Which OS (Operating Systeym) do you think is best (Page 8)

lostnthenight
lostnthenight: Just bought a macbook pro, loving mac os
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alpossmar82
alpossmar82: Anyone been reading up about Distribution denial of service? Internet Explorer 11 mac apple script maybe, any ideas get around it? I don't believe a lot of articles about it.
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alpossmar82
alpossmar82: Xbox becomes a good Os, Ddos gives free ms a bad name I think is under control. Different accents on email, and some porn or a good score on tetris probably cracked for playing around. The concept so crazy... a Ddos.. anyone got some thoughts?
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alpossmar82
alpossmar82: Xbox 360, I've tried pretty good. I don't get how some brag about C64, Amega500 was worth bragging about. Conceptual to Emac..
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: i have a strict division of labor, im not divulging my personals, but win 7 is stable, steam os is very questionable, as is the future of linux/flash and firefox. swiss army knife- thats the xbox. linux mint is great starting point, or flash boot, etc...
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canadastitan
canadastitan: Whatever flavor of linux you want there are many with designated purposes to make the operating system suit your needs better, Just Google the type of Linux parameters that you IE: "Linux", Drafting, Office, Pen testing, Gaming "Distro" and many other types and you will find your personal flavor of linux..for free operating system that is based on unix with extreme helpful programs that are almost all free

I personally use "Xubuntu", Lubuntu , Wifislax , Bugtraq II , Kali , BHS Debian , Cyborg , Ultimate all on the same computer 500 gig Hard drive along with Windows 7

My computer has a Menu at boot up that lets me select the operating system that i prefer to use at that time "All of these versions of linux come with apps that are designed specific for them and many more" with easy app get for free software that is easily installed via some sort of software centre library

AND ITS ALL NO COST "FREE"
so i do not understand why everyone does not use free secure software like Linux
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: "secure" is relative
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canadastitan
canadastitan: Hmmm "DEEP dichotomy" Linux is way more secure than any Microsoft/Apple operating system
Also with some of the versions i use i can be a total invisible untraceable internet user whenever i want
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: ^(insert) in some ways
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: i am aware of many pros AND cons between such oses
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: (this entire thread could be used for social engineering, btw)
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canadastitan
canadastitan: try downloading and installing BHS debian or Cyborg and boot it off a thumb drive or live cd and see what i mean

Nuff Said
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: yes i have a linux flash boot for data recovery- i.e. white hat
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canadastitan
canadastitan: For normal computer or buisness users Xubuntu is best
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canadastitan
canadastitan: BHS and Cyborg are big time Black Hat , but I use them as White Hat
enjoy
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: i will not challenge an opinion- its like shooting an unarmed man. in return, you could school me in the ins and out of the sudo impenetrability; although science can state no absolutes,- merely make predictions based on probabilities
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: a "hacker" adept linux distro is a common hacker deterrent, but, also, a rare hacker accomplishment which to crack, simply due to psychological implications
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canadastitan
canadastitan: You do not have to use sudo "super user Do" in terminal at all that is for experts.. there are many click and use apps in all the linux versions
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: i hope someone learns a lot from this, i may- as we go on...
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: as a tech, i have to be familiar with many oses, linux opensource seem to be the safest atm; however, i am still waiting on the scoop about the flash/linux end of support situation
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canadastitan
canadastitan: Linux is user friendly and various versions are exactly like windows for those that want to just click icons "Ultimate" is more like that

And hacker adept versions that let hackers do their thing is just specialized tools !
..But also lets all of use keep our systems secure if you use those tools for the right purpose

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canadastitan
canadastitan: Browsers on the internet are the main loopholes to almost any computer

..But there are secure browsers
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: i used to specialize in pc virus removal- not everyone can accept a system wipe. my 3rd step is to lock security down so tight that i never see them again- because they cant get their favorite free spam emails/trojans, toolbars and bho's anymore .
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DEEP dysanthropy
DEEP dysanthropy: downloading specialized hacker tools can potentially be tantamount to inviting a clepto to see your articulated art displays- walking him right past your star wars original collection
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canadastitan
canadastitan: Just set those users up with true internet security like "Avast"
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