Anyone here using mac for hacking?
by touroapple - May 29, 2020 at 10:25 AM
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I'm pretty confident using mac than PC for my hacking.

anyone else feel the same?
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(May 29, 2020 at 10:25 AM)touroapple Wrote: I'm pretty confident using mac than PC for my hacking.

anyone else feel the same?

i use touch bar bro , what mac are you
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#3
My job has forced me to start using Mac, and honestly I love the aesthetic to a Mac but all the extra tweaking needed is kind of a drag.
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#4
Anybody using Apple products for blackhat activities is a fucking moron that deserves to be crucified.
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#5
touchbar fun for hacking
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(October 05, 2020 at 07:49 AM)thekilob Wrote: Anybody using Apple products for blackhat activities is a fucking moron that deserves to be crucified.

Especially now that Apple has to approve which binaries you can run on your system.... (OCSP system)

OS X is malware. Stay the fuck away from it!!!
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#7
Uhm....... I don't think so :3 :3
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#8
This 100%.

I mean, you *can* use OSX. Is it a good idea? No.

Roll your own Debian box maybe.

Probably want to make sure that the hardware is purchased for cash (ie - serial cannot be tracked to you).



(January 06, 2021 at 11:59 AM)Roudoudou Wrote:
(October 05, 2020 at 07:49 AM)thekilob Wrote: Anybody using Apple products for blackhat activities is a fucking moron that deserves to be crucified.

Especially now that Apple has to approve which binaries you can run on your system.... (OCSP system)

OS X is malware. Stay the fuck away from it!!!
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#9
For anyone interested in how they implemented OCSP in the latest version of Mac OS: https://blog.jacopo.io/en/post/apple-ocsp/
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#10
If you read this section you’ll see guide how to prep max for hacking haha
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#11
u can use brew, install lots of pentesting software, but I'd prefer using virtual os like kali(got parrot at the moment), so my pentesting staff is on virtual machine and I can renew it and do anything I want, and my personal data stays safe in macos outlying from virtual machine.
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#12
Macs not really that popular here, I have Linux laptop for that kind of thing.
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