Saturday, August 25, 2007

Nifty nmap scanning options

nmap -p for specifying the port to scan
nmap -O -v for remote OS fingerprinting
nmap -A -T4 -F for daemon version detection

Having an offsite backup for most people

I got a huge collection of documentation(security, programming, networking, and other miscellaneous docs lying around in my disk). There is a huge possibility that i might be moving out of the Phillippines, to pursue greater goals in my life, so i better have backups of the tons of data i collected over the years :)

That's where gspace comes in handy. What this tool does is that it provides a UI for uploading and downloading files from gmail, using Mozilla Firefox. I can have mutliple accounts and juggle file uploads using gspace.

Try it out, it's quite handy for people who needs to have multiple backups as a necessity

Republishing netsh kung fu :)

Blogger locked the blog, maybe because i wasn't updating the blog in a while, in any case here it is again:

Adding an IP address:

netsh interface ip set address "Local Area Connection" static _ip_ _netmask_ _gateway_ 1

netsh interface ip set dns "Local Area Connection" static _dns ip_