At the end of the day, when you’re talking about a new product, it’s important to realize that it’s only a matter of time before the next product comes along. The concept of the “booters” can only be fulfilled in the context of the previous product. I’ll have a very short explanation.
The booters are a series of computer programs that can be downloaded and installed into a computer that allows it to control a device (like a camera, phone, etc.). I have to say that Booters are a pretty cool idea, but they can also be a bit of a pain to manage. For example, most of the ones that Ive tried run out of memory after a few minutes of use, even when theyre supposedly downloading.
The other issue is that they run out of battery and require batteries to be recharged, which can be a hassle if youre in an airport. Booters can be installed onto your own computer though, so you don’t have to buy the computer you plan on using, and they can be used in conjunction with your existing computer or the computer you want to use without needing a new computer.
Ive had a look at a few of these booters and theyre pretty cool, but nothing is as easy to use as a standard booter. I prefer the simple booters that have a battery, a USB cable, and a keyboard shortcut, but those can still be frustrating to use if youre not looking out for some of the more advanced features.
No, they are not just boot-based, but a lot easier to use. The only thing you need to do is to take out the computer, and then plug it into your computer and restart. The reason why I prefer the simple boot-based booters is that they are more versatile than the full-fledged boot-based ones, but they allow you to install multiple programs. I chose the full-fledged boot-based ones because I can install programs without having to reinstall them.
I’ve personally not used any of these programs, but when I do, I use the one that comes with Linux. I found that the one’s I prefer the easiest/most efficient to run are Wireshark and Snort, which are very good at intercepting traffic. Snort is also very good at catching up to the other programs and taking down other programs.
I personally don’t like the ones that come with Linux because they only run from the first install; for me to use it, I have to reboot my computer. I think the ones that come with Linux are good, but I find it easier to just install a boot-based one when I need to.
The one that I use the most is rs-booter or rs-booter-linux. It is a boot-based Linux distro that I wrote for my Lattice Laptop, a Toshiba Satellite L850 laptop. Its pretty easy to set up and is based on Ubuntu, so I can install it on my laptop easily and get the latest version of Ubuntu. I have it installed on my desktop Linux machine because I think I like it the easiest.
I would recommend having it installed on your laptop because you’ll be using it on the desktop to access the Linux tools that are required for a lot of the Linux tools that you will use. In fact, I think it’s a great idea to have it installed on your laptop because then you can go ahead and run some of the Linux distro’s commands (like apt-get) on your desktop machine.