This is a good alternative to the ls command to print a directory listing. This is very useful for quickly viewing the contents of a directory. ┌─[[email protected]]─[~/Documents] └──╼ $find ./ -printf "%f\n" ./ password-01.kismet.netxml password-01.cap read.c out.xml netcomm.txt a.out password-01.kismet.csv rockyou.txt password-01.csv mysql.txt notify.js┌─[[email protected]]─[~/Documents] └──╼ $find ./ -printf "%f\n" ./ password-01.kismet.netxml password-01.cap read.c out.xml netcomm.txt …

http://www.precursorblog.com/content/google-chrome-we-dont-need-your-permission. Found this website discussing the Google Chrome web browser, the Google company are apparently using it to open a security hole in users machines, according to the blog. I am not sure about this, but Google Chrome is the most advertised web browser, you see the advertisements everywhere you look, out in the streets …