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Run Kali Linux on Windows 10

Posted in Windows 10 by Steve Sinchak

Attention security professionals and penetration testers, believe it or not, but Kali Linux is now available in the Microsoft App store for Windows 10.  The suite of security assessment and penetration tools can natively run on Windows 10 thanks to the work of the Windows system for Linux, also known as WSL. While there are some limitations, Kali Linux brings a lot of new command line utilities that will be very helpful to the right professional. In addition, it is possible to leverage the XFCE desktop manager for a more "native" Kali Linux experience. 

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Enable the Virtual Touchpad in Windows 10

Posted in Windows 10 by Steve Sinchak

If you have a touch display and would like more precise control of your mouse cursor you can turn on a hidden virtual touchpad that can be found in the latest versions of Windows 10. This virtual touchpad comes complete with virtual right and left mouse buttons.  Another great use of the virtual touchpad is with legacy games and applications that don’t work well with a touchscreen. 

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