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    Default De-Ice alternatives

    Hello all,

    I am Three3 and I am currently in the learning process of ethical hacking and penetration testing. I would like to ask if you are aware of other projects such as the De-ice where we can have hands-on practice using backtrack. Additionally any recommendations for further reading are more than welcome!

    ---Three3

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    Wrong section

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    Wrong section
    OK, but I think it does not belong to the newbie section also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by three3 View Post
    OK, but I think it does not belong to the newbie section also.
    You are a newbie (at least on these forums), so that's where it will go for now.
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    OK I still disagree but I wont continue it because the topic is different. I will pm you

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    I'm the one that moved it and I feel it belongs in the newbie section. Disagreeing with a moderator in public shows you are are newbie in my opinion. Who cares where the post ends up. If I have bruised your ego by placing your post in the newbie section, I am very sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    I'm the one that moved it and I feel it belongs in the newbie section. Disagreeing with a moderator in public shows you are are newbie in my opinion. Who cares where the post ends up. If I have bruised your ego by placing your post in the newbie section, I am very sorry.
    Pureh@te, in my humble opinion disagreeing with someone even if he is a moderator, admin, or the God is proof of having an opinion. So in my opinion it is not correct to strict every new user to post only to this section (even for the first 3 days) since this user may have advanced knowledge ( in my opinion this is not the case) to share which doesnt fit in this section.

    Don't worry about my ego, it isn't even scratched!

    I should have pm-ed my last posts but I didn't find pm functionality in this forum maybe this proves that i am a newbie!

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    Unfortunately the forum is not a democracy. If it makes your feel any better I consider every one a n00b unless:
    1. They are already well known by their handle
    2. Their first post is a tutorial

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    Fair enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by three3 View Post
    Fair enough
    Now that the above is over with also have a look at DVL
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