If you’ve stumbled across this post, then you’ve recently become a victim of the most famous way of uploading a malicious script to a website – PHP file uploads. Read through this article to understand the problem and an easy solution to add an extra layer of security to your web application.
Using the following command in SSH, you will be able to extract files from your tar file. tar -xf file.tar
Use the following command if you want to create a tar and compress a file (or folder). tar -czf /path/to/save/file.tar folder_or_file_name The options used in the above command are outlined below for your understanding. -c = create -z = compress a file -f = use the file mentioned instead of tape drive
“A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.” – Albert Einstein
If your SSH ls command output is really long, and cannot be viewed on screen – you can use the following command to part of it with a more command to continue down the list. ls [options here] | more Example:- ls -l | more
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