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Kali Linux Cracks Passwords and Finds Security Exploits on the Enterprise Level Print E-mail
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Source: LifeHacker - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Security Projects Popular Wi-Fi password cracking tool Backtrack—used for security testing purposes only, of course—gets a special release today in the form of Kali Linux. This new distribution targets enterprise security, offering a suite of helpful tools for rigorous testing. The Kali distribution includes Metasploit, Wireshark, John the Ripper, Nmap, Aircrack-ng, and others to provide a security testing suite you can easily boot up from a Live CD. The distribution comes in not only 32- and 64-bit flavors, but also works with ARM-based systems as well. That means Kali can run on some Chromebooks and even the Raspberry Pi. Check out the Kali site for the official downloads and more information.

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