Auteur: Vincent Verloop
Use a monitor port on your router or buy a Hak5 ninja star.
Then use Snort to monitor network traffic on your WAN port.
- Download Flash Player for Linux (.tar.gz ), from Adobe.com website.
- Unpack the tar.gz file. At the prompt type:
tar -zxvf install_flash_player_11_linux.x86_64.tar.gz
- Once unpacked you will see the following:
- Identify the location of the browser plugins directory, based on your Linux distribution and Firefox versionCopy libflashplayer.so to the appropriate browser plugins directory.
- At the prompt type:
cp libflashplayer.so /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/
- Copy the Flash Player Local Settings configurations files to the /usr directory. At the prompt type:
cp -r usr/* /usr
Type in the terminal:
apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree
and you’re done.
- Boot your computer to the Windows 7 DVD (or to a “Repair CD”).
- Click the button for “Use recovery tools”.
- Then select “Command Prompt”.
- The command we will use, bootsect.exe, is in a folder (named boot) on the DVD.
- We need to know what drive letter has been assigned the DVD drive to access the folder.
Type: diskpart and press Enter Type: select disk 0 (zero) and press Enter type: list volume and press Enter
- Use your DVD drive letter and:
Type: exit and press Enter to close Diskpart Type: G: (use the letter of your DVD drive) and press Enter Type: cd boot and press Enter Type: dir and press Enter
to verify that bootcect.exe is there (if you really need to)
- To restore the “bootsector code”:
TYPE: bootsect /nt60 SYS /mbr and press Enter
Type: exit and press Enter
- Now select Shut Down or Restart. Then you can reboot your computer into Windows.
If you are using GNOME, you could use File roller, which is the default archive manager and it lets you zip and unzip archives graphically.
From the console:
apt-get install file-roller
Download the deb package from www.google.com/chrome.
dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb
When then trying to run Chrome from the menu, an error message pops up advising:
unable to run as root
and that to run as root you must specify an alternate –user-data-dir for storage of profile information.
So let’s do that, browse to:
File System -> opt -> google -> chrome
Open the file google-chrome with a text editor:
And on the last line:
exec -a "$0" "$HERE/chrome" "$@"
Add the below text:
Do it like this:
exec -a "$0" "$HERE/chrome" "$@" --user-data-dir
- Download SDK/Bundle From:http://developer.android.com/sdk/inde…(or use the SDK in /usr/share/android-sdk ).
- Extract the tar.gz File (tar -xf nameOfFile.tar.gz).
- Open Terminal change directory to the SDK Path.
- Change directory in the subfolder Tools.
- List all available devices
- Select and id and create the device
./android create avd -n NAME -t ID
- Change Settings
- Start Emulator
./emulator -avd NAME
ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libGL.so.1 #SDK-PATH#/tools/lib/libGL.so
From the Terminal, do the following:
- Android avd
- Go to Tools – Manage SDK.
- Install the needed packages.
- Create a new Virtual Device.
- Start the Virtual Device.
What is Dradis?
Dradis is an open source framework to enable you to work efficiently by gathering information from different tools and presenting it in a variety of formats. We currently support:
- Burp Scanner
- Nessus (v1, v2)
- VulnDB HQ
- Zed Attack Proxy
Dradis is a self-contained web application that provides a centralised repository of information to keep track of what has been done so far, and what is still ahead. It’s the best way for teams to collaborate.