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    Lightbulb Kali Linux Roadmap (2019/2020)

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    Can you please add tools to kali like what blackarch has? Kali linux has broken almost all of the tools and is practically useless now. I am going to have to switch to blackarch linux because there are literally no tools that work besides osint tools. I am very disappointed because I have used this operating system for a year and the tools have dwindled down to almost nothing.

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    What tools would you like to see?
    What tools are broken?
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    The only ones that are really working are zenmap, metasploit, and openvas. I would like some automotive hacking tools, hardware hacking tools, etc. (There are too many to name). There are some pentesting frameworks like katana framework that seem interesting. Armitage and fern wifi cracker definitely don't work correctly. There are too many reconnaissance tools and not enough hacking tools.

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    Can you name a few of the automotive and hardware hacking tools?

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    I figured out another way for the car hacking. For the hardware part of it, there should be a program that when you plug a piece of hardware like a drone into the computer and it reverse engineers it. I bought tools for most of that though. It would be cool though if there was a way to automate the reverse engineering part of the process where you can read the code.

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    That's not how reverse engineering work.

    Do you have names of these tools? If they aren't open source, it's unlikely they will/can be added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister_X View Post
    That's not how reverse engineering work.

    Do you have names of these tools? If they aren't open source, it's unlikely they will/can be added.
    I know that's not how reverse engineering works. I meant that it would be cool if there was a program to do that. As far as tools go, I got armitage working although the tool will only find attacks if you have it at a minimum of poor exploit ranking. I find that all the stuff goes into armitage and I have the remaining tools to find vulnerabilities so I'm good. Nevermind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kburke View Post
    Can you please add tools to kali like what blackarch has? Kali linux has broken almost all of the tools and is practically useless now. I am going to have to switch to blackarch linux because there are literally no tools that work besides osint tools. I am very disappointed because I have used this operating system for a year and the tools have dwindled down to almost nothing.
    While Blackarch has more tools in its repositories, I find Kali to have a much more elegant approach to the tools. Kali has pretty much everything you'll need either installed by default or included in the repositories. The tools are also easier to set up in Kali. The few tools not included with Kali that I use I simply add into /opt from github (Empire, dirsearch, ghidra).

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