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Parrot Security OS for Pentesting and Computer Forensics

Parrot Security OS is a security oriented operating system designed for Pentesting, Computer Forensic, Reverse engineering, Hacking, Cloud pentesting, privacy/anonimity and cryptography. Based on Debian and developed by Frozenbox network.

Parrot is designed for everyone, from the Pro pentester to the newbie, because it provides the most professional tools combined in a easy to use, fast and lightweight pentesting environment, and it can be used also for an everyday use.

Features

  • updated pentesting tools
  • great for forensic analysis
  • custom hardened 3.16 kernel
  • MATE interface with custom themes, wallpapers and icons
  • fast lightweight system designed also for old computers
  • PenMode + AirMode
  • AnonSurf functionality (tor & i2p)
  • pandora’s box ram cleaner at shutdown
  • encrypted installation
  • cryptocurrency friendly
  • all the necessary for programming out of the box
  • cloud compatible



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