Archive for the ‘Networking’ Category

  WinSSH Update (10/July/2016): OpenSSH (7.2p2) Server for Windows (7.2p2 is latest version of OpenSSH) OpenSSH (6.4p1) Server for Windows (Previous version of OpenSSH) General Features:- * Security, if you want to access your Windows Machines cmd shell with full security. * Windows NT Service Support * Full install about 12mb, installer under 8mb (Including […]

  Windows 7 includes a little-known new feature called Virtual Wi-Fi, which effectively turns your PC or laptop into a software-based WiFi router. Any other Wi-Fi-enabled devices within range a desktop, laptop, an iPod perhaps will “see” you as a new network and once logged on, immediately be able to share your internet connection. This […]

Why I love “hackers” culture

Posted: 12th May 2011 by Babar Shafiq in Networking, Security
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From Nmap Manual If you find yourself really bored one rainy afternoon, try the command nmap -Pn -sS -p 80 -iR 0 –open to locate random web servers for browsing. (use it at your own risk !! as some companies might complain for port scanning)

Like most administrators, you’ve probably received a call from a user complaining that the network was “slow.” The good news is that with TPing you can monitor network latency, set maximum thresholds, and resolve problems before your users complain. Understanding your network, its performance, and its problems often requires a suite of tools that allows […]

  You might heard about Applicationā€level DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks on websites such as Twitter, Facebook and Wikileaks. Usually those kind of attacks involves a large number for HTTP/HTTPS requests to specific part of the website that could potentially eat up all the resource of  the server resulting unresponsive behavior from the web […]

Advance Bash Scriptiong Tricks

Posted: 21st December 2010 by Babar Shafiq in Networking, Programming
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Here are some of my Linux bash shellĀ findings, I hope it is good for everyone Find some text in current folder, sub-folders and files:- find . | xargs grep ‘string_to_find’ Getting current time from some time server:- cat < /dev/tcp/time.nist.gov/13 Convert Unix Timestamp (aka Epoch):- date -d @1292946804 Tue Dec 21 20:53:24 2010 Downloading a […]