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Hi all, I'm creating a PowerShell script and am attempting to use; "$variable1,$variable2,$variable3" | Add-Content -Path "file.csv" -Encoding UTF8 The variables echo/write-host as; Variable1 Hello Variable2 World Variable3 Hello World My issue is that the Add-Content above should create a CSV file like this; Hello,World,Hello World But it doesn't. Instead, it creates; Hello,World,Hello World How can I go about using Add-Content to export to CSV, but get it to ignore new lines? Opened in Excel, I want 'cell' C1 to b
I do not know if is possible <Uber Noob Here> but I'm trying to automate the capture of open WiFi traffic to be used with a headless Raspberry Pi or possible WiFi Pineapple. What I have so far is a basic Bash script (which a plan to run on startup) that set the wlan0 into monitor mode. Then does a 30 second capture of airodump-ng and writes the results to a csv file. From there I can use grep to fine only the lines that apply of a bssid with open authentication. What I want to do next, and the part that I currently have issues with is to find the bssid (row) with the highest
I thought this might be a good topic for discussion. I had wondered how hard it would be add a bunch of people I didn't know to facebook or LinkedIn. I had noticed when I signed up for some social media sites that there is an option to import contacts from your email contact list. While it's illegal to send spam emails I don't think it's illegal to use the email addresses to add friends on facebook. So basically if you wanted to find a bunch of people from a company or a school on LinkedIn or facebook you could pretty much use a method like this in social engineering or phishing on social