Archive for June, 2012

Read lines in a text file with bash

In bash it’s very easy to read a text file line by line and do something to each line. I do this in cygwin a lot to parse logs and other large files. Your input file needs to have unix-style line endings or bash will get very confused. This trips me up a lot when […]

DAY-CON VI: Dayton Security Summit

This year’s topic is Point Of Origin Hacking and it promises to be very interesting. Private training runs October 9th – 11th and the conference will be October 12th, with Packet Wars on the 13th. Visit http://www.day-con.org/¬†for more info, schedule of events or to reserve your seat.