A short introduction to Kali Linux

IT security - it is one of the major things that we should be looking at in our daily lives. Since most of our information is constantly being converted into digital form, using secure technologies and doing the best practices when it comes to security is a must do. Today, we will look at a tool used by... Continue Reading →

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TCP Ping: Turns out you can ping websites using TCP!

Ping a great tool in monitoring a host status in real-time. It is available on all (not sure) operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac and even Android. I commonly use ping whenever I wanted to see whether or a host is alive or dead. However, sometimes  firewalls do block generic ping packets which utilizes Internet Control Message... Continue Reading →

Installing Chrome / Chromium on Kali Linux (plus tutorial on editing sources.list)

So you've been wanting to ditch Iceweasel (Firefox) on you Kali Linux Distro right?So how about using Chrome / Chromium for a change? Worry not, you can easily switch or use both browsers in Kali Linux. All you have to do is add the official Debian repository to sources.list install and configure chromium. Sounds pretty... Continue Reading →

Steam on Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint)? Yep. Possible.

This might not be new to you but just in case you don't know yet, the ever famous "Steam" gaming platform works on Linux! No emulation / virtualization required! So if its the one thing that is holding you back to move into the Linux world, maybe you should think again!

Microsoft Lync 2010 on Linux (Linux Mint / Kali Linux / Debian)? Yes it’s possible!

I am wondering if someone already did install Microsoft Lync 2010 on their Linux box. Since its one of the most commonly used internal messengers of companies out there, why not give it a shot on Linux?

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