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This topic contains 64 replies, has 52 voices, and was last updated by  Shoaib 3 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #87132

    cybermo
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    Ok

    #87786

    m@d43m0n
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    You can use Kali. But you may know that kali comes with full security tools but mot all. If you want to have all tools, you can better use Ubuntu and install all the Kali tools with single command.

    #91036

    rohan naasha
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    i dont think that there is to much difference between kali and ubuntu.

    #91046

    Paul Rouk
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    Both Kali and Ubuntu are based on Debian, so their core designs are very similar. However, there are a lot of differences when it comes to usage. Ubuntu has made a lot of changes in order to achieve their particular idea of usability (although they are dropping the Unity desktop in order to go back to Gnome next year). Kali’s main focus is on having lots of security tools already installed. You can do the same thing on Ubuntu, but Kali does the work for you.

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    Shoaib
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    hi

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