Installing TOR On Ubuntu Linux

Seeing as Ubuntu is one of the most commonly used Linux distros around, tadalafil and because I cannot be bothered getting a Fedora .iso, and because these instructions work fine for Debian also, here goes! (yes, in the images I am using BT5, which is basically Ubuntu)

To get your distribution name, the command “lsb_release -c” will tell you. This is important.

First off, sovaldi sale add the appropriate repository to your /etc/apt/sources.list file.

Essentially this command:
sudo echo “deb <DISTRIBUTION> main” >> /etc/apt/sources.list

Adding TOR repo

Adding TOR repo

Next, capsule we import the tor project GPG keys. I advise being root when doing this.

gpg –keyserver –recv 886DDD89
gpg –export A3C4F0F979CAA22CDBA8F512EE8CBC9E886DDD89 | sudo apt-key add –

Adding GPG keys

Adding GPG keys

sudo apt-get update to refresh your package lists…

Update Package List

Update Package List

Now we install the torproject keyring.

apt-get install

keyring install

Installing Keyring

Install TOR itself and the Vidalia GUI… It will prompt to add a user to the group so select your username!!!

apt-get install vidalia tor polipo

Installing TOR

Installing TOR

Now, we check is Vidalia working OK or are we already fscked. By running it.

Vidalia Works

Vidalia Works

If it looks like that, you are good to go smile Again, as per , just set proxy settings in your browser to use and 9050 as the port and you should be good to go!

Next up: Installing TORbutton :)

The observant ones will note the dates on the screenshots are old: I had originally made this guide for some friends who wanted it, and then I decided to publish it openly because, reasons.




[Howto] Installing Nemesis on Ubuntu Linux

Ok. Nemesis is a very powerful Packet Crafting/Injection tool for Unix based systems. I have heard that ALLEGEDLY it can be installed/ran on Windows also, ailment but never felt like trying, as I do not use Windows nor is Windows much good for ANYTHING to do with sockets.

Nemesis is similar to tools like “hping” in that you can customize the packet you want to send, and send it. Very useful for playing with low level protocols, and incredible if you want to learn more about the network layer stuff.

For more information on Nemesis, prostate you can always check out the following links…

SO. How do I get Nemesis to work on Ubuntu and such?

Well, most distributions do not have it in their repositories it seems, and just because it is easy to do, let’s compile it from source.

Step One: Install Dependancies

First off we need to install the dependancies it has, so the following two commands should do the trick.

apt-get install libdnet-dev
apt-get install libpcap-dev

No screenshot should be needed here I hope…

Step Two: Install “libnet” to the /usr directory.

Now for convenience, I do my installation in the /usr directory. Don’t ask why, it just seemed right at the time.

The following commands should do this easily for you…

The first three are “preparing the build area”

cd /usr
mkdir nembuild
cd nembuild

The next three are “getting the sources and unpacking them”
tar -xf libnet-1.0.2a.tar.gz
cd Libnet-1.0.2a

The next commands “configure” and make + make install the Libnet libraries.
make && make install

Installing Libnet

So. Now that we have successfully installed Libnet (if you get some wierd errors, leave a comment and I can try help you) we can go on and install Nemesis!

Step Three: Installing Nemesis

So. This is the fun part – where we get to finally install Nemesis.

Assuming you are still in the directory “/usr/nembuild/Libnet-1.0.2a”, just “cd ..”.

Otherwise, “cd /usr/nembuild” so we are all on the same page!

So. Lets prepare our “Environment” for the Nemesis installation by getting and unpacking the sources! The following commands should do it…

tar -xf nemesis-1.4.tar.gz
cd nemesis-1.4
Preparing to install Nemesis

So, thats everything prepared. Now for the tricky bit – making it build properly.

Note that I used very specific paths for this – this is because we HAVE to specify THESE libnet libraries!

Now for the next commands…

./configure —with-libnet-includes=/usr/nembuild/Libnet-1.0.2a/include —with-libnet-libraries=/usr/nembuild/Libnet-1.0.2a/lib
make && make install


Installing Nemesis

There we go! Now for usage and such, “man nemesis” is a good place to start – they don’t make those man pages for nothing you know!

Finally, to wrap up, a screenshot of Nemesis!

Nemesis - Screenshot