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Send data securly over the net.
Using OpenSSL we can encrypt any input we wish and then use Netcat to create a socket which can be connected to from an externally source (even using a Web Browser)

Binary clock
Fun idea! This one adds seconds and keeps running on the same line. Perl's probably cheating though. :)

Save man pages to pdf

Adjust display hardware brightness [dbus way]

Batch resize all images in the current directory that are bigger than 800px, height or weight.
You need to install imagemagick. On Debian type: # apt-get install imagemagick

Check reverse DNS

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

Display time of accounts connection on a system
Works on CentOS ad OpenBSD too, display time of accounts connection on a system, -p option print individual user's statistics.

Convert control codes to visible Unicode Control Pictures
Converts control codes and spaces (ASCII code ≤ 32) to visible Unicode Control Pictures, U+2400 ? U+2420. Skips \n characters, which is probably a good thing.

Monitor connection statistics with netstat and watch


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