KALI LINUX TOOLS
Kali Linux is the world’s most powerful and popular penetration testing platform, used by security professionals in a wide range of specializations, including penetration testing, forensics, reverse engineering, and vulnerability assessment. It is the culmination of years of refinement and the result of a continuous evolution of the platform, from WHoppiX to WHAX, to BackTrack, and now to a complete penetration testing framework leveraging many features of Debian GNU/Linux and the vibrant open source community worldwide. Kali contains several hundred tools which are geared towards various information security tasks, such as Penetration Testing, Security research, Computer Forensics and Reverse Engineering. Kali Linux was released on the 13th March 2013 as a complete, top-to-bottom rebuild of Backtrack Linux, adhering completely to Debian development standards.
➢ Kali Linux .iso file (Used 2017.1)
➢ USB with minimum 8GB Capacity
➢ Format USB as FAT32
➢ Install win32diskimager.
➢ Open win32diskimager and Load Kali Linux .iso file.
➢ Click on Write button. (Yes on popup)
➢ Open Disk Management (diskmgmt)
➢ Make a free space (At least 40 GB recommended)
➢ Restart system
➢ Enter to bootmenu and select USB to install
➢ Select Advanced options
➢ Select install in graphical mode.
➢ Select language, location & keyboard then click continue button.
➢ Choose your host name (Linux…)
➢ Set password (Root password)
➢ Partition disk – force UEFI installation: No (if needed old OS)
➢ Select Manuel and click continue.
➢ Select your free space and click continue
➢ Create new partition logical Beginning
Mount point Use as Min size
➢ Done setting up the partition
➢ Finish partitioning and write changes to disk.
➢ Partition disk – write the changes to disks: Yes
➢ Config the package manager – Use a network mirror: No
➢ Install the GRUB bootloader on hard disk – Install the GRUB bootloader to the master boot
➢ Select /dev/sda(ata………)
➢ Remove devices
➢ Use username : root and password you enterd
➢ sudo os-prober
➢ sudo update-grub