BlackArch Linux Now Provides over 1,400 Penetration Testing Tools, New ISO Lands
The BlackArch Linux devs have been preparing this for months, but now it is finally here, the new ISO image of the Arch Linux-based operating system designed for hackers and security professionals.
If I needed to leave Android, I'd use Sailfish OS
Sailfish OS may be unknown to most people, but if Android was to disappear tomorrow, this would be the direction I'd head. Sailfish OS is an open source mobile operating system that offers speed and simplicity like no other. And, in my opinion, is the best alternative to Android.
It took me almost two years longer than my Microsoft-watching colleagues Ed Bott and Tom Warren, but I've given up using Windows Phones as my daily driver.
As of about a month ago, I'm now sporting a Nexus 6P (made by Huawei). I'm still on Verizon. But my Lumia Icon is now in a desk drawer.
At the recent Beijing Auto Show, manufacturer of things that are luxurious, Bentley, was on hand to show off the new Mulsanne First Edition. This is a car for the ultra wealthy, and the ultra wealthy that like to travel in ultimate style and comfort. It's one of those cars that it's better to sit in the back of.
Fairphone launched the Fairphone 2 earlier this year, and developers that owned the phone were able to throw on the in-development, open source OS that the company was working on over at code.fairphone.com. Now the OS has been released for everyone to have fun with. This OS from Fairphone is open sourced and it is based off of Android 5.1 Lollipop. However according to the blog post that Fairphone put up on their site, the open source OS doesn’t include Google Mobile Services. This means no Google Play Store, Google Maps, or anything Google related. Essentially, it could be seen as a forked version of Android.