Monthly Archives: October 2012

ntop install on FreeBSD

We install ntop from packages simply because this is one service that’s impossible to install from source.

Next we need to create a group and user for the ntop process.
Now we need to give rights to the ntop user/group to the ntop folder in /var/db.

Posted in FreeBSD

Elgg install on FreeBSD

Start by going to the Elgg project download page and get the latest (recommended). I save to my workstation desktop then use winrar to extract the compressed folder, then go into the extracted folder and rename the file to elgg. Then I upload the folder via WinSCP.

Posted in FreeBSD

WEP Cracking with BackTrack 5 R3

Insert at least a 4GB USB stick first because from my experience I get an error saying I have run out of space after about 4 hours of building the capture file. We are going to use the stick to save to our capture to.
BackTrack File Browser

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Beginning BackTrack 5 R3 Linux

Booting from the CD you can either wait here for the menu to auto load or hit enter.

You can either wait for the countdown or hit enter to select.

You’ll see the following screen while waiting for the initial terminal to launch.

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