HomesecurityKali Linux 2019.4: Adds Undercover Mode for Hackers

Kali Linux 2019.4: Adds Undercover Mode for Hackers

Type “Kali-undercover” and get a default window installation. If you're excited about the Kali Linux framework for hacking and penetration testing, we have some really great news for you.

Kali Linux is used for forensics as well as for penetration testing. It has more than 600 penetration testing programs. The first version of Kali Linux, released by 2012, can be installed on your computer's hard drive and can be started directly from a computer CD ή USB on a virtual machine.

The new and final version of Kali Linux 2019.4 has been released with some major changes. Completely transformed into ethical hacking tool. It also solves some problems and errors.

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What's new?

First of all, some performance problems will be resolved soon from the developers in this release and some features will be removed as long as they are not beneficial to the user.

Undercover theme: The new Undercover theme - which converts Kali to a default Windows installation - can be activated simply by composing the kali-undercover into Terminal windows. You can also use and run them PowerShell scripts directly to Kali Linux.

Furthermore, the appearance has become more modern and classy compared to traditional. Of course, if you don't like the new interface, you can change it theme.

Undercover Mode

BTFRS: It includes a BTFRS feature that allows you to capture a snapshot of Kali Linux if you use it directly on the system.

NetHunter Kex: Inserted to run Kali Linux on the phone Android connecting the keyboard and mouse Bluetooth.

If you are using Kali Linux for now, try this command:

root @ kali: ~ # apt update && apt -y full-upgrade

Then, you must verify the installation using the command:

root @ horse: ~ # grep VERSION / etc / os-release