Archive for January, 2011


Posted: 18th January 2011 by haxrbyte in Penetration Testing / Ethical Hacking

Step1: Get a ALIX 6E1 link to Netgate’s ALIX 6E1. I got my firewall yesterday….mmmmmm. 🙂 It was $175,00 from Netgate. This converts to plus minus ZAR 1 226,00. With shipping , it came to $306.46 with shipping (I used FedEx International Priority – $131.46). This converts to about ZAR 2 147,00. The kit includes: […]

nmap is you FRIEND…. :)

Posted: 14th January 2011 by haxrbyte in Penetration Testing / Ethical Hacking

nmap is the tool any Penetration Tester/ Ethical Hacker can’t do without. The tool can be downloaded from – I will use as the target system for the demonstration: [root@byte ~]# ping -c 3 PING ( 56 data bytes 64 bytes from icmp_seq=0 ttl=54 time=162.937 ms 64 bytes from […]

pfSense is a free, open source customized distribution of FreeBSD tailored for use as a firewall and router. The project started in 2004 as a fork of the embedded firewall software package called m0n0wall. pfSense is focused towards full PC installations rather than the embedded hardware focus of m0n0wall. This is one of the most […]

2011 the year of the BLOG….

Posted: 11th January 2011 by haxrbyte in General Blogging

My NEW YEARS resolution…BLOG dammit. I want to frequently blog this year. Penetration Testing/Ethical Hacking is my passion, so the topic will probably be along those lines. Hope it’s worth the read :).