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Every new command is wrapped in a tweet and posted to Twitter. Following the stream is a great way of staying abreast of the latest commands. For the more discerning, there are Twitter accounts for commands that get a minimum of 3 and 10 votes - that way only the great commands get tweeted.
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Please check out my blog article on this for more detail. http://jdubb.net/blog/2009/08/07/monitor-wireshark-capture-real-time-on-remote-host-via-ssh/
This allows you to display the wireshark program running on remote pc to your local pc.
Even though --color is an option for 'ls' it will not display in color when doing 'ls -lah --color=always | less' to have color output when doing a directory listing and piping it out to page through results, replace less with most.
To install most if not installed, run:
sudo apt-get install most
Type the command in the terminal and press enter to create the tweet() function. Then run as follows:
tweet MyTwitterAccount "My message goes here"
It will prompt you for password. Make sure that you use escape "\" character in message for showing varialbles or markup.
This will allow you to watch as matches occur in real-time. To filter out only ACCEPT, DROP, LOG..etc, then run the following command: watch 'iptables -nvL | grep -v "0 0" && grep "ACCEPT"' The -v is used to do an inverted filter. ie. NOT "0 0"
This allows the output to be sorted from largest to smallest in human readable format.