How to use AWUS036ACH (rtl8812au) with Kali Linux

Kali Linux 2017.1 release now supports RTL8812AU Wireless Card Injection. These drivers are not part of the standard Linux kernel, and have been modified to allow for injection. This chipset supports 802.11 AC, making this one of the first drivers to bring injection-related wireless attacks to this standard, and with companies such as ALFA making the AWUS036ACH wireless cards, it’s expected that this card will be an arsenal favourite.

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Django CMS + NPM + Webpack + Babel + Uikit + React

mkvirtualenv mysite
workon mysite
pip install djangocms-installer
djangocms mysite
cd mysite
python manage.py migrate
python manage.py createsuperuser
python manage.py runserver
npm install uikit

Using ES6 and ES7 in the Browser, with Babel 6 and Webpack

Initialize with npm

npm init

Accept the default for all the prompts

Installing and Configuring Webpack

Webpack is a module bundler which takes modules with dependencies and generates static assets by bundling them together based on some configuration.

Let’s start with installing webpack using npm

npm i webpack -S

Webpack requires some configuration settings to carry out its work and the best practice is doing it via a config file called webpack.config.js.

touch webpack.config.js

Update the config file as follows:


var webpack = require('webpack');
var path = require('path');

var BUILD_DIR = path.resolve(__dirname, 'src/client/public');
var APP_DIR = path.resolve(__dirname, 'src/client/app');

var config = {
  entry: APP_DIR + '/index.jsx',
  output: {
    path: BUILD_DIR,
    filename: 'bundle.js'
  }
};

module.exports = config;

Now in the terminal run the following command

./node_modules/.bin/webpack -d

The above command runs the webpack in the development mode and generates the bundle.js file and its associated map file bundle.js.map in the src/client/public directory.

Babel installation

Start by installing the babel-core and babel-loader packages:

npm install --save-dev babel-loader babel-core

Next, you’ll need to install any presets and plugins you need. Start with babel-preset-es2015 – Babel’s collection of ES6 transforms. If you’re using JSX, you’ll also want babel-preset-react. And if you want to play with fire, you can add babel-preset-stage-0 for access to ES7 decorators, async/await, etc.


# For ES6/ES2015 support
npm install babel-preset-es2015 --save-dev

# If you want to use JSX
npm install babel-preset-react --save-dev

# If you want to use experimental ES7 features
npm install babel-preset-stage-0 --save-dev

Install all packages at ones:

npm install babel-loader babel-core babel-preset-es2015 webpack --save-dev

Runtime support

Babel can’t support all of ES6 with compilation alone — it also requires some runtime support. In particular, the new ES6 built-ins like Set, Map and Promise must be polyfilled, and Babel’s generator implementation also uses a number of runtime helpers. Given your app doesn’t have to share a JavaScript environment with other apps, you’ll be ok to use babel-polyfill to handle this:

<

pre><npm install babel-polyfill –save

Babel also bakes a number of smaller helpers directly into your compiled code. This is OK for single files, but when bundling with Webpack, repeated code will result in a heavier file size. It is possible to replace these helpers with calls to the babel-runtime package by adding the transform-runtime plugin:

npm install babel-runtime –save
npm install babel-plugin-transform-runtime –save-dev

Usage

Via config


module: {
  loaders: [
    { test: /\.js$/, exclude: /node_modules/, loader: "babel-loader" }
  ]
}

Create .babelrc configuration file

You’ve configured Babel but you haven’t made it actually do anything. Create a .babelrc config in your project root and enable some plugins.

To start, you can use the env preset, which enables transforms for ES2015+

npm install babel-preset-env --save-dev

In order to enable the preset you have to define it in your .babelrc file, like this:

touch .babelrc

{
  "presets": ["env"]
}

React installation

npm i babel-loader babel-preset-es2015 babel-preset-react -S

The babel-preset-es2015 and babel-preset-react are plugins being used by the babel-loader to translate ES6 and JSX syntax respectively.

As we did for Webpack, babel-loader also requires some configuration. Here we need to tell it to use the ES6 and JSX plugins.

Create a .babelrc file and update it as below:

touch .babelrc

 {
  "presets" : ["es2015", "react"]
}

How to install Git

There are several ways to install Git on a Mac. In fact, if you’ve installed XCode (or it’s Command Line Tools), Git may already be installed. To find out, open a terminal and enter git –version.

$ git --version
git version 2.7.0 (Apple Git-66)

Apple actually maintain and ship their own fork of Git, but it tends to lag behind mainstream Git by several major versions. You may want to install a newer version of Git using one of the methods below:

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How to install Virtualenv & Virtualenvwrapper

A Virtual Environment is a tool to keep the dependencies required by different projects in separate places, by creating virtual Python environments for them. It solves the “Project X depends on version 1.x but, Project Y needs 4.x” dilemma, and keeps your global site-packages directory clean and manageable.

For example, you can work on a project which requires Django 1.10 while also maintaining a project which requires Django 1.8.

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How to Restore the Windows 7 MBR (Master Boot Record)

  1. Boot your computer to the Windows 7 DVD (or to a “Repair CD”).
  2. Click the button for “Use recovery tools”.
  3. Then select “Command Prompt”.
  4. The command we will use, bootsect.exe, is in a folder (named boot) on the DVD.
  5. 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

  6. 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)

  7. To restore the “bootsector code”:
    TYPE: bootsect /nt60 SYS /mbr
    and press Enter

  8. Type: exit
    and press Enter

  9. Now select Shut Down or Restart. Then you can reboot your computer into Windows.

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