Using netwox

I will give examples of using netwox and describe them.
I described the netwox installation in this article – Установка netwox

Example of a standard startup:

sudo netwox

netwox has quite a lot of functions, you can see them by pressing after starting the number 3 and Enter.

Network configuration display:

sudo netwox 1

Display debugging information:

sudo netwox 2

Display information about the IP address or host name:

sudo netwox 3 example.com

Displaying information about the MAC address:

sudo netwox 4 -e 00:15:5D:38:01:08

Obtaining MAC addresses from the IP list:

sudo netwox 5 -i 192.168.1.0/24

Display information that will be used to reach the specified IP address:

sudo netwox 6 192.168.24.254

Sniffer, displaying the transmitted packets on the screen:

sudo netwox 7

Sniffer, displaying only the list of open ports that were used in the captured packets:

sudo netwox 8

Sniffer, mapping of MAC and IP addresses:

sudo netwox 9

An example of capturing packets and displaying brief statistics (the number of packets counted, the size of packages, the percentage of the number of packets (c%), the percentage of the size (s%)):

netwox 10 -d eth0

Convert a digit to an encrypted one:

sudo netwox 21 -n number

Converting a string to an encrypted string (sha256, md5, etc.):

sudo netwox 22 -d text

Show ASCII table:

sudo netwox 23

Check the security of the directory:

sudo netwox 25 /tmp/

Example of ICMP PING:

sudo netwox 49 -i 192.168.24.253

Example of ARP PING:

sudo netwox 55 -i 192.168.24.253

Example ICMP route tracing:

sudo netwox 57 -i examle.com

Example of TCP route tracing:

sudo netwox 59 -i examle.com

Example UDP route tracing:

sudo netwox 61 -i examle.com

Example of port scanning:

sudo netwox 67 -i 192.168.24.254 -p 1-1000

ICMP scanning for availability:

sudo netwox 65 -i 192.168.1.0/24

TCP port access scan:

sudo netwox 67 -i 192.168.1.0/24 -p 80

UDP port access scan:

sudo netwox 69 -i 192.168.1.0/24 -p 80

ARP scanning:

sudo netwox 71 -i 192.168.1.0/24

Flood random fragments:

sudo netwox 74 -i 192.168.24.254

Filling the table of MAC-addresses of the switch by sending a flood:

sudo netwox 75

Synflood:

sudo netwox 76 -i 192.168.24.254 -p 80

etc.

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