Network traffic show – trafshow

August 10th, 2006 mysurface

I discover this tools when I play around in a Freebsd vmware image. You may not find it at your yum repo and also apt-get repo. But installation is easy, dependencies are less too. What you need are ncursors and libpcap, use yum search or apt-cache search to query and download the dependencies and download […]

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scan netbios name to check who is conneted to your LAN

August 9th, 2006 mysurface

By using nbtscan, you can check who ‘s IP is it. If that machine have specified computer’s name and various netbios name. To query netbios info from a specific IP nbtscan To query the entire LAN nbtscan By doing this, you are actually also checking who is connecting the LAN, this is useful […]

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simple IP or DNS lookup using host

July 31st, 2006 mysurface

The simplest way to find out what is the DNS’s IP or the other way round, use host host is an alias for has address host domain name pointer But usually if I want to find out IP of a site I ll use ping instead, anyway host […]

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Performs a batch download using wget

July 31st, 2006 mysurface

If I want to download all files in a directory of a website, i have to perform a long wget command, they is what I do at first: wget -nd -r -l1 –no-parent This works fine, but sometimes it gives some silly index.@xx files that wish I do not want. To make your directory […]

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wget, a powerful downloader

July 31st, 2006 mysurface

If you think wget is only a command line downloader, you are wrong. wget is capable of doing a lots of download. Bellow I gonna show few simple examples: Let say you want to download a file from a site. wget Sometimes lost connection might be happen in the middle of downloads, can I […]

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