Category: Technology

Excel and the F key

OK, so the title is click bait. But seriously the F key in Excel on a laptop with no number pad is something to be shared.  Excel decided that the F keys, you know F1, F2, F3… and the function key on keyboards that have dual purpose F keys, that the F key functionality should be switched. This means if… Read more →

Network scanning

This post will be focused mainly on tools and techniques that allow you to look at a network and see IP 4 characteristics like TCP open ports, responsive nodes on the network, OS searching. Some of the tools in the post will be things like nMap, Zenmap, Wireshark.   Nmap Nmap can be found here (Linux) or (Windoows)   Command… Read more →

Reaver Basics

Reaver can be ran on linux and does a linux based brute for hack (attempt) on an AP.   If you have windows you can:  Download kali image, download vmware player personal use version If you have linux you can: install aircrack, reaver and you are good to go   References   Steps 1. Install Reaver (Google… Read more →

ASP.NET Gridview conditional formatting

  The below will dynamically change the background color of  a gridview called gridview1 when the column data value called SiteScheduleStatus = Scheduled to light green, otherwise the background color of the gridview will be Misty Rose. Protected Sub GridView1_RowDataBound(sender As Object, e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewRowEventArgs) Handles GridView1.RowDataBound If e.Row.RowType = DataControlRowType.DataRow Then If DataBinder.Eval(e.Row.DataItem, “SiteScheduleStatus”).ToString() = “Scheduled” Then e.Row.BackColor =… Read more →