I just found out about this Project. If you use Kali Linux and like Arch Linux this would be a perfect fit for you!
BlackArch Linux is an Arch-based GNU/Linux distribution for pentesters and security researchers. The BlackArch package repository is compatible with existing Arch installs.
Here are some of BlackArch’s features:
– Support for i686 and x86_64 architectures
– Over 600 tools (constantly increasing)
– Modular package groups
– A live ISO with multiple window managers, including dwm, Fluxbox, Openbox, Awesome, wmii, i3, and Spectrwm.
– An installer with the ability to build from source.
Soon they will release:
– ARM support
– Documentation for all tools
The project authors are also releasing a tool to fetch and search exploit archives called sploitctl.
As an Arch Linux user myself I will be trying this soon and post my experience here. Getting all of these security tools on a rolling release distribution like Arch Linux is extremely hard to do and I am really excited to see the results.
To install any of these tools you need to add the BlackArch repository:
Append the following lines to /etc/pacman.conf to add the BlackArch repository:
SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
For package signing, run the following to pull in and sign the package signing keys:
$ sudo pacman-key -r 4345771566D76038C7FEB43863EC0ADBEA87E4E3
$ sudo pacman-key –lsign-key 4345771566D76038C7FEB43863EC0ADBEA87E4E3
$ sudo pacman -Syyu
You may now install tools from the blackarch repository.
To list all of the available tools, run
$ sudo pacman -Sgg | grep blackarch | cut -d’ ‘ -f2 | sort -u
To install all of the tools, run
$ sudo pacman -S blackarch
To install a category of tools, run
$ sudo pacman -S blackarch-
To see the blackarch categories, run
$ sudo pacman -Sg | grep blackarch
If you don’t have Arch Linux installed already you can download an ISO with all configuration already in place on the following page: http://blackarch.org/download.html
Official website: http://blackarch.org/index.html