Change the User-Agent by inspecting the element.
Go to Network > three vertical dots at extreme right corner of network window > More Tools > Network Condition.
Change the User-Agent as requested and simply refresh the page.
PS. curl -A “User-Agent Here” http:// url .com
Create a batch with the following line:
taskkill /F /IM wscript.exe /T
HOW TO CREATE A BATCH FILE?
Type the above command
Save it as “yummm.bat” [replace yummm with any name, but make sure to have .bat in the end]
wait, how did you learn vbs scripting without learning batch scripting in the first place? Nevermind 😉
ON Windows, Linux & MacOS
1. Find the existing MAC Address for your WiFi adapter
2. Generate a random MAC Address
3. Assign the new MAC Address
ifconfig en0 | grep ether
openssl rand -hex 6 | sed 's/\(..\)/\1:/g; s/.$//'
sudo ifconfig en0 ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
We use PowerShell for this.
1. Find the existing MAC Addresses
I haven’t yet figured an easy way to generate a random MAC Address in PowerShell, so you need to have a MAC Address prior to this.
2. Assign the new MAC Address
Set-NetAdapter -Name “WiFi” -MacAddress “de:be:ef:c0:fe”
The term “WiFi” is the name of my WiFi Adapter.
Your computer might have a different name, which you can find when you type Get-NetAdapter command.
Grab HTTP Headers
curl -LIN <host>
Quickly generate an MD5 hash for a text string using OpenSSL
echo -n 'text to be encrypted' | openssl md5
Shutdown a Windows machine from Linux
net rpc shutdown -I ipAddressOfWindowsPC -U username%password
Determine if a port is open with bash
(: </dev/tcp/127.0.0.1/80) &>/dev/null && echo "OPEN" || echo "CLOSED"
I discovered I can telnet into my router 😉
Connecting to a specific FTP port in Command Prompt
[This post will be updated whenever useful commands are found in the temporary memory of my brain]
Serial Port Information
Changing MAC Address
Set-NetAdapter -Name “” -MacAddress “”