Learn about various CLI and GUI tools that can be used to check Wi-Fi network channels in Linux.
I am a Certified Ethical Hacker and Security Research Assistant with over four years of experience in information security. My passion for offensive security, cryptography, cloud computing, malware analysis, reverse engineering, and threat hunting has driven my successful efforts in assisting numerous organizations to secure their infrastructure and protect sensitive data from cyber threats. I remain dedicated to staying updated with the latest developments and innovations in the fast-paced field of cybersecurity.
Here's what I've written (so far):
Baeldung on Linux
- Security (1)
- Networking (1)
- File Viewing (1)
- File Compression (1)
We learn how a POODLE downgrade attack works and how to prevent it by disabling out-of-date versions of SSL.
Learn how to use the awk command to read data from compressed files in Linux.
Baeldung on Computer Science
- Security (4)
- Web (1)
Learn about certificate pinning and how it’s used to verify the authenticity of a server.
Learn about the rail fence technique used for cryptography, and its shortcomings in today’s security landscape.
Learn about the phases of ethical hacking and the motivations of white, gray, and black hat hackers.
Learn about cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks and how to prevent them.