Kali LInux KDE-r1 made of the original release of the original source code Kali Linux Gnome edition.
Kali Linux KDE r1
Kali Linux KDE r1 made of the original release of the original source code Kali Linux Gnome edition. Kali Linux KDE version is enriched with additional desktop software ..
Version includes extra programs to test network security..
Kali Linux KDE r1 Additional repositories.
Kali Linux KDE r1 Programs and scripts that are not and will not be in the standard version of Linux Kali!..
Kali LinuxKDE r1
Kali LInux KDE-r1 made of the original release of the original source code Kali Linux Gnome edition
The system for machines 32 and 64 bit. Edition of 13/10/2013 Kali Linux KDE version is enriched with additional desktop software
From an end user perspective, the most obvious change would be the switch to Debian and an FHS-compliant system. What this means is that instead of having to navigate through the /pentest tree, you will be able to call any tool from anywhere on the system as every application is included in the system path. However, there’s much hidden magic in that last sentence. I’ll quickly list some of the new benefits of this move. Streaming Security and Package Updates From Debian Our new streamlined repositories synchronize with the Debian repositories 4 times a day, constantly providing you with the latest package updates and security fixes available. Kali LInux This is where we’ve been spending most of our time and effort. Relentlessly packaging dozens of useful tools, painstakingly making sure our packages are Debian compliant. Long Term Packaging and Maintenance of High Profile Tools Many of the tools in our toolbox need to be “bleeding edge”. This means we have take on the task of packaging and maintaining upstream versions of many tools, so that our users are constantly kept up to date where it matters. Streamlined Development Process As our source packages are now also Debian compliant, you can quickly and easily get the required sources of each tool, then modify and rebuild them with a couple of commands. ?