2021-02-16 at 12:08 PM UTC
We had the shell script thread. Now let's have a thread where we post some useful aliases. I got a bunch, but a lot of them are just command or script invocations with the arguments/flags passed that i use the most when invoking said scripts or utility. I do have a few that are pretty handy beyond that, and i think universally applicable.
alias httproxy="curl 'https://api.getproxylist.com/proxy?protocol=http&anonimity=high%20anonimity&anonimity=anonymous'"
alias proxy="curl https://gimmeproxy.com/api/getProxy"
alias myip="curl https://api.myip.com"
alias web="python3 -m webbrowser "
alias serve="python3 -m http.server "
# Alias Wizardry
alias torshell=". torsocks on && notify-send Note. 'Terminal with PID $$, sessions routed through tor' -i info"
alias dpaste-h="echo -e 'usage:\n cat foo.txt | dpaste' \n"
alias dpaste="curl -F 'format=url' -F 'content=<-' https://dpaste.org/api/"
You can make an alias for different proxy protocols with the first alias in the list there. The reason i don't is because i have a shell script specifically for gathering socks proxies, sorted on geographical location and speed.
Any handy aliases you like to use often?
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2021-02-16 at 1:03 PM UTC
If you're on Windows, you can actually have aliases too, for all you Windows normies out there. Either through Environment variables and/or DOSKEYS.