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Topics covered in this episode:

Fedora 31 Released
MX 19 Released
Firefox 70 Released
Punycode Phishing Attack
Do You Need A VPN?
Steam Gets Cooler

Software Spotlight:
nmap is an easy to use network scanner that lets you discover hosts and services running on a computer.

One example of where the everyday user can utilize nmap is to use this command:

“`$ sudo nmap -sT -O localhost“`

This will show you the open ports on your computer. You may see things like 631/tcp for printer or 9050/tcp for Tor. However, you may also find some ports open you don’t intend to leave open.

nmap can be found in most repositories

Tips & Tricks: