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As a Linux Mint user, I just want to "de-myth" some of the common misconceptions about Mint. I would argue the following: Unless you are a person of interest, you will probably not be targeted. Example, the CIA has a filtering system. If you don't fit a certain identity such as a terrorist, your system details won't make it past the initial vetting process. Not to mention,, they probably automatically delete data. Otherwise, hard drives will become full too quickly kernel exploits are difficult to employ in the most real world cases. For example, babelplant Many users hold back the updating their system even when notified. For example, many Windows users decline updates. effectively, they are "exploitable" most hackers I know are to busy looking for new exploits because they know old ones have already been patched by most systems. Hacking is "expensive".. You have to stay ahead of the curve All Linux systems are still exploitable. Just because they say they are more secure doesn't mean they are mint is still more secure than proprietary counterparts. I would rather have mint installed rather than,, say,, Windows XP Mint prioritises the most important updates. This includes the highest security fixes. you should always use a visual private network vpn and cover your microphone and webcam anyway Don't engage in torrent activities. And if you are worried about file insecurity, make backups on USB drives Bear in mind,, the Linux Mint team is not infinite. Stability+security takes time submitted by /u/throwawaygreater [link] [comments]

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Hi, I am a researcher and I need a personal wiki to store different bits and pieces of information for my own reference later. I am looking for a software that: [Essential] Available on MacOS and Linux. Windows would be a good addition as well, but not critical. [Essential] Allows to store text (obviously) and images. [Essential] Allows to include code blocks into notes (with syntax highlighting). [Important] Could be used as a daily journal/electronic lab notebook (ELN). [Important] Makes it easy to sync notes between several machines. [Important] Not abandoned by its developer. [Not essential] Supports Markdown. Zim Desktop Wiki almost ideally fits my requirements, but I cannot get it working under MacOS 10.12 (Sierra). Also, it seems that the program has not been updated for several years. CherryTree looks like a good alternative, but there is no MacOS version. OneNote doesn't have code highlighting and only available as online (slow) app on Linux. I dislike Tiddlywiki for some reason, probably for its layout. Would be grateful for any other suggestions, thanks. submitted by /u/T07072014 [link] [comments]

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Installed Kali linux to continue learning about pen testing. Attempting to install virtual box on Kali linux. I'm downloading the file manually to where PWD points me, and then using DPKG -i with the file name to install. The error I get is DPK: error processing package virtualbox-5.1 (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Total noob so not sure what to do. submitted by /u/Heycallme [link] [comments]

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