HandBrake For Mac Mirror Server Was Compromised And Infected With PROTON Malware

in Categories Open Source, Security last updated May 7, 2017

HandBrake is an open-source and free transcoder for digital video files. It makes ripping a film from a DVD to a data storage device such as NAS boxes easier. HandBrake works Linux, macOS, and Windows. A Recent version of Handbrake for Mac and possibly other downloads at the same site infected with malware. If you have downloaded HandBrake on Mac between 2/May/2017 and 06/May/2017, you need to delete the file ASAP. HandBrake infected with a new variant of OSX.PROTON malware.

neofetch: Awesome system info bash script that supports Linux, MacOS, and Unix-like systems

in Categories Command Line Hacks, Howto last updated May 7, 2017

The neofetch command written in a bash shell. The main purpose of neofetch is to be used in screenshots to display other users what operating system or Linux distro you are using including theme, icons and more. This command shows info about your system next to an image, your operating system logo and other info. Neofetch version 3.1.0 has been released. Let us see how to install the latest version and use it.
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Eyegasm: 5 awesome Linux/Unix desktop customization that will blow your mind

in Categories Hardware, Open Source last updated April 21, 2017

Everyone loves the desktop operating system. People customize their Linux or Unix desktop with themes, wallpapers, killer configuration and more. These customizations show you how cool your desktop can be!
awesome Linux/Unix desktop customization that will blow your mind

How to enable Wake on Lan (WOL) with Advanced TomatoUSB wifi router firmware

in Categories Hardware, Howto, Networking, Open Source last updated March 29, 2017

I recently installed TomatoUSB advanced firmware on my Asus RT-AC66U wifi router. This router act as my wireless Ethernet bridge. TomatoUSB advanced has additional features like

  • SSH
  • Multiple WAN support (3G/4G/Static IP/Cable/ADSL2)
  • Tor
  • Virtual Wireless
  • DMZ
  • IPv6
  • FTP/Media server via USB
  • BiTorrent Client via USB
  • UPS support
  • OpenVPN client and server
  • Tinc VPN server and much more.

How to use parallel ssh (PSSH) for executing ssh in parallel on a number of Linux/Unix/BSD servers

in Categories Cloud Computing, Command Line Hacks, Howto last updated April 21, 2017

Recently I come across a nice little nifty tool called pssh to run a single command on multiple Linux / UNIX / BSD servers. You can easily increase your productivy with this SSH tool.

More about pssh

pssh is a command line tool for executing ssh in parallel on some hosts. It provides specialties includes:

  1. Sending input to all of the processes
  2. Inputting a password to ssh
  3. Saving output to files
  4. IT/sysadmin taks automation such as patching servers
  5. Timing out and more

Let us see how to install and use pssh on Linux and Unix-like system.

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