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Linux: Interface name modification

Linux provides an interesting method in which an interface can be renamed to suit your taste or script. This can be done by modifying the udev configuration file /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules. These changes persist after reboots.

Kismet: Configuration and Setup


Kismet is one of the effective wireless sniffers available today. It can and should be used in together with others such as aircrack-ng, airodump, airdecap, airreplay. I view these applications as complementary rather than competing. It should not have any problems with IEEE 802.11a, b, g ,n traffic. It should be noted that kismet is for testing purposes and not for any illegal activities.

 Vi: Search and replace text in given range

The vi text editor has the ability to replace text in a given range. This could be similar to highlighting text in the GUI editors and then doing a search and replace within the selected range. Only that in vi, this can be done much much faster using: :109,115s/patient/person/g
 

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