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How to Install Kali Tools in Termux and other Linux Distributions

Install Kali Linux Pentesting Tools in Termux and Other Linux Distributions using OneX

Hi Geeks,

This post  was prepared for guide you how to install Kali Linux Pentesting tools in Termux and other Linux distributions. The steps followed in this post is same to all other Linux distributions (Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch, Parrot) and Termux.

Kali Linux is one of the popular operating system for pentesting. Because it contains all the essential and popular pentesting tools. Comparing to its competitor operating systems this is the first of all.

But one thing make to think about parrot linux. Because it contains same amount of pentesting tools and compared to Kali Linux, parrot is more secure. So some pentester choose parrot. In parot all the pentsters are facing the one problem. That is lack of  Kali Tools. So using OneX you can able to install all the popular tools in other linux distributions and Termax (Android).

Content:

  • System Requirments
  • Install and set up OneX
  • Install Pentesting Tools

System Requirements:

  • Android ( Termux App)
  • Linux (Linux Based Operating Systems)

OneX Installation:

First of all you want to install Git in your system.

mk007@linuxlia:~$ sudo apt-get install git

After installing git, clone the OneX packages.

mk007@linuxlia:~$ sudo apt-get update
mk007@linuxlia:~$ git clone https://github.com/rajkumardusad/onex.git

Now switch the directory to OneX.

mk007@linuxlia:~$ cd onex

First of all change the permission of the cloned file by running the following command.

mk007@linuxlia:/OneX $ sudo chmod +x onex
mk007@linuxlia:/OneX $ sudo chmod +x install

Now install the necessary packages of OneX by running the below command

mk007@linuxlia:/OneX $ sudo ./install

Install Pentesting Tools:

Now install the Pentesting tools via OneX. First of all check the available tools using the following command,

mk007@linuxlia:~$ sudo onex -l

Format for downloading Pentesting tool

mk007@linuxlia:~$ sudo onex -i 'Tool Name'

After the successful installation of Pentesting tools. Learn something about Penetration Testing.

Conclusion:

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