This penetration testing distribution is meant for anyone in the information security field. It comes with a mass of tools that can be used for data gathering, forensics, penetration testing, and remote exploitation.
It's nice to be able to prepare custom calendars for yourself and family members to share memories. The powerful, open-source desktop publishing software Scribus lets you make your own, customized, personalized calendars with just a few clicks.
Sometimes we need to install software that is only available in source code. The "readme" file tells us that it is a simple configure-make-make install routine. Should we proceed as the file says? We explain why not and what we have to do...
GIMP continues to grow and is quickly becoming serious competition for Adobe Photoshop. This article reviews the latest version of GIMP and how it compares to Photoshop. It's time to start taking this free program seriously.
In this article I am going to show you a few emulators which can be used on Linux. Including the popular free WINE software and some console emulators so you can play your old games if your console has bit the dust.
In this article I will go through some of the best Ubuntu backup tools to have in your arsenal in order to protect your data against hard drive failure and other unforeseen circumstances. I will go through one simple method which I would advise anyone...
Speed, reliability and an extensive set of features are what the ZFS file system has to offer you. Is the file system created by Sun Microsystems and then ported to Linux the future of Linux file systems?