µTorrent is an extensively used BitTorrent client owned by BitTorrent Inc. It is the most used torrent client all over 100 million users. It is a freeware and software developed for downloading a large number of files, it is provided … Read more
A lot of times, a little hazard is good and also needed in our lives. There are many reasons you need random data, some of them are related to encryption, password creation, lottery numbers, read and write speed tests, etc.… Read more
Metadata is basically data about data. Think about it as information that describes a file and provides a deeper understanding of the data you are looking at.
It can be used to index multiple files in a database collection or … Read more
If you are traveling somewhere and want to find out how the weather will be but can’t get your head out of your Linux terminal, if you want to know the forecast for your location, the current temperature, or just … Read more
Django is a popular high-level open-source Python web framework. It is well known for rapid development and unit testing included in the framework.
Django works well for most web applications and comes with essential tools to solve common issues such … Read more
What is ARP
Address resolution protocol (ARP) is one the simplest network protocols. It simply maps IP to physical addresses. When used with Ethernet, IP are mapped to MAC addresses.
Though simple, it is very important for interconnection hosts in … Read more
TCP/IP is the backbone on modern networks including the Internet. Understanding how information travel across a network is crucial for network and system administrators. Often, they will have to capture and analyze packets going in and out of servers … Read more
What is Steganography ?
Steganography is the practice of hiding information within a non-secret information. Early examples are writing secret messages on letters with invisible ink.
A more modern usage of Steganography in the information era is hiding data in … Read more
IP forwarding is about sending a network packet from one network interface to another, it is a synonym of routing.
If your Linux machine has multiple network interfaces, and if traffic comes in one interface that matches a subnet of … Read more
There are a lot of ways to find out your public IP address on a Linux or Unix-like systems.
In this guide, you’ll be introduced to some of the fastest ways to get your public IP address via your terminal.… Read more