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By   WirelessPhreak      Monday, April 13, 2020   

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MAC Address OUI Search Enter your MAC address in any shape or form and our server should be able to handle it. Separated by periods? Dashes? Slashes? Separated every 2 characters? 4 characters? Not a problem. Your response will populate in a new browser window.
Enter MAC Address:


webkay or What every Browser knows about you is a website security consultant Robin Linus created. Robin's sites is an Eye Opening example of just how much data your desktop, laptop, or even mobile device browser can give up about you. Welcome to the age of no cookie web tracking. :(
http://webkay.robinlinus.com

IP Address Lookup (ARIN) Courtesy of ARIN's open API you can enter an IP address and click the button. Use the standard 32bit 4 octet format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx and your response will populate in a new browser window on ARIN's website.
Enter IP Address:


NetFlow Config Generation Tool This tool can help you check about NetFlow support and can provide you with the Configuration to enable NetFlow on your Network Platforms for doing Security Analytics
https://configurenetflow.info/

Bit Calculator Convert between bits/bytes/kilobits/kilobytes/megabits/megabytes/gigabits/gigabytes. Thank you to matisse.net for providing a streamline and efficient tool. Also while your there check out his DIY flamethrower.
http://www.matisse.net/bitcalc/

What is my Proxy Website to help determine what proxy your traffic maybe traversing. http://www.whatismyproxy.com

User Agent Lookup The “User Agent Lookup” allows you to retrieve information about user agents from our database. Specify in the field below the full user agent string or just a part of it.
https://user-agents.net/lookup

Cisco Type 7 Reverser

Take the type 7 password, such as the text below in red, and paste it into the box below and click "Crack Password". You can give this string a try: 02310D490E0A0A325F7E010B00161929000B2D

Type 7 Password:

Plain text:


Base64 Decoder/Encoder Base64 is not encryption -- it's an encoding. It's a way of representing binary data using only printable (text) characters. Here is a link to a website that you can encode or decode using Base 64.
https://www.base64decode.org/ 

DNSInspect is a FREE web tool which checks your domain's servers for common DNS and mail errors and generates a report with explanations how to fix them.
http://www.dnsinspect.com

NetFlow Config Generation Tool
This tool can help you check about NetFlow support and can provide you with the Configuration to enable NetFlow on your Network Platforms for doing Security Analytics.
https://configurenetflow.info

Qualys Labs SSL Test
Qualys Labs has become the defacto SSL test on the internet. The people at Qualys are constantly updating their web app and provide an accurate and informative test.
https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/

BGPlay
BGPlay is an advanced RIPEstat widget that visualises BGP routing information. For more details, click on the info button at the bottom right corner of the widget, or read this article on RIPE Labs.


BGP Looking Glass Links
Looking Glass Utilities provide expanded, drill-down information relative to backbone routing and efficiency of the network. Most utilities include BGP Route Lookup, Ping, and Traceroute. CenturyLink's Looking Glass
Looking Glass NTT Communications
Cogent Networks Looking Glass
Hurricane Electric Looking Glass

National Vulnerability Database
NVD is the U.S. government repository of standards based vulnerability management data. This data enables automation of vulnerability management, security measurement, and compliance (e.g. FISMA).
https://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/search

Javascript Subnet Calculator
Subnet Calculator
The funny thing about a JavaScript Subnet Calculator is that JavaScript integers are only 16 bit. In order to do easy bit shifting you need 32 bit integers. This code weaves it's way through that issue by storing IP address octets in arrays with 4 integers. View source to see/grab the code. You can use CIDR Netmask in the Network IP field (eg:10.0.0.1/24). Change the network class, network IP, subnet mask, or number of hosts to trigger calculations. This code does work on most browsers including FireFox, Safari, iPhone, iTouch, Android, Blackberry and even IE.
Class A B C
Network IP
Subnet Mask
Wildcard Mask
Mask Bits
Hosts
Subnet ID
Start
End
Broadcast
Bitmap


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