Monday, June 30, 2008

fun with nmap

I had some fun with nmap today.

Should you care to see some of the horrible pipe-fitting I did please see the commands below:
nmap -A -vv > nmapoutputwithosdetection.txt  
grep "open port" nmapoutputwithosdetection.txt | awk '/[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]\./ {print $6}' | \
sort -u > iplisttoscan.txt
nmap -T sneaky -iL iplisttoscan.txt
What does this do? nothing productive whatsoever really. I wanted a script to go through and determine the hosts up on my local network, then simulate someone being "sneaky" when using nmap so I could watch the scan using tcpdump (note to self: start using a better sniffer like wireshark).

Sunday, June 15, 2008

my .fluxbox/keys file

Although I love gnome and kde, they are are both way too heavy for my EEE PC 4G 700. Speed is extremely important on a device with limited cpu power, more so on a mobile device (hence why putting Vista on a UMPC is insane). My choice for a window manager on my EEE PC is Fluxbox. It is easily configurable (with a little reading) and is very responsive, even on slower hardware.

Below is the contents of my .fluxbox/keys file, hopefully someone will get something out of seeing it.

OnDesktop Mouse1 :HideMenus
OnDesktop Mouse2 :WorkspaceMenu
OnDesktop Mouse3 :RootMenu
OnDesktop Mouse4 :NextWorkspace
OnDesktop Mouse5 :PrevWorkspace
# 100 = left 102 = right 61 = / 98 = up 104 = down
Control Mod1 100 :PrevWorkspace
Control Mod1 102 :NextWorkspace
Control Mod1 61 :ToggleDecor
Control Mod1 98 :MaximizeWindow
Control Mod1 104 :Exec gnome-do
Mod1 F1 :Workspace 1
Mod1 F2 :Workspace 2
Mod1 F3 :Workspace 3
Mod1 F4 :Workspace 4
Mod1 F5 :Workspace 5
Mod1 F6 :Workspace 6
Mod1 F7 :Workspace 7
Mod1 F8 :Workspace 8
Mod1 F9 :Workspace 9
Mod1 F10 :Workspace 10
Mod1 F11 :Workspace 11
Mod1 F12 :Workspace 12
Control Mod1 f :Exec firefox
Control Mod1 t :Exec xterm
# turn on bluetooth and connect to my n75
Control Mod1 i :Exec gksu netz
# turn off bluetooth
Control Mod1 n :Exec gksu nonetz
Control Mod1 p :Exec pidgin
Control Mod1 c :Exec gcalctool
Control Mod1 k :Exec conky
Control Mod1 e :Exec FBReader
Control Mod1 0 :Exec gksu /etc/init.d/networking restart
Control Mod1 9 :Exec gksu ifconfig ath0 down
Menu :RootMenu