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    Raspberry PI, Android testing, Malware research. Red Teaming

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  1. My linux mint on virtual box

    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?
  2. How can I turn a website into an Evil Portal?

    @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
  3. THIS IS A STUPID JOKE!!

    just wanted to keep this going What's the best time to go to the dentist? Tooth Hurty!
  4. Kali Linux Revealed Book

    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
  5. Ducky starting automatically?

    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.
  6. THIS IS A STUPID JOKE!!

    that is awesome.
  7. Should you use vpn with anonsurf?

    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
  8. Finally Finished My Server/VPN Build

    I like this idea, of using mutiple pi's for this Looks good
  9. 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.
  10. Why so many Apples

    I would never buy one personally as i don't see the justification in the price, but i figured since maybe they offered something i didn't know. The hardware is pretty much interchangeable now days. OS wise when i used one (previous Employer Required it) I had parallels and spent most of my time in Linux any way. Even now as far as laptops go all of mine are Linux. My home setup is the only one that runs windows and that is gaming and the Mrs. I figured it was personal preference as to why people were using them but just kinda made me wonder. I would never buy an apple i was always put off by the blind cult following that they have had. That and when it comes to smart phones i don't want to conform to the phone i want the phone to conform to me and my needs.
  11. Why so many Apples

    I am traveling so to pass the time i have been watching alot of talks given at some of the most recent Cons and i noticed that there are a lot of Security Professionals that i see using MACs, anyone have any idea why? is it a convenience thing? or just preference? I have used a Mac in the past and the only thing that i liked about it was Parallels had a very smooth transition between OSs but that was it.
  12. Starting OS

    I think Kali is the way to go for most people me i prefer to do everything my-self. So when i do pen tests i have a Debian system that has my usual toolset on it however i do have a dual boot of Kali just in case i need it. I wouldn't say that i learned to hack on windows my started out as just pranks on coworkers and then the urge came from there to actually dive in a little deeper.
  13. Starting OS

    Just wanted to stir up conversation on what OS people got Started hacking on? Version number if you dont mind showing your age? and/or can remember. Slackware 2.6 i believe when i first got into it i mainly just liked to watch (no pun intended) and snoop around.
  14. WTAF?

    I dont contribute much on the forums either mainly due to lack of time. With that said I have been in the INFOSEC Field for almost a decade and actually pentesting for less then half that. There are still parts of this field that i haven't even touched. However you hit the nail on the head a majority of the people that complain about something not working usually dont put the time into even understanding how it works. Back in the day that is how some of us got started is learning how some thing worked and them hacking it or making one our selves out junk.
  15. IRC are they Still alive

    Are there any lively IRCs still around? I know that is how some people got started, I havent played in one for years. Was watching a movie today and it showed an Mock up IRC just kinda got me strolling down memory lane
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