Parrot security has announced the release of Parrot Security OS 4.10, which makes the distribution more reliable and more secure.
The Parrot Security Operating System is a Penetration Testing & Forensics Distro dedicated to Ethical Hackers & Cyber Security Professionals. It was initially released in June 2013, developed by FrozenBox.
The new update with parrot 4.10 brings AnonSurf 3.0, Linux 5.7, Metasploit 6.0, and official support for XFCE Desktop Environment.
What’s New in Parrot Security OS 4.10
The new version includes AnonSurf 3.0 tool that is available with a graphical user interface alongside the CLI. The GTK app helps to monitor Tor status, view traffic, logs, and perform actions such as start, stop, and reload.
“Anonsurf also ships with some utilities, like a CLI interface: the old famous anonsurf command, which is now an interface for the daemon instead of a standalone tool,” reads the blog post.
The GUI version of the AnonSurf written in NIM, which is a blazing fast programming language very easy to write and read.
The new version of the Parrot OS now comes with Linux 5.7 and some of the important changes with the Linux kernel version.
“The development of Metasploit 6 has finally started, and it ships a lot of awesome features that were missing from the previous versions,” reads the blog post.
Parrot 4.10 now includes Greenbone Security Manager 11 & OpenVAS 7 and bug with KDE Konsole bug has been fixed with the new version.
You can update the existing system via APT using one of the following commands:
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade
You can Download the Parrot Security OS 4.10 here.
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