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This topic contains 7 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Cheech 2 years, 3 months ago.

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  • #46811

    CrimsonMalic
    Participant

    A few of my class mates love working in Kali, and to be honest Kali has it good qualities, however there is something about Remnux that I feel works very well with Malware Analysis. Would it be beneficial for me to continue my studies with Remnux or should I focus on both distros?

    #46948

    812teck
    Participant

    From what I have read on the site, it’s designed specifically for M.A / R.E

    https://zeltser.com/remnux-malware-analysis-tips/

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by  812teck.
    #47808

    doctorjay
    Participant

    I just started working with Remnux and the docker images it comes with. I think they complement each other.

    SANS institute have some webinars on use of Remnux for malware analysis.

    #48407

    thanks 812teck

    #72879

    synflooder
    Participant

    I thing remnux is better than kali.

    #74945

    Shoaib
    Spectator

    Hi

    #97125

    winschdi
    Participant

    quite late, but I think I need to repeat doctorjay’s statement: They complement each other.

    Kali is quite a broad distribution, but mainly for pen testing and the like, Remnux is specialized in Malware Analysis only. I’m using both.

    #97154

    Cheech
    Participant

    Thanks for the late bump, I was just thinking about this

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