This post is the sequel of “Subnetting Made Easy (Part 1)” so let’s repeat our “magic table”: 128 192 224 240 248 252 254 255 In CCNA (or Networking quizzes) you have an IP Address in this format: 192.168.1.1/30 and you need to find, Network, Broadcast and Subnet Mask. All of this should be done […]
When analyzing or sharing Nmap results with your customers, it’s helpful to have the output exported in a human readable way. This tip explains how to use Nmap and the HTML parses to generate a fancy report.
Hello all, in the standard subetting you have the classic table: 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 Another useful table could be:
I started to study for CCNA with the “CCNA 200-120 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant” the course is amazing but there is a lack of pratice, so I decided to use GNS3 in order to build my (virtual) lab and understand more about network. GNS3 is an alternative or complementary software tool to using […]
Hello all, I just received an email with the subject: “Bill number B81DB5488CC438A2” and the attachment is a lovely .cab file According to VirusTotal the detection rate is 13/57: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/7342f33a266888e44e0b832fd2f9f339ca4525f35334c4e784ee49a809505035/analysis/1422428804/ so I decided to work on a little analysis of the file.
Hello world! After several years I decided to blog again. I’ll try to update this blog weekly. I’m currently working on the appearance of the blog.