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Indrajeet Bhuyan

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this is useful...Thanks!
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Something every security enthusiast should know.
 
A concise guide on Website Password #hacking using #WireShark. Works for every HTTP websites. Please Share and RT. Thanks.

Did you knew every time you fill in your username and password on a website and press ENTER, you are sending your password. Well, of course you know that. How else you’re going to authenticate yourself to the website?? But, (yes, there’s a small BUT…
Did you knew every time you fill in your username and password on a website and press ENTER, you are...
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Please note that sensitive data may be protected on the client-side when playing with plain-text connections e.g. with some JavaScript help. See http://tech.pro/tutorial/631/secure-authentication-without-ssl-using-javascript
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Bhargav Tandel

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Firewalk Package Description: Firewalk is an active reconnaissance network security tool that attempts to determine what layer 4 protocols a given IP forwarding device will pass. Firewalk works by sending out TCP or UDP pack...
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Oussama Chemlal

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Did you ever had trouble with Network Manager and felt that you need to try to setup DHCP or static IP address from command Line in Linux? I once accidentally removed Gnome (my bad, wasn't paying attention and did an apt-get autoremove -y .. how bad is that.. ) So I was stuck, I couldn't connect to Internet to reinstall my Gnome Network Manager because I'm in TEXT mode network-manager was broken. I learned a good lesson. you need internet for alm...
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ty bro
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It's a keeper.
 
Different ways to setup #DHCP or static IP address from command line in Linux. Please share & RT. #LinuxHowto #LinuxTips

Did you ever had trouble with Network Manager and felt that you need to try to setup DHCP or static IP address from command Line in Linux? I once accidentally removed Gnome (my bad, wasn’t paying attention and did an apt-get autoremove -y .. how bad is…
Did you ever had trouble with Network Manager and felt that you need to try to setup DHCP or static IP address from command Line in Linux? I once accidentally removed Gnome (my bad, wasn't paying attention and did an apt-get autoremove -y .. how bad is that.. ) So I was stuck, I couldn't connect to Internet to reinstall my Gnome Network Manager because I'm in TEXT mode network-manager was broken. I learned a good lesson. you need internet for alm...
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moving from BT5 to Kali is an very special experience #ParanoidMode advanced, I was surprise by somthing like "auto chg sshServer's key every minutes..." I haved found something to stop that with ~SereverManaged somshere in /etc... Till I could use ssh from an old BT5 useful 4 my programming worx. So finally, I'm using always BT5 in intranet without Wifi for stable programming and I'm using Kali in idle way to #Enjoy the experience. So realy thx for sharing these precious guide-line as a better way of using it. FullThx and I'm staying in touch :-) #bravo ans sorry for me baaad english wordy. Amen.
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Irshad Pathoor

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there is no cow! :(
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Oussama Chemlal

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Device not managed error actually is an interesting error. It doesn't seem to happen to Wifi interfaces. When a user connects their Laptop or Computer to a LAN cable, suddenly they get this Device not managed error and they can't browse internet. It is annoying and particularly confusing as the error goes not make it obvious how it was generated. Most people end up searching for "Firefox can't connect to Internet" or "Unable to browse internet in...
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jeret christopher

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+Moe Evans 
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peter samson

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Pls can. Someone give me a link to download Kali Linux PC version
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lol? "startx is the command which is use to write scripts" wut?
More like: http://linux.die.net/man/1/startx
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LAN dominator!
 
Denial-of-service Attack - DoS using hping3 with spoofed IP in Kali Linux. Please share RT.

In computing, a denial-of-service (DoS) or distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users. Although the means to carry out, the motives for, and targets of a DoS attack…
In computing, a denial-of-service (DoS) or distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is an attempt...
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Bhargav Tandel

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Kali Linux bible for beginners.
I've compiled a small list of things that I always perform in this post. Because I got multiple laptops and workstations, I've tried to generalize the following instructions to suit everyone's need. This is my list of 20 things to do after installing Kali Linux. Your requirement's might be completely different. If you have a suggestion, let me know via comments section. You can comment without registering.. so that's an easy way to give me feedba...
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#!/bin/bash
apt-get install kali-linux-all libreoffice libreoffice-l10n-ru  iceweasel-l10n-ru file-roller bleachbit transmission synaptic gimp dia dia2code geany geany-plugins pgadmin3 gtkhash vidalia etherape python-wxglade gambas3 gambas3-gb-signal gambas3-script gambas3-gb-db-sqlite2 filezilla
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I'm Programmer

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Very Useful | Join +I'm Programmer if you are programmer and #linux   #lover   #tips   #command   #cheat   #sheet  
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great stuff! thanks for the resources! 
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Oussama Chemlal

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There are just too many guides on Cracking Wifi WPA/WPA2 passwords using different methods. Everyone has their own take on it. Personally, I think there’s no right or wrong way of cracking a Wireless Access Point. Following way is my way and I found it extremely efficient and fast during my tests for Cracking Wifi WPA/WPA2 passwords using pyrit cowpatty in Kali Linux where I attacked with Dictionary using either cuda or calpp (cal++) and at the s...
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Why are people still using pyrit? Was it updated recently?

Last I checked pyrit ran using code that made cracking SLOOOOOOOOOWWWWW. Seriously, last time I ran it I had it setup so that 3 computers were GPU cracking, & it STILL was slower than oclHashcat on just 1 GPU. That was how bad @ least it used to be, and last I heard the person who built pyrit had basicly abandoned the project, & so it hasn't been updated (he went to college apparently).
I had even setup pyrit to GPU crack, so yeah, it is HIGHLY inefficient with the code.
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