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On 12/15/2019 at 7:07 AM, b19e said:

Any one played around with

blackwin OS ?

I dont know how i should feel about this..i fell...violated..? But seriously..anybody tested this? If it is what it claims, it might be worth a shot to play around with.

Please report if you gave it a try

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4 hours ago, Sizzlik said:

I dont know how i should feel about this..i fell...violated..? But seriously..anybody tested this? If it is what it claims, it might be worth a shot to play around with.

Please report if you gave it a try

 

I play around with it for about a month, lots of bloat·ware, lots of payed item's. it wasn't bad but wasn't good , ended up putting Ubuntu back on .

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On 2/5/2020 at 4:45 AM, b19e said:

 

I play around with it for about a month, lots of bloat·ware, lots of payed item's. it wasn't bad but wasn't good , ended up putting Ubuntu back on .

My main concern is about if its a legit OS (bloadware or not)..or if it kinda scam OS thats just a very big trojan..

If its a legit OS i would like play around with it..but playing around with it means using some of my real passwords (steam for example, my google account).
I wouldnt use it as my main OS ..i still got a seperated windows and linux machine..but i like to build frankensteins..and if its secure to use my credentials, i will find a stupid reason to use ut, just gor the giggles.

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I have run both Kali and Parrot.  If you are still getting used to linux and still getting a handle on things from the pen testing side I think kali is the way to go.  Most tutorials and breakthroughs are based around Kali.  That being said you can still use Parrot and get buy just fine.  

Personal i run Ubuntu on my pen testing equipment and customize my tool set from there.  Most folks will never use all of the tools that are on both Kali and parrot.

in the end most of my work is in the terminal since they are all Debian based they are pretty interchangeable.  

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