Let's have a general /kali/ pentesting thread.
My question: is there a way to run your eth0 in monitor mode inside a VM? I know general knowledge says you need a USB wifi dongle, but is there any way to do it without that? Maybe some kind of iptables routing, or even a way to access the vm host's wireless hardware directly?
>implying fedora security is better
i also use remnux for RE
For those here who actually use a linux distro as a desktop OS, which would you say is the best one?
Right now I'm deciding between Ubuntu 15.10, Fedora 23 or Linux Mint.
I've heard that Ubuntu 15.10 contains updated packages and performs better than the older Buntus but that apt is shit. Fedora 23 is supposed to have stable but "bleeding-edge" packages but I haven't heard much on RPM. Linux Mint is supposed to be very noob friendly but contains older packages and apt.
Arch seems like it's a bit of a waste of time and Debian never wanted to work properly for me.
Thanks for any input /g/uys.
I use arch personally, but if you're against that then go Fedora. Ubuntu is really bloated, and you are right, RPM > apt any day of the week.
Mint is terrible, it's just a shitty fork of Ubuntu/Debian.
500W PSU Thermaltake
could I upgrade to a GTX 980 and be OK?
Fallout 4 runs like dog poop
>Fallout 4 runs like dog poop
No shit it's a 660 that wasn't a good card when it came out.
Get a 980ti, you should've got one black friday they were $100 off. Maybe there are still some deals left.
What's the point of "gaming" keyboard?
Are there any "read it later" apps that don't sell your reading info to third parties? I like picture related but I feel really shitty using it because I'm 99% sure their business model revolves around spying on what I read. Like what if I want to read up on ISIS and even Quran and I get marked as a potential terrorist?
This shit is $100 dollarydoos. I'm about to pull the trigger for my brother's rig but I'm having second thoughts.
It seems like a good deal but I have a feeling that there's going to be a price drop on the devil's canyon run soon.
I went for the meme and gave offering to Gaben just now.
WTF have I signed myself up for, /g/?
So, now that SJWFox is shit to the point of being nearly ususable, I want to switch to the chromium botnet.
Can we have a thread with recommended settings and extensions for chromium?
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Post your simple/small/stupid questions here
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take at least 10 seconds to google first
read the sticky before posting >>39894014
Redirect or ignore anybody asking stupid questions outside this thread.
Use >>>/g/sqt as a link to find the sqt thread
Thunderbird is kill
That's not at all what it's saying. This is basically an anti-systemd move: Thunderbird and Firefox are tripping over each other's dicks by sharing a repository, so Thunderbird is going to separate out from Firefox a bit.
Looking for a tool to convert some C++ code into C; doesn't have to be a readable conversion just needs to work.
Have C++ code i want to run on a C only microprocessor, and I'd thought getting it automatically translated rather than manually going through it would be the easiest way to know if it would work on the micro.
What's the best card for 1440p right now, assuming I don't want to upgrade for the next couple years?
Greetings! Can /g/ please recommend me a decent dock / application launcher for Windows 7? Not necessarily free. Thanks in advance.
You don't need access to 40 programs from the desktop, your taskbar will allow you to do that terrible thing without third-part software, but you aren't going to listen so just install rainmeter
ps if you hit the windows key and type the first three letters of your file/application, it will magically appear and you can press enter to launch it
A fix for this issue would be a million-dollar idea
Many retail stores use trailers to store stuff, particularly this time of year. Handheld devices, however, don't work well inside trailers, because the wireless network can't be easily accessed.
Most stores will have indoor access points, meant to provide coverage for use inside the store. Obviously it's useful to limit the range, to deter people from messing with the network while sitting outside. But when going into a trailer, this is a problem. Apparently there are no good, effective, cost-effective...
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how could any of you support nvidia after all the lies they have done?
Wow, nice digging anon, seems you've uncovered a discussion we were all having 3 months ago. Welcome!
[Spoiler]AMD Lies too[/Spoiler], but they have the added drawback of having shit hardware so it makes the decision easy