Hi all,We download the conky_weather and we like it.You have a lot of code here from conky and .lua... We are searching something like the conky weather. We wanna monotorize the cpu, ram, the process, the syslog, etc...
I first installed bugtraq(ubuntu based) on a partition and gave it unique swap area,later on i installed kali linux on a different partition and they both worked well in dual boot. And i installed windows 8 again on a different partition. Now on startup there is no menu to choose from. windows 8 loads by default. Is there any way to configure boot loader without loosing kali linux and bugtraq
It could be the mailman at archlinux.org, arch-general, the bbs like in this case, users choice.What's the Keep-It-Secure-and-Stable (KISS ;-) direction?Since arch uses vanilla packages, just read lists from http://seclists.org, e.g. bugtraq, I think
I'm interested in building a home pentesting lab for learning purposes, but I'm having a creativity problem at the moment. Currently, I have two wireless routers, one switch, and let's assume I have at least an attacking machine and a vulnerable machine. As of right now, at least in terms of pentesting, my switch seems to be somewhat useless.
SmartGit, a graphical client for the version control systems Git and Mercurial with optimized workflows for multiple platforms, is now at version 5.0.5.SmartGit provides some very important features, such as local working tree operations, push, pull, fetch for all protocols, tag and branch management, and much more.According to the developers, a possible internal error that could have occurred whe
Ok, by now you probably now how much I enjoy hacking, ehm, ehm…sorry!, pentesting. Well for this tutorial I will be pentesting MS SQL Server with SQLat, Freetds, and Cain. Database store and provide access to information and information is power. Sensitive data such as bank account numbers, credit reports, and lots of other important [...]
I would like to apologize for the (slightly) off-topic and non-technical question, but I recently started to emerge myself into the wonderful world of Linux, and started studying some distributions in depth, the last of which, was Debian.
So my question is (to those who could enlighten me): Which distribution is usually preferred and why?