5+ Best CMD Commands Used In Hacking
5+ Best CMD Commands Used In Hacking

Today we are going to share top CMD or MS-DOS commands which you must know if you want to be a hacker. Go through the post to discover the commands.

5+ Best CMD Commands Used In Hacking

We all know that Command Prompt is one of the most powerful tools in Windows which is well known by CMD. It is the command-line interpreter on Windows OS. With the help of CMD, you can do almost anything with your PC/laptop. We can’t explain what exactly CMD can do! However, hackers or some professional users know how to make full use of Command prompt.

Here in this article, we are going to show you the list of best CMD commands which are used by Hackers. Therefore, if you have just made a mind of becoming a hacker then you could learn to utilize this 5+ best CMD commands used in Hacking.

#1 ping

This command uses your internet connection in order to send some packets of data to a specific web address then these packets are sent back to your PC. The test simply shows the amount of time it took to reach the specific address. In simple words, it helps you to know if the host you pinging is alive.

You can use Ping command whenever you need to verify that the host computer can connect to the TCP/IP network and its resources.

For example, you can type in Command prompt ping 8.8.8.8 which belongs to Google.

You can replace “8.8.8.8” to “www.google.com” or something else which you want to ping.

#2 nslookup

It is a network administration command-line tool which helps you to obtain domain name or IP address mapping for any specific DNS record. Suppose you have a website URL but want to know its IP Address, you can simply type in CMD

nslookup www.google.com (Replace Google.com with your website URL which you want to find the IP address)

#3 tracert

You can say Trace Route like its name it allows users to trace the route than an IP packed has taken to reach a destination. The command calculates and displays the amount of time each hop took to reach a destination. You just need to type

tracert x.x.x.x (if you know the IP Address) or else you can type tracert www.google.com (If you don’t know the IP address)

#4 arp

This command helps you to modify ARP cache. You can run arp-a command on each computer to see whether the computers have the correct MAC address listed for each other to ping each other successfully on the same subnet.

This command also helps users to find out if anyone has done arp poisoning in their LAN.

You can try typing arp-a in command prompt.

#5 ipconfig

This is the command which shows every useful thing. It will show you IPv6 address, temporary IPv6 address, IPv4 address, Subnet Mask, Default gateway and all other things that you want to know.

You can type in command prompt “ipconfig” or “ipconfig/all”

#6 netstat

If you want to find out who is establishing a connection with your computer then you might try typing in command prompt “netstat -a” it will display all the connection and you will get to know about the active connections and listening ports.

Type in command prompt “netstat -a”

So, above are the 5+ best CMD commands used in hacking. You can actually explore the lot more than this, we have listed 100+ CMD commands in one of our articles! I Hope you like the post! Share it with your friends too. Leave a comment below if you want to add any command in the list.



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