Couple of Kali Linux hacks

Another Kali Linux followup. Kali hacks! First thing I did was installing the Mozilla versions of Firefox and Thunderbird. Now I need some other stuff as well. This post is a bit hard to qualify because it are a few hacks I did on Kali but it could also be done on other Linux systems…

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Kali setup things / Bluetooth / Printing

Continuing from my last post I log into Kali and started copying stuff from my backup drive to my home folder. This is about 300 GB worth of data so it takes a while. Halfway through though it strikes me: I’m logged in as root! Damn it. This is the first desktop/laptop Linux installation I’ve…

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Kali Linux installation quirks

At first Kali was a bit overwhelming. During installation and also after installation. I really had a couple of difficulties during installation, which I was luckily able to solve. Also, of course I made a few good backups before getting to this. I like a good challenge but along the way it seemed it might…

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Kali Linux

To get the best of both worlds into my certification path, I’ve installed Kali Linux yesterday. It’s Linux (obviously) and it is the suite to have when you want to do some penetration testing and (ethical) hacking. What everybody warns about, you should consider very well. Kali is not an typical end user operating system….

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