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  1. Most of them might be script kiddies so they wont even know that they are dossing themself 🙂
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    Switch Lite

    I own a normal Nintendo switch the main reason I got it was because you could dock it to a display. If you travel a lot and want to play games I would highly recommend the switch lite. For me I personally would not buy this because I mainly dock the switch, I only sometimes play in handheld mode. I noticed that playing games where you have to pay attention to detail, the normal Nintendo switch made it harder to see in handheld mode(for me at least). Overall it depends on what types of games you play.
  3. Any computer will do good for cyber security, it is all about software. A good rule of thumb is: Ram:4Gb Graphics:Pretty much anything (it doesn't have to be able to run crisis 3) Cpu: 2-4 cores (2-3 GHz) Hard-drive:Pretty much any SSD will do If you want a desktop you can just order an old desktop and upgrade the ram if needed. If you want a laptop you should watch this video Edit:Dont forget stickers
  4. Thanks I didn't even know this existed
  5. I know this is a dumb question, but there are so many GPUs out there.
  6. Getting familiar with linux will be useful
  7. What is your favorite Bullet Hell game?
  8. I just held down the power button and it when the PC rebooted, it was in parrot OS. I also found this link. Although this is for linux mint, it seems like it will fix the problem. https://prognotes.net/2018/04/linux-mint-initramfs-prompt-at-boot/
  9. Also try reinstalling the OS with UEFI and disable the secure boot.
  10. I had the same problem, I powered off the computer. Then it booted into parrot, after that I ran 'sudo apt-get update', and 'sudo apt-get upgrade'. That should fix the problem.
  11. Wow! Never heard anything like it!
  12. You could ask the owners of the camera for access. 🙂
  13. What about "RFID Cloner" that's a pretty cool name. BTW really cool project you are working on.
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