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bashincajun

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  1. Same I have only fully watched seasons 1 & 2, need to sit down and watch the rest. It was refreshing to see a TV show put some effort into research and at least make an attempt at making it some what realistic.
  2. are you allowed to setup a Demo Wifi? As Glowinghot666 said show them how insecure wifi in ggeneral is. Setup your tetra as a MITM don't pull any data just show them as a Proof of concept. Are you just trying to give them a broad overveiw of security or are their any use cases that they are looking for?
  3. If you are just starting out I would recommend Kali or Parrot. Run as either USB or dedicated as others have mention Kali can be temperamental as a VM. Once you get comfortabl with what tools you need/use look into building your own ISO. I personally customized ubuntu and use most all of my tools through that but i Do have Kali on a USB and Parrot in a VM with me all of the time just in case i need them.
  4. Saw this on humble if anyone is interested it is 25 booksfor only $15 https://www.humblebundle.com/books/python-by-packt-book-bundle
  5. It is highly unlikely that Kali is currupted all of their downloads like @Dave-ee Jones said. What kind of Flash drive are you using? also try using Rufus to make your USB stick, I have had good results with all OS using it to write to usb. https://rufus.akeo.ie/
  6. Nicely done, was actually looking at doing something similar for an upcoming project. Looking forward to your changes
  7. as @Lord_KamOS put so beautifully google Fu is your friend in this field. With that said i dont want to deter anyone from learning. how do you have it set up is Mint your Host os?
  8. @Medic101 as he said don't post anything like that here it is heavily frowned upon. don't be surprised if this is locked soon
  9. just wanted to keep this going What's the best time to go to the dentist? Tooth Hurty!
  10. Thank you @digip, I saw something about the book on twitter but totally forgot about it, so thank you again for sharing it. I personally don't use Kali that often anymore as i started using Ubuntu exclusively a year or so ago. with that said i have wanted to work on my on kernel. As a side question am i the only technologically inclined person that prefers the physical book to digital? For some reason i seem to do better if i can physically read the book, maybe it is because the book doesn't have games on it
  11. if you have one of the newer ones it should run as soon as you plug it in the only time you should need the button is if you are going to be flashing the firmware on it. but as @digip said you can always check the forums for the hak5 tool, those should have everything you need.
  12. I haven't dug in to anon surf but have seen it in action. Like he said it it is just like running Tor over the VPN. You would have to make sure that you VPN is compatible with TOR not all of them allow TOR communication. Depending on what you are looking at using it for, it may not be full proof, All Tor entrance/exit nodes are public so keep that in mind (if you are have the intention of doing nefarious things). Adrian Crenshaw has given a couple of talks about how Tor users got caught. with that said if you are looking just to anonimize your traffic and maintain privacy then that should be fine. if you are looking to become a ghost online you will need a lot more then just VPN and Tor, The only way that you can really be a ghost online is to never get online
  13. You mean you don't use Internet Explorer???? I usually use I bounce between chrome and and brave on day to day things. I used to use opera before they forked, when they did i kind of been browser hopping ever since.
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