I get really sick of trying to remember all the commands I use to work with wordlists so I had some free time and decided to finally get it all in one place. I started out just gathering all my notes in a text file but then I decided to code up a menu to make the commands easy to access. Normally I would keep something like this just for my own use since I doubt any one would want it but I decided to release it anyway.backtrack, cat, changelog, crunch, cupp, pw-inspector, sed, tools, tr, wordlist, wyd.pl
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Sep 16 2008
I imported an old Blogger account into a WordPress blog recently and my titles did not import correctly. So there I was stuck with 500 posts with no titles. I decided the easiest way to fix that would be to copy the post dates from the Blogger account to the titles in WordPress. So here is a fairly quick and dirty way to import qd_db_posts.post_date to qd_db_posts.post_title.
This will all be completed from your OS shell which in this case was CentOS 5.2.
The best way I have found to emulate Linux commands for Windows is by installing CYGWIN. This is an application that will run on pretty much all Windows machines and provides a ton of Linux type commands. After installing CYGWIN you will need to set your path as noted below.awk, bin cygwin, chmod, chown, CLI, dos, du, emulate, kill, Linux, sed, tar, windows, windows xp