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How To Install Backtrack4 Using Grub On Ubuntu

Backtrack is an operating system that is specially designed for networking security. Bactrack OS is based on Linux. As of this writing the latest version of Bactrack is Backtrack4 with many, many useful applications. Before installing BT4, make sure you have installed Ubuntu on your computer so we can use Ubuntu’s Grub for booting. Follow these steps to install and configure dual booting Ubuntu / Backtrack4. Prepare your […]

How to keep your email safe from sniffing

Every time you use public internet facilities and hotspots you may be at risk where others are able to “sniff” or listen in to the wireless network traffic within range and from that, determine account names, servers and passwords from anyone who happens to check email while the “hacker” is looking. The simplest solution is to use webmail, making […]

FTP – File Transfer Protocol

FTP File Transfer Protocol Syntax FTP [-options] [-s:filename] [-w:buffer] [host]key -s:filename Run a text file containing FTP commands. host Host name or IP address of the remote host. -g Disable filename wildcards. -n No auto-login. -i No interactive prompts during ftp. -v Hide remote server responses. -w:buffer Set buffer size to buffer (default=4096) -d Debug -a Use any […]

BartPE (Bart’s Preinstalled Environment)

BartPE (Bart’s Preinstalled Environment) is a lightweight variant of Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 32bit operating systems, similar to a Windows Preinstallation Environment, which can be run from a Live CD or Live USB drive. A BartPE system image is created using PE Builder, a freeware program created by Bart Lagerweij. It requires a legal copy […]