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March 28, 2015

The Fast, Multi-platform Password Cracking Tool Called John The Ripper

in Security Administration by Johnny Plumseed
Weak passwords are the most common threats to the Information Security. Many users, still, are using the weak passwords which contains their first or last name, DOB, mobile number, father’s/mother’s maiden name, birth place, crush name, so and so. In this fast-faced technology world, it is such a worst idea to have these kind of silly and weak passwords. As we all know, “the passwords should be easy to remember, but hard to guess”. The strong password should consists of; At-least 12 or more characters, Upper/lower characters, Numeric…
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March 28, 2015

New Linux Certification Programs From Linux Foundation

in Latest Articles by Johnny Plumseed
Introduction The knowledge of Linux technology means there’s a world of job possibilities for skilled pros and you can be hired from many company. Many of Linux professionals in the Linux word survey report that knowing Linux has given them more career opportunities. While certification might not be a requirement for many jobs, it can provide validation for your skills and competence. The Linux certifications give you a way to differentiate yourself in a job market that’s hungry for your skills. Today i write this article to let you…
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March 21, 2015

Tonido: A Free, Private Cloud And Streaming Media Server

in Cloud Computing by Johnny Plumseed
What is Tonido? Tonido is a cross platform, free application that allows you to access all files on your computer from a web browser, smartphone, tablet or even DLNA enabled devices. You can access your files from anywhere, and ofcourse you can share them to your friends, family, and colleagues as well. Additionally, you can create a secure private share that only authorized people are allowed to access them. As you’re the only person to access or share your files to others, you have a private and secure Cloud on your hand. Also…
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March 21, 2015

Linux Distro For IDS, NSM, And Log Management Using Security Onion

in Security and Authentication by Johnny Plumseed
Introduction Security Onion is a Linux distribution for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management. It’s based on Ubuntu and contains Snort, Suricata, Bro, Sguil, Squert, Snorby, ELSA, Xplico, Network Miner, and many other security tools. Security Onion is a platform that allows you to monitor your network for security alerts. It’s simple enough to run in small environments without many issues and allows advanced users to deploy distributed systems that can be used in network enterprise type environments.…
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March 21, 2015

Performing Packet Sniffing Using Libpcap with C Example Code

in Monitoring by Johnny Plumseed
Network tools like wireshark, tcpdump, etc, are fairly popular for packet sniffing. This article provides a basic overview of the libpcap library which forms the base of packet sniffing for many network monitoring tools including wireshark, tcpdump, snort, etc. What is Packet Sniffing and How it Works? Packet sniffing is a technique through which the network data to and from your computer can be monitored easily. The data travels on network in form of packets and a packet sniffing tool can easily capture these packets. Mostly packet…
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March 21, 2015

Reduce Laptop Overheating Issues And Improve Battery Life

in Managing Linux Systems by Johnny Plumseed
Just like me, everybody are facing the issues such as overheating and low battery performance in their Laptops/Notebooks. These are the common issues and everybody are suffering with these kind of ridiculous issues alot. So how do you overcome these issues by reducing your laptop overheating and improving battery performance? Don’t worry, I’ve faced the same problems until i found some cool tricks from Ubuntu Wiki and Ask Ubuntu sites to get rid of them. I won’t say that these will reduce overheating to zero level and increases your…
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March 20, 2015

Installing Git On Scientific Linux, RedHat, Fedora and CentOS 7

in Managing Linux Systems by Johnny Appleseed
Git is a very useful version control tool in the today’s software development industry. I use it all the time so thought to write a useful tutorial for unixmen readers on how to install git on RedHat, Scientific Linux, Fedora and CentOS 7. We will install on CentOS 7. What is Git? If you have ever used sites like Github or pushed code on Bitbucket to show it to your friends then you probably know what git is, at least it is for sure you have an idea about it. Git is the most widely used version control system for software development…
March 20, 2015

Monitor CPU And System Hardware Temperature Using Lm-sensors

in Managing Linux Systems by Johnny Appleseed
It is very important to keep an eye on your system temperature. Because overheating may cause unexpected hardware failures. This brief tutorial describes how to monitor your CPU and other system hardware temperatures, fan speeds, and voltages using a command line utility called lm-sensors. Installation Lm-sensors will be available in the default repositories of most modern Linux operating systems. On DEB based systems: sudo apt-get install lm-sensors On RPM based systems: sudo yum install lm-sensors Usage After installing lm-sensors…
March 20, 2015

