sud0nick Posted January 3, 2016 Share Posted January 3, 2016 (edited) 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 security similar to Tails? I know there won't be a perfect cross-over but I'm looking for the closest one available. I have found a list of pentesting distros including BlackArch (which I've used briefly), BackBox, and ArchAssault. I'll continue researching but would appreciate your opinions and experiences with these various distros. Edited January 3, 2016 by sud0nick Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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