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  1. Can someone please tell me how to disable my eth0 interface on boot. I am using the latest version of Kali Linux 2020-02-17. I can sudo ifconfig eth0 down and this works no problem. Except i dont want to do this every time and would just like it to be disabled at boot until i need it. Normally i would add it to the /etc/rc.local file but that does not exist any more.
  2. The Pineapple Stand Project This is a project I would like help on if I'm being honest more like a need help on. Please excuse any grammatical or spelling errors. Grammar and spelling are not my best area and I am only 14. A bit of background: I got the WIFI adapter sold from the hak5 shop and it works great for a person or two, but I needed something faster. So, I started watching some hak5 videos and saw WIFI adapters were amazing. The hak5 videos that got me thinking if you could do that with a wifi adapter not built for hacking what could you do with one that was
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