Distribution Release: Kali Linux 2021.2
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Kali Linux is a Debian-based distribution with a collection of security and forensics tools. The distribution’s team have released Kali Linux 2021.2 which includes two new significant tools: Kaboxer and Kali-Tweaks. Kaboxer allows the developers to package troublesome software in containers which are presented in a transparent fashion to the user like any other package. Kali-Tweaks helps the user customize the distribution. “Announcing Kali-Tweaks! This is our little helping hand for Kali users, with the idea to help customize Kali to your own personal taste quickly, simply, and the correct way. This should help you to stop doing repetitive tasks. Currently Kali-Tweaks will help out with: Meta packages - Installing/removing groups of tools, which may not have been available while installing Kali if you did not use the installer image. Network Repositories - Enabling/disabling ‘bleeding-edge’ and ‘experimental’ branches. Shell and Prompt - Switch between two or one line prompt, enable/disable the extra line before the prompt, or configure Bash or ZSH as the default shell…” Further information is available in the project"s release announcement. Download (SHA256, signature, pkglist): kali-linux-2021.2-live-amd64.iso (3,693MB), kali-linux-2021.2-installer-netinst-amd64.iso (378MB).
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