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  1. Also good if you want to play with Linux and get used to it before switching, but Kali has lots of apps not normal on Linux distributions and used only for security work/hacking. Run 'Kali Linux' Natively On Windows 10 - Just Like That! https://thehackernews.com/2018/03/kali-linux-hacking-windows.html
  2. Lita

    Site Hacking

    How do you know that your site has been hacked? What do you do if your site has been hacked? Also, what does it really mean that your site has been hacked? Just that someone has gotten into your database? Thanks! xoxo Lita
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