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  1. 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.
  2. I'm behind on this but looks like OpenWRT has had some kind of split of the devs/founders. I don't understand it fully - but as a result LEDE is potentially going to be more heavily developed in the future. At the moment I don't see huge difference's between them but could change. As the Pineapples are both buult on OpenWRT will this potentially mean a switch in base OS? Or will they be sticking with OpenWRT?
  3. I am trying to launch Kali Linux on my Macbook Pro and when I launch it using refind I get this error: "No bootable device -- Insert boot disk and press any key." My USB is working fine on other Macbooks, even older than mine. MPR Specifications: Macbook Pro 13" Early 2011 i5, 4 RAM Model Identifier: MacBookPro8,1 Hardware UUID: 1BC47169-1046-5052-B58F-F736330B7B6
  4. How do I disable autoplay when I insert my Rubber Ducky into the computer cause everytime I plug it in my Drive shows up in all of the windows. Like this picture.
  5. When I am trying to program my Rubber Ducky I get this message. "There was an error flashing, make sure your Ducky is in DFU mode. Can someone make a video of this? Also a video on setting up a Rubber Ducky. When I tried to plug in my USB to my computer I do not see anything, but a sign saying "Hello World" in .txt. By the way this is my first time in this forum. Thank You, To whomever can help me
  6. I've been using Kali for a long time and I'm comfortable with it but I feel it's time to move on. From what I understand, since it is an OS strictly for pentesting it doesn't take into account the user's own security. In the past I've used Kali for brief periods of time without worrying about the security of the system I was on. However, if I am to become better at pentesting then I must upgrade the tools I use. I also want to practice on the same system I would use for actual pentests. Which OS can you recommend that provides the power and tool selection that Kali does but also provides
  7. Hey everyone, hopefully this is the right area to post. I was poking around in my /proc directory tonight, and began thinking. (Usually this leads to massive amounts of questions). When a program is executed, how does the OS know how much total memory to give to the program? And is the the total memory even divided 50/50 for it's heap and stack? What determines rather the application have more stack memory or more heap memory? I'm sure this is answered somewhere, but I can't get a clear answer, thanks in advance!
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