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find -ctime -1 cannot find files without extention

The problem is this one. I tar and gzip files on remote server


Code:
find . -ctime -1 | tar -cvf transfer_dmz_start_daily.tar *${Today}*.*;

Command

Code:
find . -ctime -1

Doesn't find files without extension

Code:
.csv .txt

I have to collect all files for current day, when the program starts at 11:30 PM EST

Could you please help with this?

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