grepfor something uniquely associated with URLs, then cut out extraneous information:
href=which identifies hyperlinks in HTML. We can filter more precisely by looking for recurring characters that help us divide the data into smaller chunks. The command
cut -d "/"chunks the data and separates it by
-f 3option tells us to filter out the 3rd chunk (field) of data.
hostcommand on every domain in a text file:
hostto find successful lookups:
has address, filtering out the URL by using spaces as the delimiter and then removing duplicates with
home/user/.ssh/id_rsa) you can paste the keyfile contents into a text file on your local machine, set the right permissions with
chmod 600and ssh in with it.
localhost). To access this local-only service from your remote machine, you'll need to instruct SSH to forward connections from your machine's local port
5901to the server's loopback interface + listening port for VNC:
127.0.0.1:5901on the remote host. Because of this tunnel, the second command lets you connect VNC service as if you were on the same server.
localhost:5432on the remote server:
authorized_keysfile. Using the string in that file, go into the corresponding folder of weak keys (DSA or RSA, choose the right one!) and grep for the public key:
chmod 700so that you can use it with ssh. It's very likely you'll need to update your local ssh config file
/home/user/ssh/ssh_configwith some ancient stuff to connect successfully, like this: