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  1. I mean the obvious response is "then get a Nano" I have one so let's move on, let's be real. If you are to use this in a public place even if you use the "ominous box" the tetra still needs to be placed where it has internet access to ethernet or phone tethering and where people cannot see it. How does one do pen-testing without making it look obvious at a clients place? For the sake of example say, you are pen-testing a local coffee store... it's a stretch I know but bear with me. You've been hired by the corporate IT team to test the security of the network for users and customers. You can't just stroll on into the shop & bust out that pineapple tetra. So what do you do? Have you made any devices and customized them to work in the field?
  2. Ok, Most of you people probably came a cross this before. Trying to configure a new linux and getting nowhere just because SELinux is enabled. So i taught lets ask some questions to the hak5 community and see what they think of SELinux. ( Not going in to the topic if its more secure :p ) What is the standpoint of you guys on SELinux ( Good, Bad, Only made to annoy people, ... )? Do you make use of it? Did you ever wrote rules for this? Do you use it in combination of self compiled software? In witch scenario do you use it? If you got some questions yourself, Feel free to add em.
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