Wondering What Is On A Child's Computer? The United Kingdom's "National Crime Agency" Can Help

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The United Kingdom's "National Crime Agency" wants to help you understand what scary programs like Kali Linux, which could be on your child's computer, really are. They have made a highly informative and totally factually accurate poster which you, as a parent, should read so you can understand what kind of dangerous computer programs your child might be using.

written by 권유리 (Kwon Yu-ri). published 2020-02-13last edited 2020-02-24

Presented with no further comment..

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Yes. It is real. This really is the current state of the country where have to be 18+ and show an ID card to buy a plastic spoon.


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Anonymous user #1

one month ago
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what a disgrace!
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Anonymous user #2

one month ago
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The NCA has said "the NCA was not involved in the production or release of this poster.

There are many tools which tech-savvy children use, some of which can be used for both legal & illegal purposes, so it is vital that parents and children know how these tools can be used safely."
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Anonymous user #3

one month ago
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Dude, I love using discord to share all my hacking tips! And I love spending 200$ on a wifi pineapple when I could just use free software!!!
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Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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they better police the spy agencies rather than tax payers
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Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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I to talk about hacking over Discord, not sharing dumb memes
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WaiLin

one month ago
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Make sure you look very closely at your childs computer!!! The Tor Browser looks almost identical to the regular Mozilla Firefox browser and the very dangerous Kali Linux hacking distribution has a Windows undercover-mode which makes it look like Windows 10!!!
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Anonymous user #5

one month ago
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Shut the fuck up the tor browser is an onion and the Firefox is a fox. You are a whole fucking goof. You actually believe this too? Laughable, maybe go look at NCA’s reply to this poster. They admitted that they didn’t make it nor was involved in it.
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Anonymous user #5

one month ago
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be thankful for your child might be using linux.
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Anonymous user #5

one month ago
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or as I prefer to call gnu+linux
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Anonymous user #1

one month ago
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I don't even know where to start with this one... there is so so much wrong with this. And honestly? if your child is smart enough to use Metasploit, kali and can afford and use wifi pineapple, then he is also smart enough to not hack anybody with it. If Discord is evil so is Skype, Twitter, Facebook and all other social media. Tor can be used to access the dark web, yet it first of all has a lot of benefits for normal people as well. For example some journalists in china rely on it to not get put in prision when they talk about events that show the regime in a bad light. It also is great for keeping your privacy. Second of all. It doesn't mean that your child is using the dark web and unless they are using if for something illigal it is legal! FFS! the darkweb isn't as evil as you think it is and unless you search for illigal stuff it pretty much the normal internet.

And don't get me started on VMs... Those things are the most usefull thing to a coder, or a passionate gamer who wants to play very old games and I could list at least 10 very good reasons why they are usefull and not evil at all.
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Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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Published Dec 13, 2020 Lasted edited Feb 16, 2020

I wish time travellers would come by more often.
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Anonymous user #3

28 days ago
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discord is my favorite i use it howerly exept for when i am asleep but it is how me and my freinds comunicate and aperintly the government whants to divert me from using it =\
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Anonymous user #4

19 days ago
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lol
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