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  • Learning.png.553dfae4ffc84f32edd3f10224a3ed93.pngLearning from others helps us grow together is what we are all about.  Knowledge waste management system is another useful term meaning you have all this knowledge but may forget or unable to retrieve this knowledge when you need it. Sure you'll find it eventually on the internet if you search hard enough but hopefully you'll share and find information here.

    We don't make any money but gladly take donations for hosting fee's, website software subscribtion fee's, beer fund, etc. So if you find something helpful or useful on the site or just want to contribute I appreciate any donation you are willing to share.

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    • dennis

      About us

      By dennis, in General,

      Like alot of us I was hoping I could start a business that would provide honest Information Technology (I.T.) to businesses and consumers.  My thought was I know I could do better than what is out there now (like the Geek Squad). So I created a company called MyWiseGuys and started helping small businesses and consumers in the area.  I quickly learned I'm not very good at the business side and it was costing me more money and time than what I was getting in return.  I changed the name to HOSANG I.T. but I didn't like sharing my name because of all the spam that goes with it.
      So in thinking of a new name for the tech side of the house that I could reflect my kids which I love more than anything, so I came up with ZAh Systems which stands for Zackary Alex Hosang (ZAH).
      What are we about?  Truthfully I love helping people figure things out on there own.  I don't mind receiving donations of a few dollars if you find that the information I provided just saved your job or a lot of time.  The money really goes towards keeping the website up and buying me a case of good beer.  I also throw some money at the site to make it a bit nicer.  As you can see, I don't get much money since the site is in dire need of a face lift.
      Also the website is used for reference.  Many of us that work on tech stuff all day can't remember everything but if we posted it on a site such as this it would help us in the future when we need to do that task or similar task again.  Of course in the meantime it helps anyone else doing the same thing.
      Of course this relies on more than just myself to contribute to the site.  It appears mostly I get spammers and hackers on the site trying to advertise crap for sale but for the few of you that register to contribute I appreciate it and so do others that rely on the site to help them do there job.
      Currently the information is free but there may eventually be subscriptions for a dirt cheap price for training material and tests.  Not positive I'll get to this but its a possibility.

    • dennis
      This is more like notes on how to use Wireshark so probably won't find a very in depth discussion but hopefully enough to get you going.
      You should have wireshark already installed.
      Capturing Packets
      On the menu, click Capture - Options

      Click the name of an interface under Interface List to start capturing packets on that interface. For example, if you want to capture traffic on the wireless network, click your wireless interface.

      As soon as you click Start, you’ll see the packets start to appear in real time. Wireshark captures each packet sent to or from your system. If you’re capturing on a wireless interface and have promiscuous mode enabled in your capture options, you’ll also see other the other packets on the network.