As much for you as for myself, here is a list of tools you might want to have in mind :

 

Software you can install to avoid issues

ClamAv (Antivirus)

chkrootkit (Check for Root kits)

Maldet or LMD (Linux Malware Detection)

Ispprotect (commercial 90$ a year)

 

Commands you can run to check for issues

netstat –an

Displays the network connections and generic statistics

 

ps –ef

Lists every currently running process

 

top n 1 b

Displays running processes, their owners, how much memory each process is using, and how long the processes have been running. It also includes system information, such as uptime, number of users, memory usage, and the number of active tasks.

 

dmesg

Outputs all kernel messages currently in the ring buffer

 

who

Prints information on all current logged in users

 

last

Lists all users who logged in or out since a file was created. By default, the file is /var/log/wtmp

 

lsof

Lists information about open files and can indicate which process is used it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I always see the same sites used and quotes for free stuff (unsplash, pexels, freepics, etc.) and that’s cool because these are awesome resources anyways, but today I just wanted to feature 3 places I recently discovered and I haven’t seen quoted or talked about in many places.

Resource Cards

Growing list of free resources aimed to help creatives with their projects.
By Stelian and Sergiu Firez

Resource cards for designers and creatives

 

 

Web: https://resourcecards.com/

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WDRfree

Free web design resources, code snippets, inspiration (stock images, free vectos, free icons and more.)
(I could not find who made this, if you know or if you made this, ping so I can reference you here).

Web: http://wdrfree.com/webdesignresources


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Freebies – Lstore

Mockups Mockups Mockups and even more free mockups.
Some pretty dope stuff. Not tons of it, but still a good choice.

WEB : https://free.lstore.graphics/