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How to Install ZenMap in Kali Linux 2020.3

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    Hi bro's! In the post, we'll teach how to install ZenMap, the GUI of nmap. Nmap/Zenmap is a free and open-source network scanner created by Gordon Lyon. Nmap is used to discover hosts and services on a computer network by sending packets and analyzing the responses. Nmap provides a number of features for probing computer networks, including host discovery and service and operating system detection. Fore more details, acess website official: nmap.org ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For install, follow the steps 1 - Visit the official website and donwload the .rpm file 2 - Use package Alien for converter .rpm for .deb $ alien name_of_package 3 - Use the command: $ sudo dpkg -i .deb* For zenmap to work, you must use the python2.4 package. 1 - wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/p/pygtk/python-gtk2_2.24.0-6_amd64.deb  2 - wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/univers

How to remove PPAS in GNU/Linux distribuitions Debian based.

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    Hello my brothers! In this post, we'll talk about how remove PPAS in GNU/Linux distributions Debian based. 1 - Make sure you have the add-apt-repository utility installed. $ sudo apt install software-properties-common 2 - for remove the packages, use the command: $ sudo add-apt-repository --remove NAME_OF_PPA 3 - after remove the package, use the command: $ sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade 4 - finally, use the command for remove dependencies: $ sudo apt autoremove For more details, use this reliable source: https://sempreupdate.com.br/como-remover-ppas-em-distribuicoes-baseadas-no-ubuntu/ Questions? Contact me in my social networks. GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln: @yan-brasilianoSee you next time 💣💢💢  

VENTOY - The best iso virtualizer for GNU/Linux and Windows!

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      Hi bro's! In this post, we'll talk Ventoy.  What is ventoy? Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files. With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)EFI files to the USB drive and boot them directly. You can copy many files at a time and ventoy will give you a boot menu to select them. Both Legacy BIOS and UEFI are supported in the same way. Most type of OS supported (Windows/WinPE/Linux/Unix/Vmware/Xen...) Picked up from the official website: www.ventoy.net   How to use Ventoy?  1 - Download the package in the official website. 2 - Extract the file and access the folder through the terminal. 3 - Execute the command - sudo ./Ventoy2Disk.sh -i diskinstall diskinstall - where you will install ventoy.    Check the partition name before installing, so you will install directly in the correct location, avoiding losing files.   After instal

Who am I and why this blog?

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  Hi guys! This post is to introduce me and tell what my goal with this blog.   I'm Yan and i'm student for analysis and systems development Also, i'm student english and my first goal with this blog is training my english and save my tutoriais for using later. My focus primary are distributions gnu/linux, more specifically, Linux distributions derived from Debian.  I'm a beginner user,but I will help with the basics and with a more friendly transition.     Posts about OS Windows will still come, wait!   ./welcome !   Questions? Contact me in my social networks. GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time 💣💢💢

Learn how to compile your C codes in the terminal!

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  Hi bro's! In this post we will talk about language C and compilator GCC - How compile codes C at the terminal? 1 - Edit your code and save with the format .c - code.c 2 - in the terminal, use the command: $ gcc code.c -o code 3 - a file with the format ready to compile will be created. 4 - for execute your file, use: $ ./code Your program will appear in the terminal. Questions? Contact me in my social networks. GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln: @yan-brasilianoSee you next time 💣💢💢

Books Indication: Penetration Testing - A Hands-on Introduction to Hacking.

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Hi bro's! Today I will start a series of posts on books related to technology, pentest and hackers. I'm too like read and i'll indicate some books that I have and that I intend to buy. The first book is a Penetration Testing - A Hands-on Introduction to Hacking(in Brazil it reads - Testes de Invasão: Uma introdução prática ao hacking).I'm using this book for study for my first internship and i'm taking advantage of the teachings. For those who want to start in this world of pentest, this book is for you! Have a question or want clarification? Send a message in my email and I will reply!  Questions? Contact me in my social networks. GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time 💣💢💢

Size suggestion for swap memory on GNU/LINUX.

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 hi bro's! Still about swap memory, follows suggestion for size a partition:       Questions? Contact me in my social networks. GitHub: @yanbrasiliano Linkedln : @yan-brasiliano See you next time 💣💢💢

Restrict limit of use of SWAP memory.

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 Hi guys, it's my first post and we're going to talk about SWAP. 1.What is SWAP MEMORY? Memoria Swap is a virtual memory that helps the system unburden and run applications without locking. It basically works as an extension of RAM, which is stored on the disk. 2. Is it interesting that the computer always uses virtual memory (SWAP)? NO! The files is written to a storage device, and it is much slower than memory.  3.What to do? On GNU/Linux systems you can create swap partitions of the desired size and can manipulate your access if you have too much RAM memory and don't often need virtual allocation.  Go to the file /etc/sysctl.conf $ sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf In the last line, type: # # Reduces swap usage vm.swappiness=10 # Improves cache management vm.vfs_cache_pressure=50 Save with a Ctrl + O and exit with a Ctrl + X; restart your PC and ready.  SWAP limit is set. Explaining: vm.swappiness=10 This value comes as standard 60, that is, when your memory reaches 60% of use