Find file that contains specific text

cd /

ack “type the text that you are looking for”

this will return the file location and name. Install ack if not installed. Raspbian does not include it you have to install it. sudo apt-get install ack


Reset Fitbit Aria – new wifi network

  1.  Go to , click “Get started”
  2. Log in to your fitbit account, name your aria and type your initials.
  3. Remove battery for about 10 to 12 seconds, put it back on. Put cover quickly, do this until you see “SET UP ACTIVE” in the scale, click continue.
  4. Connect to Aria’s own wireless network, click continue.
  5. Select your 2.4 Ghz wireless network, enter password.
  6. Connect back to your network.
  7. Sucess, the scale should say something like “joining” then a check mark.
  8. Send me a greenshirt 🙂

Crack/hack Windows 10 password

Crack Windows 10 password using John the ripper in Kali

  1. cd to /Media/root/Windows/System32/config  (path might be different)
  2. run “pwdump SYSTEM SAM > /root/Desktop/hashes.txt
  3. cd /Desktop/hashes.txt
  4. run “john -format=n2 -users=my_username123 hashes.txt
  5. wait…..

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Kill Processes from Command Prompt



foremost (linux)

foremost -h
option -t is for type, -t all will recover all types.

foremost -t all -v -i /dev/sdb1 -o /root/Desktop/MyFolder1

RecoverJPEG (Linux)

recoverjpeg will recover jpeg files

fdisk -l
ID your disk
make a new folder with any name and “cd” to it


recoverjpeg /dev/sdf

done, the jpeg files will be recovered to your working directory.

Get Free Space available from disk

Command line :

fsutil volume diskfree c: > my_free_space.txt

Call criteria from Text Box


(change main_form to your form, change field_name to your box or field name)


Close Query VB

DoCmd.Close AcQuery, “QueryName”