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“are these computers even connected?”
make any HTTP request you want
like curl but easier (“http get”)
on a linux router, slow down your brother’s internet (and much more)
what’s the IP for that domain? (DNS query)
is this domain registered?
secure shell 💙
copy files over a SSH connection
copy only changed files (works over SSH)
grep for your network
“show me all packets on Port 80!”
look at those packets in a GUI
command line super powerful packet analysis
capture & assemble TCP streams
“what’s my IP address?”
view & change the route table
replaces ifconfig, route, and more!
see your ARP table
spy on SSL connections your programs are making
in ur network scanning ur ports
GUI for nmap
identify OS of hosts connecting to you
a newer VPN
netcat! make TCP connections manually
proxy a TCP socket to a unix domain socket + LOTS MORE
like SSH but insecure
copy files. sftp does it over SSH.
“what ports are servers using?”
set up firewalls and NAT!
new version of iptables
construct any TCP packet you want
what servers are on the way to that server?
Use top packets instead of icmp to traceroute
manage physical Ethernet connections + network cards.
manage wireless network settings (see speed/frequency!)
configure Linux kernel’s network stack
do literally anything with SSL certificates.
make a SSL proxy server for an insecure server
see what’s using bandwidth
python 3 -m http.server
serve files from a directory
easily see what 188.8.131.52⁄25 means
enter a container process’s network namespace