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Jan/14

Asus AI Suite Constant FTP

I recently have been hub’ing it out to see what traffic was going through the network and found a startling discovery. Currently it’s setup between the router and modem so it is capturing all traffic going to and from the … Continue reading

14

Feb/12

O2 Pay & Go Sim With Samsung Galaxy Tab

Overview Below are steps to setup a pay and go O2 sim card with the Samsung Galaxy Tab P7300. This should also work on the 10.1 tab with 3G. Prerequisites Pay and go sim card Mobile phone Activate Sim Skip … Continue reading

14

Jan/12

Pay & Go Sim For Tablets

I was on a hunt for a regular sim card for a tablet and had different experiences with each shop: T-Mobile Store – Closet store on arrival. Staff was helpful in helping us and offered a regular pay and go … Continue reading

8

Nov/11

namebench – DNS Tester

There’s a really good DNS benchmark tester called namebench. It’s free (beer and source) and runs on Windows and Mac OSX. The software tests the current DNS as well as popular DNS servers like OpenDNS and Google. It also has … Continue reading

27

Oct/11

DD-WRT On D-Link DIR-615

I had a spare Netgear DG834N router lying around and thought about flashing it with a different firmware such as Tomato or xWRT but the router was not compatible with any 3rd part firmware. This lead me to replacing the … Continue reading

21

Sep/11

Security Holes & Backdoors In FreePBX

I found a chilling article by chance the consequence was extremely bad! It seems security was not high on the agenda when FreePBX was initially developed and the developers had built some default and backdoors into a system for easy … Continue reading

28

Aug/11

WiTopia VPN Abroad

Overview I recently went abroad to Cyprus and got a chance to try using a VPN service “on the road”. I had my Android and Linux devices with mixed results. Please continue reading to find out more. Ubuntu 11.04 I … Continue reading

20

Jul/11

Linux – List Open Ports

Command to list all the ports that are open / listening for incoming traffic: $netstat -a | egrep ‘Proto|LISTEN’