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Hacker Survival Kit

Chimo bio photo By Chimo CC BY-SA 3.0
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DateTime
2016:10:06 23:48:49
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2016:10:06 23:47:25
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I recently got a "messenger bag" and I've been building a "Hacker Survival Kit" that I carry with me daily.

It currently contains:

  • Earbuds
  • Ethernet cable
  • Micro-usb to usb cable
  • Netbook (running Arch Linux)
  • A live-usb running Kali Linux
  • A notebook
  • An ebook reader
  • A spare phone (Samsung Galaxy S running CM 11 Nightly). I wanted to run NetHunter on it but it's not ported to that device.
  • An sdcard
  • A battery (with usb and micro-usb ports)
  • A pen

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