In recent months, I’ve encountered numerous articles with titles such as “20 Linux Commands You Should Know” or “Linux Survival Guide.”

 This web story takes a different approach. We will discuss 5 underrated Linux commands that deserve more attention.

The ss command is a powerful utility. It can be used for displaying detailed information about network sockets, connections, and statistics.

It serves as a replacement for the older netstat command.

The nc (netcat) command is another useful networking utility in Linux.  It is often referred to as the "Swiss Army knife" of networking.

It can be used for various network-related tasks, such as port scanning, transferring files, and setting up simple network services.