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The Art of Doing: Master Networks and Network Scanning

 The Art of Doing: Master Networks and Network Scanning
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Learn how to write your own Bash scripts to scan a network, change your ip/mac address, alert you of port status changes, and quickly set up a ...
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by Michael Eramo

What you'll learn
  • Learn how to set up your own virtual network of Kali Linux computers and investigate various networking options.
  • Learn various concepts such as IP addresses, netmasks, MAC address, address resolution protocol, arp tables, routing tables, and firewalls.
  • Learn about port addresses, services such as FTP, SSH, and HTTP, and communication protocols such as TCP and UDP.
  • Learn how to use various Linux commands such as ip, arp, ping, macchanger, systemctl, ss, tcpdump and iptables.
  • Learn how to write your own Bash scripts to scan a network, change your ip/mac address, alert you of port status changes, and quickly set up a firewall.
  • Learn and understand powerful tools like netcat and nmap.
Requirements
  • An internet enabled computer.
  • Students may find it beneficial to know the basics of bash scripting but should be able to follow along easily without.
  • A USB WiFi adapter (optional), only for the portion of the course on changing your MAC address.
  • Ability to install software on the computer such as Virtual Box.
Description

Scanning a network is as easy as entering "nmap 192.168.1.0/24" into the command line.  Anyone can do it really; the real question becomes why does it work and what is happening when you hit enter?

When I first started learning Linux, I would find commands online and enter them with AMAZING results...but I never really understood why or how those commands worked. I felt that I didn't own my knowledge or skills. 

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