What Is FTP (File Transfer Protocol)?

The File Transfer Protocol or FTP is a network protocol used to transfer files between hosts or computers. FTP protocol is created as a client-server model where the server serves the files and different single or multiple clients can connect to the server and download or upload files. FTP first…

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What Is .htpasswd File?

.htpasswd is a flat-file used to store usernames and password. This file is generally used by the web server software like Apache, Nginx, etc. in order to verify the users via HTTP basic authentication. What Are .htpasswd File Contents? .htpasswd is a flat or text file that contains ASCII text.…

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What Is LLVM? Getting Started with LLVM

LLVM is a project which provides a collection of a modular compiler and toolchain software and technologies. The name “LLVM” is not an acronym that is different from other IT and Opensource projects. LLVM has started a research project at the University of Illinois in order to create a compiler…

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What Is Fedora (Linux Operating System/Distribution)?

Fedora is a Linux based operating system which provides innovative, free, and open-source platform for hardware, pc, laptop, cloud, and containers. Fedora is also called a Linux distribution where it uses the Linux kernel as the core of the operating system. Fedora History Fedora distribution is officially released on 6…

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What Is SMTP Port Number (25, 587, 465, 2525)?

SMTP or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol is used to transmit emails between clients, receivers, and email servers. SMTP service generally provided via different ports for network communication and transmission. IMAP and POP3 are other protocols used for email transmission but they are mainly used by email clients where SMTP is…

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What Is Default SSH Port and How To Change It?

SSH or Secure Shell is a very popular remote connection and management protocol used to manage different types of devices. SSH can be used to manage Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, Cisco, Fortinet, and a lot more devices. As a remove port SSH is accessed via the network using TCP 22 port.…

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What Is Nettime and How To Use Nettime?

Nettime is a simple time synchronization client for Windows 95/98/200/Vista/7/10 and Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016 . It is very lightweight and uses very tiny system resource. Features Here is some of main features and attributes of the Nettime application. `Free` where we do not need to pay any price to install…

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Ettercap Tutorial For Network Sniffing and Man In The Middle

As pentester we use a lot of tools during penetration tests. One of the main parts of the penetration test is man in the middle and network sniffing attacks. We generally use popular tool named ettercap to accomplish these attacks. In this tutorial we will look installation and different attack…

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Linux Avahi Daemon Tutorial With Examples

Avahi is an mDNS/DNS daemon, service which implements Apples’s Zeroconf mechanism. Zeroconf is also known as Rendezvous or Bonjour. Zeroconf have their main task to process. Automatic assignment of numeric network addresses Automatic distribution and resolution of hostnames, Automatic location of network services such as printing devices. Installing Avahi Avahi-daemon…

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How To Install Gns3 To Fedora?

Gns3 very useful tool to simulate real networks and systems. In the first days of its Gns3 was simple Cisco IOS image emulator. But recent years its development has gained momentum. This made Gns3 a multi-platform, flexible real-world simulator. Gns3 supports systems like Cisco, Juniper, Palo Alto, Pfsense, Docker, etc.…

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