How to Fix “apt-get command not found”

APT (Advanced Package Tools) is a package manager that manages packages in Debian-based operating systems and their derivatives, including Ubuntu. APT can be employed for installing, updating, and removing applications. … Read more

Directory Structure in OS

Have you ever felt lost in a sea of files and folders on your computer? Maybe you’ve had trouble finding an important document or remembering where you saved a specific … Read more

Linux ps Command

If you’ve ever worked with Linux, chances are you’ve heard of the ps command. This handy tool is an essential part of any system administrator’s toolkit, and it can help … Read more

File Access Methods in OS

When working with files on a computer, understanding your operating system’s different file access methods is crucial. As a computer user, I have encountered various file access methods such as … Read more

Fix: Pip Command Not Found

If you are using Python and trying to install packages with the pip command but keep getting an error that says “pip command not found,” this blog post is for … Read more

Linux ls Command Sort Files By Size

I’m glad you’re interested in learning about the “ls” command and sorting by file size. In this article, I’ll walk you through the “ls” command and, specifically, how to sort … Read more

Bash While Loop Examples

The “while” loop is a fundamental building block in bash scripting, allowing you to execute commands repeatedly until a certain condition is met. In this article, we will take a … Read more

Show Line Numbers in Vim

Vim is a powerful text editor that is highly customizable. One of the many things you can customize in Vim is the display of line numbers. In this guide, I … Read more

How to Disable SSLv2 and Weak Ciphers?

Disable SSLv2 and Weak Ciphers

Are you still using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) version 2 on your web server? If so, you need to read this article. It can save your life. Okay, maybe not that dramatic but it will show you how to disable SSLv2. Why? There are vulnerabilities in this version. If you don’t disable it, your web server might get compromised. This vulnerability exists whether you are running Apache or IIS. The steps to disable it are fairly trivial. So go ahead and tr