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If you are thinking of becoming a system administrator, or you are already a system admin, then this article is for you. As a system… Read More
Here we will discuss how to use Steghide on Kali Linux to hide and remove hidden data within an image. Various Steganography tools are available,… Read More
Do you want to run a quick performance test on your Linux machine? You may want to check the dstat command. Dstat is a versatile… Read More
It’s just as critical for terminal users to be able to keep track of their system’s resource use. Knowing how much of your system’s resources… Read More
Kalitorify is a free and open-source tool to become anonymous on the Internet while testing the security of a web browser. kalitorify uses ip-tables to… Read More
The FatRat is a free and open-source tool used as an exploiting tool. The FatRat tool adds malware with a payload and after that, the… Read More
Red Hawk is a free and open-source tool available on GitHub. Red Hawk is used to scanning websites for information gathering and finding vulnerabilities. Red… Read More
Slowloris is a free and Open source tool available on Github. We can perform a denial of service attack using this tool. It’s a framework… Read More
There are a variety of situations in which you will need performance data. Benchmarking, tracking a system’s overall health, and attempting to find out what… Read More
Sysdig is an open-source, cross-platform, system exploration/diagnosing and troubleshooting tool for Linux. Sysdig was written in Lua program language. Sysdig also has a simple, intuitive,… Read More
VnStat is a network utility that uses a command-line interface designed for Linux. Logs of the selected interface(s) of hourly, daily, and monthly network traffic… Read More
Exif stands for Exchangeable image file format. It is a standard that specifies the formats for images, sound, and ancillary tags used by cameras, scanners,… Read More
SoCLI is a command-line tool written in python used to search queries on the stack overflow. We can search anything on stack overflow using the… Read More
atop is an ASCII full-screen interactive performance monitor which is kind of similar to the top command to view the load over a Linux system.… Read More
Hegemon is a work-in-progress modular system monitor written in secure Rust programming language. This allows users to monitor utilization and hardware in a single dashboard.… Read More