Top 5 Useful ncat (nc) Command and Examples for Linux S
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Top 5 Useful ncat (nc) Command and Examples for Linux SIntroduction Linux is known for having a great number of mature, useful command line utilities available out of the box in most distributions. Skilled
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Submitted By - shashi Kumar
Submitted on - 2017-12-20 11:31:32
Netcat or nc is a networking utility for debugging and investigating the network.
This utility can be used for creating TCP/UDP connections and investigating them. The biggest use of this utility is in the scripts where we need to deal with TCP/UDP sockets.
In this article we will learn about the netcat command by some practical examples.
<div>ncat/nc can be a port scanning tool, or a <strong>security tool</strong>, or <strong>monitoring tool</strong>and is also a simple <strong>TCP proxy</strong>. Since it has so many features, it is known as a network swiss army knife. It’s one of those tools that every System Admin should know &amp; master.</div>
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