Nmap, the ultimate security scanner has released the latest version - nmap v7.
What's new in nmap 7?
* Major Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE) Expansion : 171 new scripts and 20
libraries since Nmap 6 ( Including firewall bypass )
* Mature IPv6 support
* Faster Scans : New Nsock engines give a performance boost to Windows and BSD
* SSL/TLS scanning solution of choice : Scan for Heartbleed, POODLE, and FREAK
* Ncat Enhanced
* Extreme Portability
How to install NEven though I'm a Linux guy, I'll agree on this - Azure is awesome. Especially
for developers. If you have an MSDN subscription, things get a lot better. In
essence, Azure is pure awesome. Create, deploy, test, destroy VMs and cloud
services without any hiccups. Well, this post is for the command line junkies
among you ( fortunately or unfortunately, I'm one of them.. 😉 ). Managing VMs (
or cloud services for that matter ) from the GUI is too main stream. Besides, it
is insanely slow and considThis is going to be a very quick tutorial on how to install the good old
"Software Center"(the one we see in Ubuntu) in Kali Linux 2.0 ( Sana ). Some of
you might ask, why the heck do we need a software center, well, admit it, not
everyone knows their way around the command line. And if you're one of them,
this post is for you.
If this seems extremely simple for you, don't point your finger at me.. 😉 Let's
It seems Kali removed the package from the repository and many peTL;DR
There is this amazing python module that allows you to server any directory in
your file system through a web server
> just open up a terminal window and "cd" to the directory you want to server and
type the command "python -m SimpleHTTPServer", then visit http://:8000 to view
Imagine you're in a conference, or you're in your office and you want to quickly
share a file, some code, a video, anything, with your colleague. Let's just say
that you wanted to show the "cat video" > TL;DR
The post shows you how to update your CyanogenMod nighly, without downloading
200+ megabyte ROM file
I love CyanogenMod, so does many people. But, since it is maintained by the
community, most of the devices out there have what's known as "Nightly build".
Meaning, the ROM maintainer will release updates on a daily basis. Now, these
files are around 300 megabytes. It will be difficult to download the full ROM
every day and flash it. This is both time consuming and can take a lot of datCSF (ConfigServer Security and Firewall) is one of the best firewall/Intrusion
detection-prevention tool out there for Linux. I myself use CSF on my server and
it works just awesome. I don't have to worry about those bots trying to
bruteforce my SSH, IMAP etc. CSF keeps all of them at the bay.
This tutorial applies to the following Operating Systems
* Ubuntu 12.04
* Ubuntu 14.04/15.04
* Centos 6.5/6.6/6.7 and Centos 7
Features of CSF includes:
* Checks login authentication failures for SSHSetting up OpenVPN can be such a pain. I had a really hard time trying to figure
out what went wrong. I set up everything correctly, the connection between the
client and the server is getting established, but alas, I (the client) don't
have internet access. I spent a lot of time figuring out what might be the
issue, then I stumbled upon "OpenVPN Access Server". All It took was 1 minutes
to setup everything. No kidding. I was able to connect to the server without any
issue at all.
Today, I'll sGo HERE [https://github.com/MansoorMajeed/simple-portscanner]If during the installation of Kali Linux 2.0, you have chose to not use any
network mirrors, chances are you will be using a pretty basic version of the
sources.lst file. For those of you don't know, sources.lst file determines the
software repositories from where you can install packages using "apt". If you
have a minimal version of "sources.lst", you won't be able to install many of
the packages. For example, if you try to install "htop", you will get an error
saying "package not found". FollHello Guys,
This is a simple bash script I wrote to dump all the databases ( excluding
information_schema and mysql. I thought I'd share it with you. Someone might
find it useful, others might find it silly 😀 But, anyway, here it is
# Checking if the /root/.my.cnf file exists or not
if [[ ! -f /root/.my.cnf ]]
echo "/root/.my.cnf does not exist"
echo "Did not dump any db. Exiting"
dbs=$(mysql -e "SHOW DATABASES" | sed '1d')
mkdir -p dumped_There is no point in talking much about it. You're probably trying to get your
Ubuntu live USB to work. Let's get to the point.
If you have just created a Live USB for Ubuntu ( 14.04/14.10/15.04/15.10 ) and
while booting from the USB, you're getting this error
"Missing parameter in configuration file. Keyword: path..". You have come to the
right place, The fix is insanely simple.
You just press the "Tab" key, and then type "live" and then press enter. Voila,
your USB should boot now. Weird huKali Linux 2.0 is here, which most of us love already. Also, we love Google
Chrome, but these two ( Kali Linux 2.0 and Google chrome ) does not work well (
except when you do it right ). Today I will show you how to properly install
google chrome on Kali Linux.
There is a video tutorial on how to do this.
Kali Linux is now a rolling release, meaning there is no specific version
releases for the operating system,
If you are already using the rolling, you might want to setup your sourc