Nowadays two-factor authentication is common, you can use it to log in your GAFA ‘s account (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon), most of the time the double-authentication works with your phone (text sent by the company, apps, whatever on your phone).
Today we are seeing how is possible to log in your favorite OS using a simple USB key, then how to pair it up with your password.
What ? Really ? An article about RIPv2 ?
Yeah i know i know… Nevertheless for the CCNA you have to know RIPv2, so let’s study it !
First some theory
Routing Information Protocol is a Distance Vector protocol (DV) routing protocol. When a router learns a route it learns three important things : Continue reading
As described in its site the main goal of the project is to provide simple and robust facilities for loadbalancing and high-availability to Linux system and Linux based infrastructures.
My architecture, based on debian system on virtualbox :
Today we will speak about keepass. A open source password manager is very useful, as lot of people I don’t want to remember 674432 passwords… There is a lot of password manager with their advantages and drawbacks. You can find here a very interesting article about password manager, and here one about keepass (these articles are in french).
In my previous post I have spoken about tips with the great wireshark software. Today we will see other tips which make my life easier
Firewall syntax forgotten ?
When you analyze your capture an little option is available. In ‘Tools’ menu, the ‘Firewall ACL Rules’. It could be an easy reminder. There is several syntax, as cisco, Netfiter, Pfsense and even Windows firewall 🙂
The wiki page of wireshark website is just wonderful. Don’t forget to check it. Today we will see how to run wireshark as a normal user, or without root-privileges, then some understimate wireshark possibilities.
Running wireshark without non-root user
Today we will see how to generate a SSL certificate with Let’s Encrypt on a debian jessie and apache2. There are different clients, here we will use certbot, developed by EFF