Tips & Tricks with Netcat command on Linux

Posted by LinuxCareer on Jul 31, 2020 12:54 AM EDT; By Justin Chapin
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Netcat is a versatile networking utility which can be used for reading from and writing to TCP and UDP connections on arbitrary ports (as with other utilities used on Linux, ports below 1024 require root/sudo privileges). By default netcat uses TCP connections, but UDP can be specified with the -u flag.

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