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How to access Dark Web?

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The concept of the Dark Web isn’t vastly different from the Surface Web. There are message boards (e.g. 8chan, nntpchan), places you can buy things (e.g. Alphabay, Hansa), and blogs (e.g. OnionNews, Deep Web Radio). The rules, or rather a lack thereof, is what makes the Dark Web unique. Anything …

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Configure, Tune, Run and Automate OpenVAS on Kali Linux

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Users often request the addition of vulnerability scanners to Kali, most notably the ones that begin with “N”, but due to licensing constraints, we do not include them in the distribution. Fortunately, Kali includes the very capable OpenVAS, which is free and open source. Although we briefly covered OpenVAS in …

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Install, setup, configure and run OpenVAS on Kali Linux

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Vulnerability scanning is a crucial phase of a penetration test and having an updated vulnerability scanner in your security toolkit can often make a real difference by helping you discover overlooked vulnerable items. For this reason, we’ve manually packaged the latest and newly released OpenVAS 8.0 tool and libraries for …

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Remove GRUB bootloader from Windows 10

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My Razer 2016 laptop had Windows 10, Kali and Ubuntu installed but after a Windows update Linux partitions became inaccessible. I removed both Kali and Ubuntu partitions including SWAP but GRUB was till there. I needed to remove GRUB safely without breaking anything else and the following method on how …

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Blue Coat ProxySG and ASG Appliances – cannot delete a host now in use by policy

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Symantec ProxySG and Advanced Secure Gateway (ASG) which was previously listed as Blue Coat Systems, acquired by Symantec in 2016. Symantec ProxySG and Advanced Secure Gateway (ASG) are high performance on-premises appliances that protect organizations across the web, social media, applications and mobile networks. Combine with cloud-delivered Web Security Service …

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