We’re halfway through our series on getting your Mac ready for hacking, and now that you have some of the Git basics down, it’s time to move on to using a package manager.

A Linux/Unix environment without a package manager means a lot of extra work on your part. So without a good package manager, any additions to the system will need to be compiled from source. Yes, you already have the Mac App Store on your macOS hacking computer, but most of the open-source pentesting tools we rely on as hackers and security professionals are not available there.

Previously: How to Use Git to Clone… more

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