Questions tagged [bash-scripting]

Bash is a "Unix shell": a command-line interface for interacting with the operating system. It is widely available, being the default shell on many GNU/Linux distributions and on Mac OSX, with ports existing for many other systems. It was intended as a free software alternative to the Bourne shell, and it incorporates all features of that shell, as well as new features such as integer arithmetic and job control.

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Linux curl SH script broken unless I specify TLS version

I was going to post this on a different SE site, but I found that explicitly stating --tlsv1.1 to curl fixed the problem, for now. My question now relates to security. A vendor switched to FTPS (not ...
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Are alphanumeric strings safe to pass to a bash script?

I'm currently developing a web service that takes user input and passes it to a bash script as an argument. I know that without sanitizing this allows for remote command execution. So I want to know ...
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For creating tools, Bash, Perl or Python? Which should I invest my time in to? [closed]

Having trouble choosing between the three, I would of course love to learn all three in the future, but right now I'm curious as to which language would be the most beneficial to me. Also, I'm aware ...