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Create a tarball on the client and send it across the network with netcat on port 1234 where its extracted on the server in the current directory.
Read all contents from current directory and display to stdout.
Read all contents from current directory and display it on stdout.
find all files in cur dir add to url and append to file
Create tarball on stdout which is piped to tar reading from stdin all over ssh
same as above but dumps the stream to a file.
Mask the user agent as firefox, recursively download 2 levels deep from a span host with a maximum of 1 redirection, use random wait time and dump all pdf files to myBooksFolder without creating any other directories. Host will have no way of knowing that this is a grabber script.
Parses your exported bookmarks to generate a clean list of http lines and passes it on to clive to try to download the video file from various sites.