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It is common practice to simply type in commands into a terminal and leave the terminal with never clearing the history. The problem is, if someone accesses your system, they can see everything you have done, which can be an issue.

To check your terminal history, Open a Terminal and type:

To clear the History, simply type:
history -c

Now you can check your history again by typing:

And you can see it is clear. Do this before you log off your computer every time for good measure


Here is a quick how-to on getting the daily short data. From this I look to see if the short volume has increased or decreased on a particular stock by leveraging a Power BI Dashboard that I had created. This guide is to show the simple command I run to initially scrape all the data

From a Linux box

Open a terminal

mkdir FINRA
wget -r -np

After it downloads the data I run
rm *.html

To remove the additional files that are not relevant, and then I move the data to where I need it


Flightaware…an amazing app, will give you a free subscription if you monitor the skies above your house. To setup a raspberry pi with this ability, perform the following

This guide assumes you have a Raspberry Pi, already setup with Raspbian. If you don’t have this, follow the guide below:

Once you are up and running with your Raspberry Pi, you will need to plug in your flightaware usb dongle which can be found on the bottom of this page

After that, run the following commands:
From your Raspberry Pi “Desktop”
Open a terminal
sudo bash
apt-get update
apt dist-upgrade

Your system will now reboot and come back up to your “Desktop”
Open a terminal
sudo bash
dpkg -i piaware-repository_3.7.1.deb
apt-get update
apt-get install piaware
piaware-config allow-auto-updates yes
apt-get install dump1090-fa

Your system will now reboot and come back up to your “Desktop”
Open a terminal
sudo bash
get the ip address of your Pi
Open the Chromium web browser on your Raspberry Pi
Navigate to
Create an account or Login and claim your piaware.
If successful you will see a message similar to the following message on the web page:
PiAware – Claim and Link a Brand New PiAware Ground Station
You claimed the following 1 receivers:

Next you will want to click on the link listed in your Success message:
Great news! Your account is associated with the following PiAware receivers and you can view your statistics here:
Now you will be in the config page of your flightaware account
So you will want to click on the Gear icon
Configure your location and the height of the antenna

And you are done!

You are now monitoring the sky overhead

Hardware I used:
Raspberry Pi 4 (4gb)

SanDisk 32GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter

CanaKit 3.5A Raspberry Pi 4 Power Supply (USB-C)

CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 Micro HDMI Cable – 6 Feet

SanDisk MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD Card Reader (Only needed if you dont have a Micro SD Reader/Writer slot in your computer)

Flightaware USB Stick

Flightaware Antenna


While TOR is the recommended way to access the dark web, everyone and anyone can still visit without the same level of anonymity. I certainly would suggest using TOR always, however if you need to get to any .onion site from a computer without tor, you can do so by following this:

Open an internet browser (Edge, Firefox, Chrome, etc)
Type in the .onion site (ex. https://protonirockerxow.onion/rc/)
After the .onion portion of the address, add .dog (ex
Press Enter
You are now viewing RISEUP’s website on the darkweb, using a regular browser