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A network software package called Aircrack-ng for 802.11 wireless LANs includes a detector, packet sniffer, WEP and WPA/WPA2-PSK cracker, and analysis software. It works with… Read More
Nmap stands for Network Mapper. It is a tool, primarily used for Port scanning, to check vulnerabilities and of course, the main purpose – Network… Read More
In Linux, there are commands like write/wall which are used to communicate with other users especially by system administrators to send a short message to… Read More
wget and curl are the commands that are used to HTTP requests without any GUI or software, rather we use the Terminal in Linux that… Read More
At times we may need to access multiple remote systems with different IP addresses/hostnames, usernames, non-standard-ports with various command-line options. One way is to create… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the Linux command lines for TCP variables. Find default TCP used in the Linux Checking the default TCP in… Read More
SSH is a secure shell standard client utility for Linux. It is used to establish secure connections to remote (or even local) ssh servers. But… Read More
In this article we are going to create a customized network setup, to restrict accessing specific sites.  Suppose we want to access Google and don’t… Read More
NetHogs is similar to Linux top command which is an open-source command-line program, that is used for monitoring network traffic in Linux. But do you… Read More
Many times, working with the Linux Operating System we need to find the IP address of a particular device on our network. It is a… Read More
dnssec-keygen command is used to generate keys for DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions). DNSSEC is an extension to the regular DNS (Domain Name System) technology but… Read More
Netcat is a Unix utility which reads and writes data across network connections using TCP or UDP protocol. Following tasks can be done easily with Netcat:… Read More
tcpdump is a packet sniffing and packet analyzing tool for a System Administrator to troubleshoot connectivity issues in Linux. It is used to capture, filter,… Read More
dstat is a tool that is used to retrieve information or statistics form components of the system such as network connections, IO devices, or CPU,… Read More
dig command stands for Domain Information Groper. It is used for retrieving information about DNS name servers. It is basically used by network administrators. It… Read More