BitTorrent File System – Mount and Download Torrents

BTFS-BitTorrent FileSystem

Apart from GUI and Command line downloaders, torrent has been a great source of data downloading and sharing.

But, there are times when you just cannot wait for your download to finish and just want to watch the content, like I do with WWDC everytime 😉

It might’ve happened many times with you too when want to see your favourite show/movie on torrent and have to wait for the download to complete to have a glimpse of your favourite content

or,

If you are a programmer and have fun with H/w tools like Raspberry Pi, it is pretty obvious that you don’t have display connected to your Pi all the time, but you can access the files over the network right to your laptop.
[ Continue reading ... ]

RWSPS: Fake WiFi Access Point – Walkthrough [ch7]

 How to setup fake wireless access point

“A Fake WiFi access point is a wireless access point that has been installed on a secure network without explicit authorization from a local network administrator, whether added by a well-meaning employee or by a malicious attacker.” – wikipedia

Fake WiFi access point is often called as:

  • Rogue access point, or
  • Evil-Twin access point

In previous chapters of this series, we have now learned to

But all of those methods were either too slow or too much resource consuming.
[ Continue reading ... ]

RWSPS: Post Exploiting The Network [ch6]

rwsps-post-exploiting-the-network-sniffing-ettercap-nmap-aireplay-ng-logo

So far in the WiFi Security and Pentesting Series we have learned to

  1. Crack WEP Using aircrack-ng suite of tools
  2. Crack the WPA/2 passphrase using Aircrack-NG
  3. Speed Up WPA/2 Cracking with Hashcat
  4. Automate the WiFi Cracking

Now considering that we are into a network it is important to learn a few thing that we can do to start our penetration testing within the scope of a network.
[ Continue reading ... ]

[TIL] How to Convert Coloured HTML Index to Linux Command

rootsh3ll-til-how-to-convert-coloured-html-index-to-linux-command

Have you ever wondered of making a coloured HTML index into a Linux Terminal command ? may be not but I did wonder how to do so.

and here I am with the complete step-by-step tutorial on how you can do the same, if ever thought to 😉

Checkout my new store for Best WiFi adapters for Hacking, Best-selling Pentesting Books and Best WiFi Boosters: Rootsh3ll rStore

Why would anyone do so ?


[ Continue reading ... ]
Shares
Share This