We show you one of the specialized Linux distributions specialized for security researchers and Parrot Security.
There are many distributions of the two hacking labs such as Kali Linux and Blackarch and each distribution has its advantages.
Talking about Parrot Security features:
Designed with Cloud Pentesting and IoT Security and you can also run it via the USB port to ensure that the version exists at any time you need.
Supports TOR, I2P, anonsurf, gpg, tccf, zulucrypt, veracrypt, truecrypt
To maintain your privacy and hide your identity.
And many features you can experience and enjoy using the version
Download from official website
As the distribution accepts the USB connection to the following:
TP-LINK TL-WN722N (Volume 1 Only)
* Alfa AWUS036NH
* Atheros AR9271
* Ralink RT3070
* Ralink RT3572
* Atheros AR9485
Adjust database settings:
Reconfigure Mysql / Mariadb Password
1. Stop the MySQL service.
service mysql stop
2. Start MySQL without password and permission checks.
mysqld_safe -skip-grant-tables &
3. Press [ENTER] again if your output is halted.
Connect to MySQL.
mysql -u root mysql
5. Run following commands to set a new password for root user. Substitute NEW_PASSWORD with your new password.
UPDATE user SET password = PASSWORD (‘my new p4ssw0rd’) WHERE user = ‘root’;
6. Restart the MySQL service.
service mysql restart
Reconfigure Postgresql Password
1. Open psql from the postgres user.
sudo -u postgres psql
2. Change password of the postgres user (or any other database user)
\ password postgres
\ password myuser
3. Quit pgsql
Rebuild DEB files from source
root @ parrot: ~ # apt-get source <pack-name>
root @ parrot: ~ # cd <pack-name>
Now we must edit the package source code and make the changes needed to the source code of the package
root @ parrot: ~ # nano examples / classic-format.c
After that the important is check for any build dependencies the package may have, so install any build dependencies if needed
root @ parrot: ~ # apt install dh-autoreconf libnfc-dev libssl-dev
With the dependencies installed the next command is all it takes to build our new version
root @ parrot: ~ # dpkg-buildpackage
When the build completes without errors you’ll be able to install it
root @ parrot: ~ # dpkg -i ../<pack-name>.deb