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January 27, 2020

Wi-Fi packet analysis is always a tricky thing. For example, you have to make sure you have the ‘proper’ Wi-Fi adapter and drivers and of course the software needs to be able to interpret the packets, then there is all the other variables such as encryp...

January 20, 2020

I would say packet slicing is one of the most critical techniques to understand.

Back in the day when we had hard drives with limited disk space and we needed to capture for long periods of time, we used packet slicing.

Today I use packet slicing for a sl...

January 9, 2020

John Modlin provided the following write up along with a helpful accompanying video.

I have had a great time using ProfiTaps’ IOTA capture and analysis tool,


I was especially intrigued with IOTAs capability for remote...

January 7, 2020

In past articles I covered how to search for HTTP login credentials.


After my readers’ feedback, I wanted to cover another approach used to find lo...

December 3, 2019

Funny how this video of me taken about 10+ years ago is still so relevant.

I cannot tell you how frustrating and surprising it is to run into technicians who are not willing to try new tools.

I find this to be more the case with tools or software that you...

November 12, 2019

I tend to get a lot of 'Network Cleanup' projects. I think it goes back to the satisfaction I get when things are all neat and tidy - thanks mom. Tim O'Neill even referred to me as the 'Network Janitor' in some of his articles.

Oddly enough, I enjoy figu...

November 7, 2019

I’m sure you’ve been there before.  You connect a network tool to your network, it gets assigned an IP address via DHCP and now you need to connect to it.

I’ve been through this dance before and have used many techniques to determine the IP address of th...

October 14, 2019

I always encourage technical staff to get comfortable at the command line. This is for a lot of reasons:

  • More efficient than a gui

  • Learn about the device operation

  • Many times you can get information not available in the gui

  • A lot faste...

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November 12, 2019

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