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7 February

[Book Review] Cuckoo Malware Analysis

It’s been a long time since my last post in this blog. Now I’m here to write new post about a book titled Cuckoo Malware Analysis – Analyze Malware using Cuckoo Sandbox. This book is written by Digit Oktavianto and Iqbal Muhardianto which are computer security expert, especially in malware analysis area. Fortunately, I need some information about how to do malware analysis.

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For newbie in Cisco like me, tutorial like this is really needed. Before writing this post, i even don’t know how to open Cisco terminal :D. But after get some help from my friend, i can update the IOS by myself :D. In Windows, you can use HyperTerminal to help you configure Cisco Router. But how can you do that in linux?

There are 2 alternatives as far as i know. You can use minicom or cutecom as HyperTerminal alternatives. The difference between those two is minicom is text based and cutecom has a nice GUI. But no difference in their functionalities. To use this program you must know the setup configuration to run this program. Below is the main config in order to open your cisco router :

  • Baud Rate : 9600
  • Data Bits : 8
  • Stop Bits : 1
  • Parity : None
  • Handshake : None (Not Hardware and Not Software)

If you use minicom for the first time,just type minicom -s to setup minicom for the first time. If you use Serial-To-USB cable, your device maybe connected to /dev/ttyUSB0. If you use cutecom, just type /dev/ttyUSB0 in the ‘device’ dropdown box. After that, use your favourite browser to open Cisco Documentation. It’s really good for beginner. :)

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Are you a system administrator that handle many server at once? Don’t know how to monitor them? Or may you have monitored them but it takes too much time to open them one by one? Don’t worry, now there is a software that can help you do server monitoring without open them one by one. Just open your favourite web browser and all information about your network and application running on your servers is avalaible there. Read the rest of this entry »

Do you know firewall? Firewall is a device or set of devices configured to permit, deny, encrypt, decrypt, or proxy all computer traffic between different security domains based upon a set of rules and other criteria. On linux there is iptables that can act as firewall. But for newbies, iptables is too difficult to use. Because iptables use console as its interface. Many people think that console is scary. But now there is Firestarter that act as GUI for iptables. Read more about Firestarter

Today,people having portable device such as laptop or PDA is usual. 4 years ago, laptop was a luxurious thing. But now it isn’t. However, laptop is an expensive thing for some people, because of that some people lose their laptop to a thief. Of course, it can cause so much trouble to the owner. Many devices created to prevent looting. But what do we do when our laptop already lost? Don’t worry guys, there is a free and open source software that will help us to track our missing laptop. It’s Adeona. Read the rest of this entry »

4 September

[Free Software]Monitoring Wifi Activity in Linux

Up till now, linux was identical to its complexity when doing everything. Many laymen regarded linux only for the person who has special capacity that could use him.

One aspect that was previously difficult to be used is Wifi. Previously, Linux did not yet have application that could monitor wifi signal that was received by your. But now it has.

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