Bandit level 2 teaches you about how to deal with names with spaces in bash in case you have a file that includes space and how to skip them with them.
Let’s start by logging into bandit level 2 machine
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 2220
with the password that we got from the previous level
Let’s start By Listing the files
now you can read files with spaces by putting “\” before each space, so the bash will know that this is a space and not a new argument passed to the command.
cat spaces\ in\ this\ filename
or, you can include the file name within double quotes “”
cat "spaces in this filename"
and this is how you’ll get the password for the next level that you can access it from here.