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Kali live with encrypted persistence

by /u/blackmagnetar · 1 votes · 4 months ago

I have been using parrot live with persistence but since some repositories won't work as expected decided to get back to kali live. Been using kali live with encrypted persistence like for the past 8hrs installed some tools and also some applications like spotify, updated & upgraded the repositories then decided to switch it off for a minute to take a walk logging in back no files on the encrypted persistence partition its all brand new...I don't know if am the one doing something wrong or files don't get saved on encrypted with persistence kali live.

Comments (9)
/u/godinparis · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

did you make partition when installing the live

/u/blackmagnetar OP · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

you mean in the flash disk?

yes I used rufus from another pc with windows

/u/Espionage5926 · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

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/u/blackmagnetar OP · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

thanks for the link

/u/SomethingProfound P · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

If you're looking to use Linux as your daily driver / host os, and you're comfortable with Kali I'd suggest installing Debian or Ubuntu. Run Kali in a VM. Maybe not ideal if you're primarily doing wifi related shit, depending on your wifi adapter.

That way you get the best of both worlds - Stable, Secure, Open Source Host OS and almost instant access to Kali. I guess if you really want to use Kali as your daily it's stable enough that you shouldn't run into too many issues. Why using a live image instead of installing to hard drive?

/u/blackmagnetar OP · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

am currently out of devices I have 3 PCs one with windows for gaming another with parrot for some blue team and lastly with manjaro am trying to familiarize with Arch but still want to do some red team tasks so I need kali coz I prefer it over parrot for offensive

/u/SomethingProfound P · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

Virtualization is your friend.

/u/blackmagnetar OP · 1 votes · 4 months ago · Link

yeah but I can't get on persistent tried some options but its supper slow like hell slow I don't think even windows 1.0 was that slow man

anyone who know where I can find previous versions of kali live