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HowTo: Disable The ZEROCONF Route - 169.254.0.0/16

How to disable and removed from the routing table the ZEROCONF (169.254.0.0/16) route.

20 Awesome Nmap Command Examples

Nmap command usage examples : how to find active hosts in network, scan for open ports, remotely determine OS and detect versions of services, detect and bypass firewalls, perform stealthy scans and much more.

HowTo : Install and Configure Fail2ban on CentOS/Ubuntu

This article describes how to install and configure Fail2ban on CentOS/Ubuntu and similar Linux distributions, how to protect SSH server from brute-force attacks and how to manually unban IP address that was banned by Fail2Ban.

Anonymous Port Scanning : Nmap + Tor + ProxyChains

How to perform an anonymous port scanning with Nmap through Tor Network, using ProxyChains. And how to get round a situation where scan fails, because Tor endpoints are blocked.

HowTo : Disable The Iptables Firewall in CentOS/RHEL

Iptables is a built in firewall in most Linux distributions.

Sometimes it is required to stop iptables for troubleshooting the network related problems.

In this article you'll learn how to check the current status of the iptables firewall, and how to disable or enable it in CentOS, RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), Fedora and similar distributions.

HowTo : Install Tor on Linux - Ubuntu/Debian/Mint etc.

This guide describes how to install Tor Client on Debian based systems like Linux Mint, Ubuntu etc.

Tor or The Onion Router - is an encrypted network that can route your traffic through relays, making the traffic appear to come from exit nodes.

Finding Active Computers in Local Network from Linux

Searching for Linux command that can list all IP addresses of devices connected to the network?

Use nmap or ping commands to determine alive hosts in your local network.

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