Tag: linux


Using Kismet

Kismet is a wireless network and device detector, sniffer, wardriving tool, and WIDS (wireless intrusion detection) framework. Kismet works with Wi-Fi interfaces, Bluetooth interfaces, SDR (software-defined radio) hardware like the RTLSDR, and other specialised capture hardware. Use Kismet to find and monitor nearby Wi-fi Devices: ip a or ifconfig sudo airmon-ng start wlan0 ip a sudo kismet -c wlan0 Read more →

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Wifi Adapter Monitor Mode

Monitor mode is a mode in which Linux can monitor all traffic on a network, regardless of whether that traffic is addressed to the computer. In order to use the monitor mode, you need a wireless adapter that supports it. Monitor mode can be useful for a number of purposes, such as: analysing the traffic on a network troubleshooting network… Read more →

Restart Networking Interface in Linux

Try out the following commands: sudo service networking restart sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart or nmcli device set [device] managed true   Check Networking Status /etc/init.d/networking status Stop Networking sudo /etc/init.d/networking stop Start Networking sudo /etc/init.d/networking start Restart Networking /etc/init.d/networking restart   To start Network Manager : service NetworkManager start or systemctl start NetworkManager   To stop Network Manager: service NetworkManager stop… Read more →

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Linux Vs Windows

OPERATING SYSTEM An operating system is powerful, and a usually main program that controls and manages the hardware, resources manager, and other software on a computer  (OUM, 2014). An operating system is a fundamental component of any computer system. Application programs need and operating system to function accordingly. Objectives of an operating system are: Execute user programs and make solving… Read more →

Take Android screenshots without root on Mac/Linux

Download the correct Android SDK for your platform at http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Update Java – Mac users: Update this from the Apple menu, Ubuntu users sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre. Plug your phone into your computer and start up the ddms tool. Open your terminal in the sdk/tools and enter ./ddms Make sure you select your device from the list in the right… Read more →