So I have some final words. I used screen-o-matic to do my presentation but somehow managed to fit everything in 15 minutes. Time flies by fast when presenting. So I hope the ending part where I showcased my app didn't feel rushed. If it did, then let me clarify it in writing. I was presenting what the program looks like when a ping is successful and when its not. If it pings the target successfully, it means that you haven't set it up to block unwanted pings and shows port vulnerabilities. If an error page is shown, it could mean a few things. The Ip address does not exist, it does exist but it might have dropped the test packet (it happens sometimes), or that you set up the router/host to drop unwanted pings in which case good job!
My plan for the presentation is to describe what I put on the slides. I don't like it when people read off the slides (unless the situation calls for it) and then move onto the next slide. So I will read off the slides, but then I'll discuss beyond that.
Half of the time during the presentation I want to discuss how I got the idea for it, and my journey on working on this program. That will be done through the topics on the slides. The other half I would like to show case the program. Show the viewers how it works, what it does, and the program behind the app. So that's not on a slide, so I'm going to record the screen on a web browser and show case the app
At the end of the discussion I want to tell the audience what I learned, what I need to learn to take this App to the next level, and ending remarks.
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog post.
So I did not meet with my client. I contacted HPU twice. They said they would get back to me but never did. So I have nothing to report. I would imagine that we would have gone over the potential risks of certain aspects of the idea of the program (not sure but they are educated enough to tell me).
Home page is basic, buttons don't work. Program doesn't function the way it should. Having trouble with the basic ideas, and hope to overcome them. It's embarrassing to state what I'd like the program to do and not reach it.
I'm attempting baby steps, like getting ruby to ping another computer , now I just do that in a loop and that's a basic ping attack. A testing mechanism for the program.
Lets see how that goes, next once that's done I can attempt to get program to see IP addresses on network before the mapping network portion of program.