Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Kali Linux 2017.2 Released

 Kali Linux 2017.2
After 5 months, Kali Linux announces the release of Kali Linux 2017.2. This is a roll-up of all the updates and fixes of its predecessor. From its Debian flavor, Kali Linux 2017.2 has been added with dozens of new tools. Now you have to type "apt install" instead of "apt-get install" command. Few of the new and updated tools that are introduced in Kali Linux 2017.2 are mentioned below:

hurl – a useful little hexadecimal and URL encoder/decoder
phishery – phishery lets you inject SSL-enabled basic auth phishing URLs into a .docx Word document
ssh-audit – an SSH server auditor that checks for encryption types, banners, compression, and more
apt2 – an Automated Penetration Testing Toolkit that runs its own scans or imports results from various scanners, and takes action on them
bloodhound – uses graph theory to reveal the hidden or unintended relationships within Active Directory
crackmapexec – a post-exploitation tool to help automate the assessment of large Active Directory networks
dbeaver – powerful GUI database manager that supports the most popular databases, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQLite, and many more
brutespray – automatically attempts default credentials on discovered services

Friday, 8 September 2017

Update Kali Linux 2017.1 via repository

I came to a peculiar situation when I tried to update Kali Linux 2017.1 via terminal. It shows me "Reading package lists... Done".

Then I navigate "sources.list" file to check if the repository in present or not. And, found the link to the repository was missing.



I added the repository link and saved the file.

And, then I tried to update Kali Linux 2017.1 via terminal and I was taking update.

Further I typed upgrade command and it worked too.

Saturday, 26 August 2017

Access Windows Folder via Kali Linux 2017.1

Most of the Windows users, who are new to Kali Linux, are eager to know how to access Windows files or Folders through Kali Linux. I would like to tell you that it is super easy to access windows files or folders through Kali Linux 2017.2 version. Simply share your Windows folder and access it through Kali Linux Network.
Here is how you can do it in few simple steps.

Login to the Windows System and goto the folder you would like to share on your network/s. On my Windows System I chose "Softwares" folder that I would like to share on my network. To share "Softwares" folder, I right clicked on it and select Properties. Then I chose "Sharing" tab, next to "General". On this pop-up box I clicked on "Advanced Sharing" button and it will bring "Advanced Sharing" pop-up window. I checked "Share this folder" so that this folder is visible to my network. I left the name "Softwares" in Share name box as is, however you can mention any name of this shared folder to your network. You can even limit the number of simultaneous users (for security purpose) to access this folder. You can even give description to the folder, in the Comment box, so that it would be easy for you to identify the folder you shared on your network. Finally, click on "Permission" button if you wish to modify files or folders from the other network. For security reason, I allow only "Read" mode.

Now login to Kali Linux as a root (Kali Linux is installed on my virtual machine). On top left of the Taskbar, click on "Places" and then on the drop down list click on "Browse Network".

This window will show your network. Now double click on your network and enter username, domain (mine is Workgroup) and password.

Once your credential is verified, you will see your shared folder and you can access files or/and folders to this network.