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What netbook do you prefer for pentesting?
From: paul at pizza.org (Paul Harrington)
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 16:56:27 +0100

I think the newer 10v is hackintosh-able.

http://mydellmini.com/forum/mac-os-x-guides/9156-mac-os-x-dell-mini-10v-how-video.html

2009/6/29 Raffi Jamgotchian <raffi at flossyourmind.com>:
Some of the components of the Dell mini 10 are different. Ive read a number
of blogs that recommend staying away from it

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Raffi
On Jun 29, 2009, at 6:32 AM, ramsesoriginal <ramsesoriginal at gmail.com>
wrote:

I used to have a Dell Mini 9, since it has a) the ability to run macOsX
(thus all three major OS, ergo practically every program out there xD) and
b) is completely fanless and has no moving parts, thus even if you
shake/drop it, np. I built a waterproof cover, and now it's the ideal war
machine.
They don't sell it anymore, but i think the new Dell Mini 10s should do the
trick.

My corner of the web: http://ramsesoriginal.wordpress.com


On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 3:45 PM, Robert Portvliet
<robert.portvliet at gmail.com> wrote:

Much thanks for all the info guys, I greatly appreciate it!





On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 4:45 PM, Gregory Baker
<travelingregbaker at yahoo.com> wrote:

Having used?two different models of?EEEPCs, Acer 1, Dell Mini, Dell
lattitude 2100, the lenovo,?and the HP 2133, for various duties inclusive of
pentesting, the HP wins. I normally loathe HP computers but this
device?surprisingly turns out to be?my favorite of the lot. It has an
Expresscard slot and the case is aluminium. The downside of course is that
save the new Dell lattitude, it is the most expensive device.

Why so many different netbooks you ask? Well some Executive securely
locked in his/her ivory tower somewhere thought it would be a great cost
saving measure for the mobile workforce to replace our?encrypted notebooks
with netbooks. I hate it when an Executive gets ahold of a PC magazine.....

I sure wish Apple would get into this market. I think that they could
easily own it in short order.

--- On Thu, 6/25/09, Robert Portvliet <robert.portvliet at gmail.com> wrote:

From: Robert Portvliet <robert.portvliet at gmail.com>
Subject: [Pauldotcom] What netbook do you prefer for pentesting?
To: "PaulDotCom Security Weekly Mailing List"
<pauldotcom at mail.pauldotcom.com>
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2009, 1:47 PM


?I am in the market for a netbook & was wondering what is the weapon of
choice for pentesting?

?I know Paul talked about his experiences with the EEEPC on the show,
what other netbooks are you folks fond of?

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