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That could be every command, just depends on who's doing it and if it's the desired command. Perhaps taking precautions first (like reading the man pages if you using a unfamiliar flag, etc) is your first step. But if you want a list of every command that is dangerous, well, just tab twice at any command line to get a list of all the executable's in your path and just consider them all dangerous if you don't know what your doing.
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was just going to post somthing similar, 'can you ...' would be nice, 'please can you ...' would be better, some people are just downright rude and lazy and don't deserve to be helped until they change their attitude a bit.
You should learn to understand the command line(cli) so you will be prepared to use commands properly. You can always do a 'man command' to learn the operations of a particular command with the options to use that will get the desired effect.
I do suggest that you can look at the following, especially Rute;