Posts Tagged “-p”

Earlier I was transferring some configuration files from an application on a Windows 7 computer to an application on a OSX Lion computer. The location of a file referenced in the configuration files had changed so I needed to update about a hundred different INI files with the new location. Doing this on OSX is very easy using perl as long as you get the syntax correct as it can be tricky if there are multiple quotes and or slashes. Below is a quick example of a perl command used to replace a single line of text in multiple files without having to modify each file individually.

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We have been working on a bunch of Backtrack 4 articles recently and one that I started writing awhile back but never finished was on Dmitry or the Deepmagic Information Gathering Tool. When using the TCP Portscan module combined with the output to a file switch, which is done using the -p switch for the TCP Portscan and -o + filename for the output to a file, you will receive a Segmentation Fault. Below is an example when running Dmitry from within Backtrack 4.

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