OpenCart - Setting up Your Own E-commerce Site

in Tutorial and Install Howto by Johnny Appleseed
Introduction OpenCart is a popular open source shopping cart solution and provides elegantly written tools to establish a fully functional online store from scratch in a very short me with intuitive screens.It is a free open source ecommerce platform for online merchants. OpenCart provides a professional and reliable foundation from which to build a successful online store. This foundation appeals to a wide variety of users; ranging from seasoned web developers looking for a user-friendly interface to use, to shop owners just…
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March 17, 2015

How to Use libwireshark in C Program to Decode Network Packets

in Monitoring by Johnny Appleseed
Wireshark is an open source network packet analyzer. It can capture, dissect, and decode various protocols. This helps Linux sysadmin to troubleshoot network issues. Apart from using wirehshark as a standlone application for debugging network packets, you can also write your own extension or plugin using wireshark libraries for your custom application. This tutorial explains how to use wireshark libraries to write custom code to debug network packets using a C example program. The code explains two parts. First, to capture network…
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March 17, 2015

Installing and Configuring OpenLDAP on Scientific Linux, Fedora, CentOS and RedHat Linux

in Managing Linux Systems by Johnny Appleseed
LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. LDAP is a solution to access centrally stored information over network. This centrally stored information is organized in a directory that follows X.500 standard. The information is stored and organized in a hierarchical manner and the advantage of this approach is that the information can be grouped into containers and clients can access these containers whenever needed. The OpenLDAP hierarchy is almost similar to the DNS hierarchy.The following are the two most commonly used…
March 17, 2015

Configuring VMware vSwitch from ESX, ESXi Command Line

in Virtualization‎ by Johnny Appleseed
In both VMware ESX and ESXi host, vSwitches can be configured either from the GUI or from the command line. vSwitch is also known as vSphere standard switch. The CLI configuration are very helpful when you are installing multiple ESX servers and planning to script the vSwitch configuration. This article explains how to configure vSwitch from CLI using esxcfg-vswitch command examples. List all vSwitches On ESX: To view all the current vSwitches in ESX server, use the -l option as shown below. This will display both the switch and…
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March 17, 2015

10 Performance Improvement Code Optimization Tips for C and C++

in C / C++ Programming by Johnny Appleseed
When you start writing your code in C, C++ or any other programming language, your first objective might be to write a program that works. After you accomplished that, the following are few things you should consider to enhance your program. Security of the program Memory consumption Speed of the program (Performance Improvement) This article will give some high-level ideas on how to improve the speed of your program. Few general points to keep in mind: You could optimize your code for performance using all possible techniques, but…
March 16, 2015

The Bash Screenshot Information Tool - ScreenFetch:

in Managing Linux Systems by Johnny Plumseed
screenFetch is a “Bash Screenshot Information Tool”. It fetches system/theme information in terminal for Linux desktop screenshots. It can be used to generate one of those nifty terminal theme information + ASCII distribution logos you see in everyone’s screenshots nowadays. It will auto-detect your distribution and display an ASCII version of that distribution’s logo and some valuable information to the right. There are options to specify no ascii art, colors, taking a screenshot upon displaying info, and even customizing the…
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March 16, 2015

Find System And Hardware Information On Linux Using Inxi

in Identify Linux Hardware by Johnny Appleseed
We already have shown different applications and ways to find the system and hardware information on Linux. In that series, today we will see how to find such details using inxi. It can be used for forum technical support, as a debugging tool, to quickly ascertain user system configuration and hardware. Inxi is a command line tool that can be used to find the complete system and hardware details such as: CPU, Drivers, Xorg, Desktop, Kernel, GCC version, Processes, RAM usage, Hardware, Installation Inxi is available in the default…
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Mar 15, 2015

Novice - How To Enable Apache UserDir In CentOS, Scientific Linux and RedHat 7

Lets show you how to install userdir for Centos, RedHat, Scientific Linux 7 with Selinux Enabled. in this method all users should have their ownpublic_html directory. 1. Go to…
Mar 15, 2015

Installing Linux-dash Web Based Monitoring System In CentOS, RedHat, Scientific Linux

Linux-dash is a web-based lightweight monitoring dashboard for Linux machines. This application will display real-time, various system properties, such as CPU load, RAM usage,…
Mar 15, 2015

Using Jigdo for Downloading Huge ISO Files Made Easy

As you may know, Debian distributions images are totally set of 10 discs. The first one is the installation image, and the remaining images contains the additional and extra…
Mar 15, 2015

Installing WordPress In Debian/Ubuntu

Introduction If you want to create your own website Free , Fast and Easy, Wordpress is the best solution for your needs. WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management…

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