Difference between revisions of "Debian"

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doscan - port scanner for discovering services on large networks
 
foomatic-gui - GNOME interface for configuring the Foomatic printer filter system
 
honeyd - Small daemon that creates virtual hosts simulating their services and behaviour
 
knmap - KDE interface to nmap, the Network Mapper
 
lanmap - Network discovery tool that produces nice 2d images
 
libnmap-parser-perl - parse nmap scan data with perl
 
ndiff - Compares two nmap scans
 
nmap - The Network Mapper
 
zenmap - The Network Mapper Front End
 
nwatch - Network service detector
 
p0f - Passive OS fingerprinting tool
 
pads - Passive Asset Detection System
 
paketto - Unusual TCP/IP testing tools
 
pbnj - a suite of tools to monitor changes on a network
 
piwi - P(erl|relude) IDS Web Interface - A frontend to your Prelude database
 
pnscan - Multi threaded port scanner
 
psad - The Port Scan Attack Detector
 
python-scapy - Packet generator/sniffer and network scanner/discovery
 
scapy - dummy upgrade package for scapy -> python-scapy
 
xprobe - Remote OS identification
 
 
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Revision as of 18:56, 24 July 2011

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Documentation
Debian Wiki

1 Overview

Debian is a lightweight, stable, and mature linux distribution that has been around since 1993 and has over 29,000 software packages. The package design is quite modular, which allows developers to pick exactly what is needed for their project without building everything from source.

2 Package Management

Debian will offer [better documentation on this subject], but this should be enough to get started.

Update packages

apt-get update
apt-get upgrade

Install packages

apt-get update
apt-get install python2.4

Remove packages

apt-get remove python2.4

Search for packages

apt-cache search nmap