Andrea Mazzocchi

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Feb
26
comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
"-sN" is the flag standing for TCP Null...I don't know why, but now nmap found my Home computer's IP address! I didn't try -sN before, thanks.
Feb
26
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Feb
26
comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
Thanks @Iszi I already knew BackTrack, but now I only want to know a method to get the IP address of my home computer in the ways I wrote above :)
Feb
26
comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
@Iszi that's the point: I want to know the IP address of my home computer without logging into the modem: just using built-in commands in Ubuntu...just me and the shell against the world ^_^
Feb
26
comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
Not exactly: I can see on my personal modem configurations which computers are connected, for example: iPhone : wifi : 192.168.x.x myNotebook : wifi : 192.168.x.x myHomeComputer : ethernet : 192.168.x.x I saw this by digiting the IP address of my modem on the browser...so I know the IP address of my home computer, but I want to know if there's another way to find it out, for example through a shell (I'm running Ubuntu 12.10 on my Notebook).
Feb
26
comment How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?
Sorry, I thought of it as a security question. Where should I post it?
Feb
26
asked How do I find a target on the wired network, from an attack system on Wi-Fi?