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Kali Linux Undercover mode ( 2019.4 )
by htbpro - December 15, 2019 at 05:52 AM
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What’s unused in Kali Linux 2019.4?

Download : https://www.kali.org/downloads/


New desktop environment, Xfce and GTK3 theme The much-awaited desktop environment overhaul is here. The more seasoned adaptations had certain execution issues coming about in broken client encounter. To address this, they created a modern topic running on Xfce. Its lightweight plan can run on all levels of Kali installs. The modern topic can handle different needs of the normal client with no changes. It employments standard UI concepts and there's no learning bend to it. It looks awesome with advanced UI components that make effective utilize of screen space.

Kali Undercover mode

For pentesters doing their work in a public environment, the team has made a little script that will change the user’s Kali theme to look like a default Windows installation. This way, users can work a bit more incognito. “After you are done and in a more private place, run the script again and you switch back to your Kali theme. Like magic!”, the official blog post reads.


BTRFS during setup


Another significant new addition to the documentation is the use of BTRFS as a root file system. This gives users the ability to do file system rollbacks after upgrades.

In cases when users are in a VM and about to try something new, they will often take a snapshot in case things go wrong. However, running Kali bare metal is not easy. There is also a manual clean up included. With BTRFS, users can have a similar snapshot capability on a bare metal install!
NetHunter Kex – Full Kali Desktop on Android phones

With NetHunter Kex, users can attach their Android devices to an HDMI output along with Bluetooth keyboard and mouse and get a full, no compromise, Kali desktop from their phones.

To get a full breakdown on how to use NetHunter Kex, check out its official documents on the Kali Linux website.

Kali Linux users are excited about this release and look forward to trying the newly added features.
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Thank you very much friend for such a generous distribution)
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#3
i need this pls.................................
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#4
Oh sweet, Ill definitely check it out
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