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How To Run Linux From A USB Flash Drive
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11/15/2012 | 9:56:04 PM
re: How To Run Linux From A USB Flash Drive
Geez, talk about giving away all the tricks...

Something that should be considered are the security implications, as well as the data recovery opportunities, that having a USB flash drive that you can boot Linux up from introduces.

I created my first Linux Flash Drive a few years ago and have successfully used it in many instances to bypass security on boxes (all white-hat stuff, mind you) and to recover files from systems that would no longer boot before re-imaging them. That made a tool of this nature invaluable to me.


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