beginning with Kali linux-2.0 Sana.
Hello friends InfoSecHacker now begin tutorial of kali Linux (Sana 2.0). It is most powerful and effective kali linux update ever, sana comes with new interface , tools , payloads , exploits etc. Every thing an Hacker or Pentester needs. so let’s begin a power full and effective tutorial of every root of Kali Linux 2.0.
As a Startup we like to first tell you
How to Install Kali Linux 2.0 in your Computer
Preparing for the Installation
- Download Kali linux.
- Burn The Kali Linux ISO to DVD or Making USB Bootable (Given Below)
- Ensure that your computer is set to boot from CD / USB in your BIOS.
How to make Pendrive Bootable
- You need to download the Win32 Disk Imager utility.
- Plug your USB drive into an available USB port on your Windows PC, note which drive designator (e.g. “F:\”) it uses once it mounts, and launch the Win32 Disk Imager software you downloaded.
- Choose the Kali Linux ISO file to be imaged and verify that the USB drive to be overwritten is the correct one. Click the “Write” button.
- Once the imaging is complete, safely eject the USB drive from the Windows machine. You can now use the USB device to boot into Kali Linux.
Kali Linux Installation Procedure
- To start your installation, boot with your chosen installation medium. You should be greeted with the Kali Boot screen. Choose either Graphical or Text-Mode install. In this example, we chose a GUI install.
- Select your preferred language and then your country location. You’ll also be prompted to configure your keyboard with the appropriate keymap.
- Specify your geographic location.
- The installer will copy the image to your hard disk, probe your network interfaces, and then prompt you to enter a hostname for your system. In the example below, we’ve entered “kali” as our hostname.
- You may optionally provide a default domain name for this system to use.
- Next, provide a full name for a non-root user for the system.
- A default user ID will be created, based on the full name you provided. You can change this if you like.
- Next, set your time zone.
- The installer will now probe your disks and offer you four choices. In our example, we’re using the entire disk on our computer and not configuring LVM (logical volume manager). Experienced users can use the “Manual” partitioning method for more granular configuration options.
- Select the disk to be partitioned.
- Depending on your needs, you can choose to keep all your files in a single partition — the default — or to have separate partitions for one or more of the top-level directories. If you’re not sure which you want, you want “All files in one partition”.
- Next, you’ll have one last chance to review your disk configuration before the installer makes irreversible changes. After you click Continue, the installer will go to work and you’ll have an almost finished installation.
- Configure network mirrors. Kali uses a central repository to distribute applications. You’ll need to enter any appropriate proxy information as needed.
NOTE! If you select “NO” in this screen, you will NOT be able to install packages from Kali repositories.
- Next, install GRUB.
- Finally, click Continue to reboot into your new Kali installation.
It’s Done 🙂