I just make a small mind map of Kali Linux for all of you . This mind map was dedicated to Kali Linux community and I hope this small mind map will help you to understand about Kali Linux. I’m planning to update this mind map soon , included the Tools in the Kali Linux itself. You’re able to download my mind map here , and If you have some ideas about the mind map of Kali Linux, please write down in the comment below .
Kali Linux Mind Map , download .pdf here
I’d like to say “Thank you very much” to the Kali Linux developers ( muts, purehate, etc
Finally. I do Jailbreak into my iPad running iOS 6.1 successfully . Make sure to Backup the iPad before jailbreak the iPad. I’d like to suggest you not to restore the cracked apps and games after it. I suggest you to buy the apps and games via app store .
ifamilyphoto ; taken from : http://evasi0n.com/images/ifamilyphoto.png
Please read carefully how to use the evasi0n and download the Mac OS X version here
If you’d like to ask something related to the iPad and Jailbreak, please mention me on twitter
Below the original information from official BackTrack Linux ( http://www.backtrack-linux.org/backtrack/kali-a-teaser-into-the-future/ ) about Kali Linux :
Originally, BackTrack Linux was developed for our personal use but over the past several years, it has grown in popularity far greater than we ever imagined. We still develop BackTrack for ourselves because we use it every day. However, with growth and a huge user base, we have an obligation to ourselves, our users, and the open source community to create the best distribution we possibly can.
With this in mind, about a year ago a bunch of us at Offensive Security started thinking about the future of BackTrack and brainstormed about the features and functionality we’d like to see in the next and future revisions. One of our main topics of conversation was the option of swapping out our custom development environment for a fully fledged Debian-compliant packaging and repository system.
This seemed like a good idea at the time, but little did we know the world of hurt and pain we were getting ourselves into. This single decision concerning the future path of BackTrack brought with it so much power and flexibility that it has changed the face of our distribution.
What’s happened in the past year? We have been quietly developing the necessary infrastructure and laying the foundation for our newest penetration testing distribution as well as building over 300 Debian compliant packages and swearing in 8 different languages. These changes brought with them an incredible amount of work, research and learning but are also leading us down the path to creating the best, and most flexible, penetration testing distribution we have ever built, dubbed “Kali”.
In the wireless penetration tester, ALFA AWUS036H is one of my favorite devices. It’s because the device support packet injection. Beside that, the device has an amazing Tx-Power 30 dBm = 1000mW = 1 W. For better performance during the penetration testing, I usually set the Tx-Power to the maximum (30 dBm) in the BackTrack 5 R3.
Before that, let’s check the default dBm the ALFA AWUS 036H in BackTrack 5 R3 :
default dBm ALFA AWUS 036H in BackTrack 5 R3
From the picture above indicate that the default dBm of ALFA AWUS 036H in BackTrack 5 R3 is 20 dBm.
OK, let’s set the Tx-Power of ALFA AWUS036H to the max ( 30 dBm) :
- Shutting down the wireless interface : ifconfig wlan0 down
- Set the regional device to BO ( Bolivia ) which is allowed we set Tx-Power to 30 dBm : iw reg set BO
- Set the Tx-Power to 30 dBm : iwconfig wlan0 txpower 30
Now, the txpower ALFA AWUS 036H is 30 dBm
I hope this is useful for you . If you need to buy the ALFA AWUS 036H , please contact me by mention me in the twitter
After I update My BackTrack 5 R3 using apt-get update and apt-get upgrade , there is an issue with Metasploit ( msfconsole and msfupdate can’t run via console / Just blinking cursor ) .
First I just curious in the msf3 directory and I found the msf3 directory in the /opt/metasploit was empty. I try to unzip msf3.zip to create the msf3 directory, and It was successfully then I run msfconsole again. But after I run msfconsole the issue was not solved yet as well as with the msfupdate .
Then I just remember that the Metasploit will allow user to update the metasploit from git protocol. OK then I’m reading the manual of Metasploit’s github. And Finally the issue was solved by following the two steps below :
- cd /opt/metasploit
- git clone https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework.git msf3
git clone metasploit
After the git clone process finished, try to run msfconsole again.
Now I’m able to run msfconsole and msfupdate :
I hope this is useful for you & I’d like say thanks to esmnemon in https://community.rapid7.com/message/6717#6717
Some days ago I’ve changed My MacBook battery with the new one. It’s because My MacBook battery has reached the maximum cycle count ( over 1600 cycle counts ) and I’ve used My MacBook ( 13.3″ White Late 2009 ) for 3 years. And I hope I’m able to buy the New MacBook Pro in this year .
According to the manager of Authorize Apple Service Provider, My MacBook battery has a good performance and good capacity . He said that the MacBook battery usually needs to be replaced before 1000 cycle counts. Then he asked me how do I maintenance the battery life span . I just follow the battery maintenance guide from Apple .
Here I’d like to share you how to maintenance the MacBook battery :
- At the first time I bought the MacBook , I charged the battery until full ( approximately 8 hours ) and I’m not using the MacBook While I was charging the battery.
- A normal use in a day, I usually charge My MacBook when low battery ( the red led battery indicator shown , between 10 – 20% ) till fully charged ( 100 % or the green led indicator is shown in the charger ) then I leave the charger plugged in till the next two hours.
- I use My MacBook in the notebook temperature zone ( 10 – 35 Celsius degree )
- Store the battery with a 50% charge when I don’t plan to use My MacBook for a long time ( 6 months )
- Calibrating the battery at least once a month ( please see below how to calibrate the battery )
- Make sure Optimal setting for My MacBook
Calibrating the battery is easy. Please read carefully the calibrate steps below ( for MacBook (all models), and MacBook Pro (all models) ) :
- Plug in the power adapter and fully charge your PowerBook’s battery until the light ring or LED on the power adapter plug changes to green and the onscreen meter in the menu bar indicates that the battery is fully charged.
- Allow the battery to rest in the fully charged state for at least two hours. You may use your computer during this time as long as the adapter is plugged in.
- Disconnect the power adapter while the computer still on and start running the computer off battery power. You may use your computer during this time. When your battery gets low, the low battery warning dialog appears on the screen.
- At this point, save your work. Continue to use your computer; when the battery gets very low, the computer will automatically go to sleep.
- Turn off the computer or allow it to sleep for five hours or more.
- Connect the power adapter and leave it connected until the battery is fully charged again.
( taken from : http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1490 ).
I do the same way above to maintenance My iPad ( include calibrating My iPad battery.
Hopefully this article will useful for you all and Let’s share your experience & tips for MacBook battery maintenance here
I’m Apple Freak, and you ?