for user in $(cut -f1 -d: /etc/passwd); do echo $user; crontab -u $user -l; done
During work, We share passwords or some other sensitive piece of information with a friend or coworker. The problem is When you do it over chat or email, that data just got really insecure and easy to find, if some one got access of your account, they can get that plain text data from history.
There are multiple option available to avoid this kind of mistakes, I use Self-Destructing Messages app called onetimesecret which I found really good🙂
How Do You Share Sensitive Data Without Leaving a footprints?
Recently I started phpUnit testing, and I found some of the test are flagging as risky. Most of the time I able figure bout reason but some time it very time consuming and also there isn’t any messages from PHPUnit.
PHPUnit 4.4.5 by Sebastian Bergmann. Configuration read from phpunit.xml.dist R.................R.R..R Time: 14,17 seconds, Memory: 52,50Mb OK, but incomplete, skipped, or risky tests! Tests: 24, Assertions: 52, Risky: 4.
Finally I found a soultion and it is very simple( How I can forgot about -v flag !! )
phpunit -v|--verbose Output more verbose information.
Stay tuned, more testing related post probably writing🙂