Sniffing Packets with Snort

Snort is a packet sniffer which uses the WinPcap library for sniffing network traffic. What makes Snort stand out is its ability to be configured to detect and log many different traffic patterns. This tutorial will be based on the Windows version of Snort, since it’s the basics, but for … Continue reading

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Linuxzoo

I want to advertise a little bit for a website called linuxzoo.net. I had a course at Edinburgh Napier University called Network Services with a lecturer called Dr. Gordon Russell, who is the creator of the site. The site is a great place to learn Linux, no matter if you … Continue reading

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Virgin Media and the WPS flaw

Some cleaver guys figured out that there is a flaw in Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). WPS was developed for an easy way to connect devices to a wireless network, by using an eight-digit pin code. WPS is enabled on many routers as default, no matter if they are running WEP, … Continue reading

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