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How to Capture Packets with Wireshark

Show Notes: “Wireshark is a very powerful and popular network analyzer for Windows, Mac Linux- a tool that is used to inspect data passing through a network interface, be it your Ethernet LAN or even Wireless radio. These series of data are considered Frames, of which include “packets”. Wireshark has the ability to capture all …

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Hak5 Proxies – Part 1

Hak5 has is making a video series on how proxies work and how to set them up. Check it out below!

The new Wifi Pineapple on Tekzilla with Snubs

Check out the new Wifi pineapple Mark IV. It runs the newest Jasager suit, has the Atheros AR9331 SoC, two Ethernet Ports, 802.11 b/g/n and USB for another wifi antenna or a 3G or 4G dongle. Most wireless devices including laptops, tablets and smartphones have network software that automatically connects to access points they remember. This convenient …

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Turn That Old Computer Into A Virtual machine Server

Do you have an old semi powerful machine. Turn that into a proxmox virtual server. Darren Kitchen from Hak5 will show you how. Here is the second video showing how to setup more machines into the cluster and moving VM around.

Are We Running Out of IP Addresses? The American Registry of Internet Numbers at CES 2012

We just found The Internet at CES! Hear all about the details of ARIN, the American Registry of Internet Numbers, the original organization that keeps track of every IP address. Darren discusses the transition to IPv6 since the number of IPv4 address is fixed, and we are indeed running out. Let’s just NAT everything! ———– …

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