In computing, whoami is a command found on most Unix-like operating systems and every Windows operating system since Windows Server 2003. It is a concatenation of the words “Who am I?” and prints the effective username of the current user when invoked. It has the same effect as the Unix command id -un.

By day: echo "Penetration Tester / Security Consultant / CTF Organiser" > ByDay.rule

By night: echo "Bug Bounty Hunter / CTF Participant" > ByNight.rule

By weekend: echo "Assistant Scout Leader" > ByWeekend.rule

By responsibility, fun, passion and much more at any time of the year: cat *.rule

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