Hardware upgrades!

I’ve finally managed to upgrade my setup. I was hoping that I would be able to write a regular article, but due to the fact that I needed to return the monitor and waited for a week for another one, I still haven’t started writing it. Nonetheless I’d like to share with you what I’ve […]

What is Staging Area in Git?

If you’re a software developer, you’re likely using Git on everyday basis. It’s a very useful tool that hardly anyone learns to use properly. I’d say it’s a little bit like with driving cars: we learn for a moment, pass an exam, then we don’t do anything to boost our skills. Sure, with time we […]

Black Sheep Suspends

I hoped it wouldn’t happen, but looking back at last few months I must say I can’t meet the goals I’ve set for myself. I don’t have time to learn new things, last few posts have either been publishing materials I prepared earlier for a different occasion, or things that didn’t require much effort. This […]

HackPy Part 3. – Wireshark

Scapy code sample

Reinventing the low-level network tools would never be complete without famous Wireshark and I’m going to fill this gap today. How to perform network analysis with scapy? Before we begin, I’d like to remind you that you can sign up to the newsletter to get info about latest post and support me on Patreon. The […]

HackPy Part 2. – Nmap scanning

Scapy code sample

In the last post I showed you how to reproduce traceroute’s behavior. Today I’ll show how to do the same with another famous tool – Nmap and specifically its half-open port scanning using Python with Scapy library. This has some great benefits because apart from learning something and having fun, you can extend the desired […]

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