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If you really want to accomplish that using a packet generator, I can recommend Scapy, which is a packet generator library for Python. You can use it out of the box on the Python Console or script it. It should also run on Windows. Nevertheless, as already recommended in the comments, maybe nmap should be sufficient to accomplish your aim. nmap is not ...


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Platform choice is probably the big criteria. You get access to a lot more file systems than on Windows. You also have access to a more exhaustive set of tunables, should you be interested in going that route. Some people also prefer the Linux firewall to the Windows one. There are also a lot of widely used tools in the Linux world that have niche ...


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No, there isn't. Strictly speaking, whenever any Linux distribution calls itself a server edition, it's marketing. A distribution can include software that's more suited to server use in its repositories but at the end of the day, it's Linux and if you really wanted to you could install Frogatto on SLES although you might have to compile it from source or ...


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You should consider hping3. It has plenty of documentation, and it will probably be able to do what you want.


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If your MS Word is version 2007 or above then choose .docx type. If not, then choose .doc type.


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The guest operating system runs inside the host. The host has full control over everything that the guest does and everything that goes in or out of the guest. Thus any confidential information that becomes accessible to the guest is also accessible to the host. A rogue process on the host can access everything in the guest, assuming that it has sufficient ...


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When both the Host and Guest OSes are turned off and the data is at rest on a storage device, is it any easier/harder to retrieve the encrypted file system? This scenario is similar to the security of a Truecrypt encrypted container in Host OS. If the Host is already off then accessibility can only be through personal access where more or less, ...


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Actually if you just leave an unallocated space and 3 primary partitions(1 media 1windows system and 1 windows boot) and then try to install debian and choose guided mode(use 1st largest free space) then it will automatically create 2 logical volumes(1 swap and 1 where all your system files and home folder resides) within an extended primary partition. So ...


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Try running sudo ntfsfix /dev/sdXY, where sdXY is the name of your device.


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I added C:\cygwin\bin i.e. cygwin installation path to System variable "Path". It solves two problems 1) You need not to do cd to particular folder (go to particular folder and press alt+d, type cmd) 2) Use cygwin terminal as default cmd in windows.



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