How to Update Kali Linux in 2023 Using Virtual Box, Live USB, VMware

Kali Linux is a powerful and popular open-source operating system used by security professionals and researchers for penetration testing, forensics, and other security-related tasks. It is important to keep Kali Linux up to date in order to get the latest security updates and features. In this blog post, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to update Kali Linux.

If you are unsure whether or not you need to update, there is a simple way to verify this.

To check if Kali Linux is up to date, you can use the apt-show-versions command in the terminal. This command will show you the version number of each package installed on your system, as well as the version number of the latest available package.

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Draw Over Other Apps On Android- Everything You Need To Know

Android is a highly versatile operating system that offers a wide range of features and functionalities to its users. One such feature is the ability to ‘Draw Over Other Apps‘, which allows apps to display content on top of other apps running in the background. This feature is often used by apps to provide a better user experience or to offer additional features.

In this article, we’ll take an in-depth look at the ‘Draw Over Other Apps’ feature on Android, exploring everything you need to know about how it works, its benefits, security concerns, limitations, and much more. Whether you’re a regular Android user or a developer looking to implement this feature in your app, this article will provide you with all the information you need to get started. So, let’s dive in!”

If you are familiar with the “term” permissions. Then, understanding what Draw over other apps means will be much easier.

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How to Update Python in Kali Linux?

Kali Linux comes with Python3 installed, but you need to make sure it’s updated as older versions of python may not work any longer.

Before Updating the kali Linux, first, determine what python version is currently installed in it. For this, open the Kali Linux terminal, and type Python — version. Hit enter to run this command and it will show the version of python in your kali Linux.

As of now (2022, 20th October) The latest version of python is Python 3.9.15. Or verify the latest python version from the official website. Less than this version means it’s older and thus needed an upgrade.

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How to Make a Game in C++ Visual Studio: Tic Tac Toe

The visual studio is an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) mainly used to create various applications and chiefly gaming applications. This software provides its user with a comfortable environment to produce any game or application. 

It supports some built-in high-level programming languages like C, C++, and C#. Moreover, it also sustains other languages like python and java. Its free version, containing all the features, is also available on its website for programmers.


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Installing Visual code On Chromebook (Easiest way)

The very basic way to install visual code on your Chromebook is here.

What do you need to know to run visual code on Chromebook?

  • Visual code does not work with ChromeOS, you just need to replace ChromeOS with Linux. Read this blog to install Linux on ChromeOS.
  • Make sure your Chromebook has at least 2GB of RAM memory and some free storage.
  • As Visual Studio Code is available and can run on Linux with ARM64 and ARMv7 CPUs, this implies Chromebooks with ARM chips are compatible with Visual Studio Code.

Also read: Installing python on Chromebook.

How do I install visual codes on Chromebook?

Step 1: Setting up the Visual Code

  1. Head over to the official site of Visual Studio by clicking here and clicking on the “.deb” option listed in the middle.
  • The download will soon start, and once it’s over, open the download folder by selecting the bottom right box.
  • Now, right-click the file and select *Open with Linux Beta* to allow the installation of Visual Studio. The progress can also be monitored at the bottom right corner.

Step 2: Applying the Python environment for Visual Studio

  1. Once the installation is complete, minimize the Visual Studio tab and open your Command Terminal. Type “Sudo apt-get update” & hit enter.
  • After the command is executed, again type “sudo apt-get upgrade” and continue.
  • Now to see whether Python is properly installed or not, write “python3 -V” in the command window. If you see a Python version displayed, then proceed next.
  • In the following step, you need to install the Pip package manager (Type “sudo apt-get install python3-pip“. The purpose of this utility is to use third-party Python extensions on the go.

Step 3: VS Code Configuration via environment

  1. Before you move any further, you need to create a folder within the Linux File location where the Python projects will be stored.
  • Now, right-click the folder and scroll over to the Open with section, where you need to open it with the terminal. Another window will pop up in which you are going to input “Code .” This will automatically open the Visual Studio.
  • Once that’s done, click on View and then Extension located at the top left corner. As the resource is displayed, select Python with Microsoft as the main publisher and hit install.
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  • The next step is to enable a Raw Python Interpreter. So again, click on View & then Command Pallet. Write “Python select interpreter” and select the following result in the subsequent box.

After that, the Python environment is ready to use. You can now start programming your project by heading over to the explorer section at the top.

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How to Replace Chrome os with Linux

Although ChromeOS has the Linux kernel, it’s not open source in the real sense. So the desire to replace chrome os with any Linux distro is real. And in this blog, let’s run how to replace it in the simplest way.

Even many simple Linux commands don’t work in its GUI. 

If you want to experience a true Linux-based tablet, look at this Raspad tablet 3 a Linux-beast indeed.

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