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Kali Linux: How to use of Kali Linux?


Kali Linux: How to use of Kali Linux?

What is Kali Linux?

Kali Linux is a Defiant based Linux distribution, aimed at advanced Penetration Testing and security icing detection. There are several hundred tools in Kali that are geared towards various information security functions such as penetration testing, security research, computer forensics and reverse engineering. Kali Linux, a leading information security training company, is funded and maintained by Aggressive Security.

Kali Linux was introduced on March 13, 2013 as a complete, top-to-bottom rebuild of Backtrack Linux, sticking solely to Defiant development standards.



Contains more than Tenet૦૦ penetration testing tools: After reviewing each tool included in the backtrack, we eliminated a number of tools that either did not work or copied other tools that provided similar or similar functionality. Details on what's included are on the Cali Tools site.

Free (like beer) and always will be: KKL Linux, like Backtrack, is completely free and always will be. You never have to pay for Kali Linux.

Open Source Git Tree: We are committed to the open source development model and our development tree is available for all to see. All source code that goes into Linux for Linux is available to anyone who wants to tweak or recreate packages that fit their specific requirements.

FHS compliant: Cali, the file system complies with the Hierarchy Standard, allowing Linux users to easily find binaries, support files, libraries, and more.

Wide-ranging wireless device support: A regular sticking point with Linux distributions is supported for the wireless interface. We've built Kali Linux to support as many wireless devices as possible, which allow it to run properly on a variety of hardware and make it compatible with numerous USB and other wireless devices.

Custom kernel, patched for injection: As an intrusion tester, the development team often requires a wireless evaluation, so our kernel includes the latest injection patches.
Developed in a secure environment: The Kali Linux team is made up of a small group of individuals who are trusted to send only packages and interact with repositories, all of which are done using multiple secure protocols.

GPG Signed Packages and Repositories: Each package in Kali Linux is signed by each individual developer who created and committed it, and repositories also sign packages later.

Multi-language support: Although penetration tools are written in English, we have ensured that Cali includes true multilingual support, allowing more users to manage their native language and find the tools needed for the job.

Fully customizable: We understand well that not everyone will agree with our design decisions, so we've made it easy for our more adventurous users to customize Kali Linux to their liking, by all means.

ARMEL & ARMHF Support: ARM-based single-board systems, such as Raspberry Pi and Beagle bone Black, are becoming more and more prevalent and inexpensive, among others, so we know that tomorrow's ARM support needs to be as robust as both. With fully functional installations for ARMEL and ARMHF systems. Kali Linux is available on a wide range of ARM devices and has ARM repositories integrated with the main distribution so that equipment for the arm is updated along with the rest of the distribution.

Kali Linux is specifically tailored to the needs of intrusion test professionals and therefore all documentation on this site generally assumes prior knowledge and familiarity with the Linux operating system. Please see should I use Kali Linux? For more details on what makes Cali unique.

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