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[Network] Auto Network Discovery (Hostname)

Change Hostname

> sudo nano /etc/hostname
> sudo nano /etc/hosts (change row)

Verify Broadcasting is running

> service --status-all
avahi-daemon should be up and running (+) 33 more words

Ups and downs

I started out my morning by going to the maker space to learn more about their project. They want to be able to ping users’ devices and use the results to list on their website the members who are currently in the space. 341 more words


Becoming an Ethical Hacker – Week 1

Week 1 – Google Hacking and Port Scanning

My first week of ethical hacking is done and it was a great week!  I spent 9 hours working on scanning and reconnaissance.  765 more words


SkyDog Con CTF 2016 - Catch Me If You Can - Walkthrough

This segment of my Vulnhub series covers my walkthrough for the “SkyDog Con CTF 2016 – Catch Me If You Can” game. There are eight flags to hunt down. 1,638 more words


New Shavlik Patch (SCUPdates) Package Available – 1/4/2017

• QKPC132 – KeePass Classic 1.32 – Low
• QNPPP730 – Notepad++ 7.3 – Low
• QNPPP730 – Notepad++ 7.3 x64 – Low… 30 more words

Patch And Bulletin Information

Utilizing Utilities

I’m slowly moving into this thing.

I’ve installed “Alfred” to use as a search thingy.  It’s supposed to be as good or better than “Spotlight”.  We’ll see. 135 more words


Get IP address from MAC address with nmap

nmap -sP >/dev/null && arp -an | grep <mac address here> | awk '{print $2}' | sed 's/[()]//g'

Source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13552881/can-i-determine-the-current-ip-from-a-known-mac-address