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In no particular order, I'm an:

Engineer; Programmer; Networker; Occasional Sysadmin; Parent; Perpetual Student; Spiritual Being; Wannabe Hacker; Nerd; Political Junkie; Scientist; White Hat; Geek

Also, a recovering, though often relapsing, n00b. :-)

Let's make code, not war.


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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
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comment wireshark does't show HTTP requests from other devices
Nice answer. One thing I'd add/change to the list of four options, given that, presumably, the OP is on a home router/switch/AP box that doesn't support the two middle options (and the fourth requires some experience), is possibly getting a cheap 4-port hub (not a switch!) and installing that between the existing wifi router/ap and the upstream network (e.g. DSL or cable modem). Plugging the sniffing computer into another port on said hub will do the trick.
Jan
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awarded  Critic
Jan
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answered Can we control the SSL version for ClientHello
Jun
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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comment When should I use the word hacker, cracker, or black hat?
+1. "miscreant" is also a nice word for the baddies. :-)
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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awarded  Student
May
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comment Is there an easy way to see a log of SCP activity on a server (ala /var/log/secure for ssh login)?
I know it uses SSH and I thought logs would also go to the same place, but it actually doesn't show up in /var/log/secure nor /var/log/messages. The only evidence of SCP is when I have SELinux and auditd running... in which case it gets logged in /var/log/audit/audit.log.
May
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asked Is there an easy way to see a log of SCP activity on a server (ala /var/log/secure for ssh login)?
Apr
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answered What actions should be taken by site according to Data Protection legislations?
Mar
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answered malware classification based on action
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awarded  Teacher
Mar
28
answered Are Three attempts to block login a good idea?
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