CIFS now uses SMB 3.0 by defaultAccording to Kali Linux release announcement the said
EXT4 directories can now contain 2 billion entries instead of the old 10 million limit
TLS support is now built into the kernel itself
In addition to the new kernel and all of the updates and fixes we pull from Debian, we have also updated our packages for Reaver, PixieWPS, Burp Suite, Cuckoo, The Social Engineering Toolkit, and more.....Since our last release in September, we’ve added four new tools to the distribution, most of which focus on the always-lucrative open source information gathering. These new tools are not included in the default installation but after an ‘apt update’, you can check out and install the ones that interest you.The new tools are
InSpy: It is a small but useful utility that performs enumeration on LinkedIn and can find people based on job title, company, or email address.
CherryTree: The oft-requested CherryTree has now been added to Kali for all of your note-taking needs. CherryTree is very easy to use and will be familiar to you if you’ve used any of the “big-name” note organization applications.
Sublist3r: It is a great application that enables you to enumerate subdomains across multiple sources at once. It has integrated the venerable SubBrute, allowing you to also brute force subdomains using a wordlist.
OSRFramework: Another excellent OSINT tool that has been added to the repos is OSRFramework, a collection of scripts that can enumerate users, domains, and more across over 200 separate services.
|Massive Maltego Metamorphosis on kali linux|
Massive Maltego Metamorphosis: The powerful open-source information gathering tool Maltego and Casefile are now combined into one amalgamated application that still allows to run Maltego Community Edition and Casefile.
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