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Kali Linux 2021.3 Released, You Can Run It on Your TicHunter Pro Smartwatch

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The third release of the year, Kali Linux 2021.3 is here to introduce the world’s first Kali Linux-powered smartwatch, the TicHunter Pro. The implementation is still in its infancy, so you’ll only get support for USB attacks and various basic functions, but hey, you’re running Kali Linux on your smartwatch and that’s cool enough!

As with previous releases, Kali Linux 2021.3 is also packed with new tool for your hacking needs. These include the Berate_ap utility for orchestrating MANA rogue Wi-Fi access points, CALDERA scalable automated adversary emulation platform, EAPHammer utility for targeted “evil twin” attacks against WPA2-Enterprise Wi-Fi networks, as well as HostHunter recon tool for discovering hostnames using OSINT techniques.

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Kali Linux 2021.3 Released: OpenSSL, Virtualization Improvements

  • Kali Linux 2021.3 Released: OpenSSL, Virtualization Improvements, And More

    Offensive Security has released Kali Linux 2021.3. The new build brings wide OpenSSL compatibility, better Virtual Machine support, new tools, and a lot more. Here’s everything you need to know.

    The new build comes with a wide OpenSSL compatibility by default. This enables Kali to talk to ancient systems that are still using legacy protocols like TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. Old ciphers are also enabled by default. It’s a great addition as it’ll allow the OS to talk to more systems.

Kali Linux 2021.3 released with new pentest tools, improvements

  • Kali Linux 2021.3 released with new pentest tools, improvements

    Kali Linux 2021.3 was released yesterday by Offensive Security and includes a new set of tools, improved virtualization support, and a new OpenSSL configuration that increases the attack surface.

    Kali Linux is a Linux distribution designed for cybersecurity professionals and ethical hackers to perform penetration testing and security audits.

    With this release, the Kali Linux Team introduces the following new features...

Kali Linux 2021.3 Released, Download ISO Now

  • Kali Linux 2021.3 Released, Download ISO Now

    Offensive Security announces the general availability of Kali Linux 2021.3. You will find the support for OpenSSL, Kali-Tools, Kali Live VM Support, and most interesting feature or support that you will see on Kali Linux 2021.3 is support for Kali NetHunter Smartwatch.

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  • Kali Linux 2021.3 Adds New Tools, Introduces Kali NetHunter Smartwatch

    Kali Linux 2021.3 is here and now you can even run this new version of Kali Linux on your TicHunter Pro smartwatch as well.

    Kali is a Linux distribution based on Debian, strongly focused on security and specifically designed for computer forensics and advanced penetration testing. It contains several hundred tools that are well-designed towards various information security tasks, such as penetration testing, security research, computer forensics and reverse engineering.

    Kali Linux, which follows a rolling release model, has now been updated to version 2021.3, replete with updated tools, polished themes and new Kali Tools site.

  • Kali Linux 2021.3 Available to Download - itsfoss.net

    Kali Linux 2021.3 Available to Download, Kali Linux 2021.3 is a Debian-based distribution with a collection of security and forensics tools. The project has published a new release, Kali Linux 2021.3, which introduces changes to the OpenSSL software. “OpenSSL – Wide compatibility by default – Keep reading for what that means.

Kali Linux 2021.3 Brings in Kali Live VM Support

Kali Linux 2021.3

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  • Kali Linux 2021.3 is now more fun in VMs [Ed: Automated translation]

    The special distribution Kali Linux based on Debian GNU / Linux has been released in version 2021.3. The developers particularly emphasize that the system should now run better in virtual machines.

    As can be seen from a post In addition to various updates for the ARM architecture and a visual revision, the current version brings more support for older encryption algorithms. The Android version of the system, NetHunter, can now be installed on a smartwatch for the first time.

    Kali Linux is aimed at everyone who wants to track down and investigate security gaps in IT systems as part of their professional or private activities. It comes with a large number of preconfigured tools, the use of which is helpful or even necessary in the context of security analyzes.

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Kali Linux 2021.3 released with new tools

  • Kali Linux 2021.3 released with new tools

    Kali Linux version 2021.3 has been released with new tools, though its makers explain that some features which make it good for penetration testing also make it bad for general use.

    The specialist Linux distribution, based on Debian, is designed for security professionals (and also handy for administrators confronted by problems such as a standalone Windows PC and a user with a lost password). It is sponsored by a US company called Offensive Security, who do information security training and penetration testing.

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