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How would you copy a file that is called evidence from the local system to a Linux host at 192.168.1.33?

  • scp evidence user@192.168.1.33:evidence
  • scp user@192.168.1.33:evidence evidence
  • ssh evidence user@192.168.1.33:evidence
  • ssh user@192.168.1.33:evidence evidence
Explanation & Hint:

To copy a file called “evidence” from the local system to a Linux host at 192.168.1.33, you should use the scp (Secure Copy Protocol) command with the correct syntax. The correct command is:

scp evidence user@192.168.1.33:

This command will copy the “evidence” file from the local system to the home directory of the user on the remote Linux host at IP address 192.168.1.33. The remote filename will remain the same, “evidence.”

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