Kali Linux is a Linux distribution based on Debian Linux and is one of the favorite distributions of hackers, intruders and security professionals. This distribution is provided by Offensive Security Security Company. Mati Aharon, Devon Kearns and Raphaël Hertzog are the main programmers of the distribution who created the operating system by rewriting BackTrack. Kali Linux brings together the best hacking and security tools needed.
Tools include Armitage – Graphical tool for cyber attack management, nmap – Powerful and versatile port scanner, Wireshark – Network Platform Analyst, John Ripper – Popular cracker password, Aircrack-ng – Wireless network intrusion tester Both Burp Suite and OWASP ZAP are both scanners of websites and a total of more than 300 useful tools all of which are installed and ready to use.
Kali Linux can either be installed on a hard drive or used as a live boot disk or on a flash memory. You can also install and use it on a virtual machine like VMWare. Kali Linux is a distribution based on Debian Linux distribution so most of the packages you see in Kali are imported from Debian repositories. Kali Linux is deployed in a secure environment, meaning that only a few approved people can execute their own packages and all of these packages are signed by the developer. Kali also has a modified core that is patched and patched for penetration and extensibility.
Kali Linux Compatibility:
Install a minimum of 10 GB of disk space for the Kali Linux.
For i386 and amd64 architectures, a minimum of 512MB of RAM.
CD-DVD Drive / USB boot support
Burn ISO files to flash or DVD and boot and use the system. Of course, there must be tools running the operating system.
Default login information:
Kali Linux 2020.1 x86
Kali Linux 2020.1 x64
File password (s): Download Here
32-bit version: 3.26 GB
64-bit version: 3.19 GB