Parrot Security 3.3 Ethical Hacking Operating System With Plenty of New Hacking Tools Released
If you are a hacker, pentester, or a security researcher, this news should interest you. The best Linux OS after Kali, Parrot Security 3.3 was released yesterday. The hacking distro was under top secret development according to the developers and features new tools as well as many bug fixes. This Debian-based Parrot Security 3.3 GNU/Linux distribution is designed especially for ethical hackers and security researchers.
“We are sorry for all the silence behind our development process of these days, but we were secretly working on 2 main projects,” the announcement says. The blog post also mentions the upcoming Parrot 3.4 release being under development.
- include Linux 4.8 kernel
- fix touchpad/multitouch support
- fix mismatching kernel installer
- update anon surf
- fix minor MATE bugs
- include GCC 6.2
- update Metasploit-framework 4.13
- switch to PHP 7
- upgrade most of the tools to their latest version
Parrot Security OS 3.3 has the updated Linux kernel from 4.7 to 4.8 which brings better hardware and driver support to your PC/laptop. It also marks a switch to PHP 7 and GCC 6.2. Other updated features in Parrot Security OS 3.3 include updated Metasploit-framework 4.13 and anonsurf.
The update also brings better touchpad/multitouch support, mismatching kernel installer, and minor MATE bugs.
Parrot Security OS 3.3 download:
You can download Parrot Security OS 3.3 Full Edition from the developers this download page. Those wishing to try out Parrot Security OS 3.3 for the first time can try out a lighter version called Parrot Security Lite Edition in addition to Cloud Edition, Embedded Devices and IoT Edition, etc.