18.WifiCutout Landscape

Dive into the fascinating universe of network security and system administration, where two tools reign supreme: Nmap and Netcat. These open-source marvels are the linchpins of network exploration and security auditing.

This guide is your ticket to a deep, comprehensive, and beginner-friendly understanding of these powerful tools.

Nmap, or Network Mapper, is a free, open-source tool designed for network discovery and security auditing. It's like a Swiss Army knife for network administrators, providing a range of features to explore and secure their networks.

Netcat, on the other hand, is a networking utility that reads and writes data across network connections. It's a versatile tool, capable of opening TCP connections, sending UDP packets, listening on arbitrary TCP and UDP ports, and much more.