systemd because it provides more efficient ways of managing services and […]

How to share on linux the output of your shell commands

Some time ago I posted an article about a website and a service that was made to allow you to share your terminal records directly from the website. Now the website of seems dead and so I’ve took a look around to see if there are similar websites and I’ve found For […]

How to change an user password in Linux

If you manage a server with many different users or just your family computer you will probably have many different accounts to manage, and one important aspect of any account it’s its password. In this small article I’ll show you how to use the basic passwd command but also how to do some small bash […]