Top 5 Best Security-Centric Linux Distributions Of 2016

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4 Responses

  1. dougie says:

    you can save files with tails if you set up persistence. the thing about persistence is it is not hidden and in certain countries people can be compelled to fork over passwords to decrypt data or serve indefinite jail sentences. there should be an option to hide your persistence. no, it should automatically be hidden…

  2. Shawn Ward says:

    If you REALLY know what you’re doing. BlackArch is by far the best. Also, CyborgHawk, CyborgEssentials. The first one I ever used was Weakerthan 3.6. I think weaknetlabs now has it up to version 7.7.

    It has a small community with great people and its not really known of, which is why I still use it from time to time. Right now, I have Back Box installed. But here in an hour or so I’m going to muilti boot my hard drive and put Kali, Ubuntu Studio, and possibly Quebes.

    I have Tails 2.10 on an indestructible encrypted usb drive lol. Before my father passed away, he always said, “always be prepared, and always have backups for the backups”

  3. David says:

    Kali Has always been my choice of distro for hacking/pen testing, although Parrot has become quit good and if there was a rolling release of that i know i would change to it permanently ..

    i am looking for something that has everything of course I am better of building my own distro for that,

  4. kamal says:

    what’s siteweb of Snowden ??

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