OpenSuse vs Ubuntu

Among all the Linux distros out there, openSUSE and Ubuntu are two of the bests. Both of them are free and open-source, leveraging the best features Linux has to offer. However, each has its spice. In this article, we’ll...

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File carving tools

In computers, file carving consists of recovering and rebuilding, reconstructing or reassembling fragmented files after a disk was formatted, its filesystem or partition corrupted or damaged or the metadata of a file removed....

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Nmap scan specific udp port

This tutorial starts by showing how to carry out UDP scans and identify vulnerable candidates to execute RDDOS (Reflective Denial of Service) attacks.  This tutorial is optimized for readers looking for a fast implementation....

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Email Header Analysis

Analyzing email headers is one of the most common tasks in computer forensics, and it can help us if we doubt the authenticity of an email sender. An example of professional practical use of a mail header analysis may be...

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How to do data recovery from hard drive

This tutorial shows how to recover data from storage devices in Linux. In this case the data will be recovered from a SanDisk USB pendrive of 32 GB, yet  the process shown in this tutorial is the same as for a regular hard...

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Change the Wallpaper on OpenSUSE

When it comes to user experience, the look can have a tremendous impact. For example, the way your desktop looks plays a crucial role in determining how your overall experience will be. Improving the look can grant an almost...

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How to Install and Configure OpenSUSE JeOS

OpenSUSE JeOS is an extremely slimmed-down version of normal openSUSE Tumbleweed/Leap. It’s available as images for multiple virtualization platforms. When it comes to mass deployment and virtualization, for example, using...

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List Disks on Ubuntu

In this article, I am going to show you how to list disks (i.e. SSDs, HDDs, USB thumb drives) attached on your computer from Ubuntu. So, let’s get started. Using lsblk Command: You can list all the attached disks on your...

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Linux Command for Uptime

Uptime is the time a device, usually a server, is available, turned on and connected without interruption. Among Sysadmins the uptime of a server may be interesting to evaluate the components and configuration, for example,...

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