This is a hypothetical question
So let's say my friend promises I can trust him to SSH into my Debian-based Linux VPS hosted on a VPS provider
Is there a way to view every command he's entered in the logs without the possibility that he deleted malicious log entries?
Or some program that can...
My question is more related to IMAP email than Linux. But I’d be using Linux to do it, so I thought to ask here.
So email is encrypted by TLS until it gets to the server. Is it possible given the existing IMAP email technology, to setup a customized VPS server that just forwards 100% of the...
root@server/folder# scp goat.txt /home/user
(no error but no file there)
root@server/folder# scp goat.txt /home/user/Desktop/
cp: failed to access '/home/user/Desktop/ Not a directory
root@server/folder# scp goat.txt /home/user/Downloads/
cp: failed to access...
I realized the issue was once you add the dot to the find command, it only does that directory and not the sub directories!
Once I narrowed it down, the file showed up with the commands you suggested.
Is there a way to get the subs too?
*marked this as solved now
I'm back with another noob question that has become a struggle. I appreciate all the help guys, I'm sorry in advance
so I'm looking to download a .txt file from my VPS to the local PC. (both local PC & VPS are Debian)
I can't use wget or curl because those are for external websites right? So...
I did a search by .bak using the command osprey gave and it's still not showing up!
Also wouldn't a search by the name have it show up, even if it has a .key in the end?
In other words, if I do:
find . goat
it would return a file named "goat.key.bak" right?
So I was following a guide and the guy did a move command without a destination. I thought it made like a copy or something. But it had brackets at the end like this:
now I can't find the file. even if I search by file extension like:
find . *.key
is the file...
ok I figured it out. the issue was that I was SSH into a root user folder. so have to "cd .." to get to the REAL home folder
so if you do SSH root@ip then this takes you to a folder as though root was a user
Hey thanks so much for the information. I am impressed by the knowledge on this forum.
I have been searching for a guide now online on how to install a linux .iso without using the VPS vendor's tools/GUI at all. But each guide keeps going back to that. Is it possible to do this entirely from...
I'm interested in engaging in controversial free speech. I am well aware that a VPS provider can literally pull the plug and shut my VPS down. And there's nothing I can do about that. However, what is more concerning is my VPS provider said they can change the root password. Which would mean...