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Learn some basic WIFI security utilities
« on: April 23, 2022, 10:08:43 AM »
 

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Some basic usage of nmap for Windows 10 and Linux Lite users and iftop, avahi-browse, ss, and tcpdump for Linux Lite users. Simple steps to monitor your home WIFI.
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Re: Learn some basic WIFI security utilities
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2022, 03:57:06 PM »
 

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Some basic usage of nmap for Windows 10 and Linux Lite users and iftop, avahi-browse, ss, and tcpdump for Linux Lite users. Simple steps to monitor your home WIFI.
https://www.dbts-analytics.com/llwhoiswf1.html
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My issue is not with my WiFi but my ISP. The signal drops out all the time. I need something that tracks when the internet drops out and logs it.

I've had the ISP tech guys out multiple times and they haven't been here when it dropped. I've shared my router log with them and they weren't able to track down the problem.

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