Hak5 – Learning Linux, Using CAT with Input

I love these Hak5 tips that educate learning Linux. If you are working on any type of Prompt (DOS) or Linux system, it’s very helpful to use these CAT and Pipe commands. Basically what you can do with these are process multiple commands, such as requesting processes running on a system and then filtering to what you are specifically looking for. Here is a basic one, I’ll try and add more of these.

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