In 2013, Offensive Security released Kali Linux, a rebuild of BackTrack Linux derived from Debian. Since then, Kali has gone on to become somewhat of a standard for penetration testing. It comes preconfigured with a collection of tools accessible by a menu system, tied together with the Gnome desktop environment. However, Kali Linux isn’t the only penetration-testing distribution available.

BlackArch is an Arch Linux derived distribution oriented towards penetration testing. It’s also a rolling distribution, meaning that issuing an update command is all that is required to have the latest and… more


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