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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #21
(11-04-2018, 07:26 AM)mothered Wrote:
(11-04-2018, 04:37 AM)natifix Wrote: One thing at a time for me when learning.

I believe this should apply to all facets of computing.

Once I fully comprehend a given task In It's entirety, I then tackle the next project. Inundating yourself, can sometimes defeat the purpose of learning.

(11-04-2018, 04:37 AM)natifix Wrote: Id love to try parrot next. Im still using kali

If you like Kali Linux, you'll enjoy Parrot OS.

Im gonna give parrot a try.

I was just about to say kali is a good if you want to poke around with some of the tools for fun, like metasploit or password crackers, and I know people who use it to participate in some CTFs. Other than that debian and ubuntu are def super popular

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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #22
(11-05-2018, 09:35 PM)redspyder Wrote:
(11-04-2018, 07:26 AM)mothered Wrote:
(11-04-2018, 04:37 AM)natifix Wrote: One thing at a time for me when learning.

I believe this should apply to all facets of computing.

Once I fully comprehend a given task In It's entirety, I then tackle the next project. Inundating yourself, can sometimes defeat the purpose of learning.

(11-04-2018, 04:37 AM)natifix Wrote: Id love to try parrot next. Im still using kali

If you like Kali Linux, you'll enjoy Parrot OS.

Im gonna give parrot a try.

I was just about to say kali is a good if you want to poke around with some of the tools for fun, like metasploit or password crackers, and I know people who use it to participate in some CTFs. Other than that debian and ubuntu are def super popular

I definitely agree with your comment on Kali Linux.

When you get a moment (no rush), I'd like to read your thoughts on Parrot OS. I have that, as well as Kali Linux (and many others) Installed on my VM, and quite happy with both.
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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #23
(11-06-2018, 03:14 AM)mothered Wrote:
(11-05-2018, 09:35 PM)redspyder Wrote:
(11-04-2018, 07:26 AM)mothered Wrote: I believe this should apply to all facets of computing.

Once I fully comprehend a given task In It's entirety, I then tackle the next project. Inundating yourself, can sometimes defeat the purpose of learning.


If you like Kali Linux, you'll enjoy Parrot OS.

Im gonna give parrot a try.

I was just about to say kali is a good if you want to poke around with some of the tools for fun, like metasploit or password crackers, and I know people who use it to participate in some CTFs. Other than that debian and ubuntu are def super popular
When you get a moment (no rush), I'd like to read your thoughts on Parrot OS. I have that, as well as Kali Linux (and many others) Installed on my VM, and quite happy with both.

Yea Definitely!

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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #24
I just picked up some high speed 3.0 low profile usb drives, and will install parrot on one of them later this week when they arrive. I can't wait actually.

I have been learning about the tools in kali and simply getting the basics down, like installing and running, learning the context of the tools. I admit having issues running windows, and attempting to get the iso to work on various media... rather windows os or linux. I guess we all start somewhere, and not every attempt may work. I finally got it down though after clearing my expectations that I will get it right every time. Literally, after dozens of attempts, I can finally say I got it, and how to fix errors in the boot loader, etc. that was fun to learn actually. I actually felt like I was getting it. Now I can get usb persistence with encryption and use that for kali and parrot, cubes or tails... likely all four. I have one other usb drive I will install a dual iso, maybe one for windows and the other a basic linux distro for non anom shit...

I still need to get a real version of windows 7 pro or ultimate and cant figure out how to either get a legit hack or which product to purchase, as I want a retail key that I can install on any computer, with a disc... I dont mind making the disc myself from an iso, anyway, that and making a custom linux kernel, I am soon to ready up for that maybe this winter. I like that linux can be customized like that, and it really twists my nipples, you know, for a kid that likes puzzles but may not be a genius or anything, just bright. Its alluring. A new world. I do see the power and think methodically, very dangerous for me to have these tools and be able to use them, and with confidence of not getting caught.

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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #25
Kali linux the best)I think it is a better choice

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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #26
(11-07-2018, 03:45 AM)natifix Wrote: I guess we all start somewhere, and not every attempt may work. I finally got it down though after clearing my expectations that I will get it right every time.

Too true

Also there was a lot in your post that seemed like you wanted to talk about, you might wanna start a thread about it

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RE: Which type of Linux should I install? #27
(11-07-2018, 03:45 AM)natifix Wrote: I still need to get a real version of windows 7 pro or ultimate and cant figure out how to either get a legit hack or which product to purchase

Here's direct download links for multiple Windows 7 ISOs.

Use the "Windows 7 Loader by Daz" to activate It. You'll find It on every major torrent site- It's yet to fail me.
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