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Kali Linux 2020.2 Release

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Despite the turmoil in the world, we are thrilled to be bringing you an awesome update with Kali Linux 2020.2! And it is available for immediate download.

With XFCE and GNOME having had a Kali Linux look and feel update, it’s time to go back to our roots (days of backtrack-linux) and give some love and attention to KDE Plasma. Introducing our dark and light themes for KDE Plasma...

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Also: Kali Linux 2020.2 Released with GNOME 3.36, Dark and Light Themes for KDE Plasma

Kali Linux 2020.2 Released: Here’s What’s New For Ethical Hacker

  • Kali Linux 2020.2 Released: Here’s What’s New For Ethical Hackers

    After its first release in 2020, Kali Linux has finally arrived with its second release v2020.2. The new version does not include a major feature like non-root user policy, instead, it mainly focuses on refreshing and improving desktop environments, icons, installer, Kali NetHunter. So, let’s dive in to find out more about the latest Kali Linux 2020.2.

Kali Linux 2020.2: New look, new packages, new installer options

Kali Linux 2020.2 Released, Download Now!!!

  • Kali Linux 2020.2 Released, Download Now!!!

    Offensive Security recently announced its second release of 2020, Kali Linux 2020.2 with infrastructure improvements, PowerShell by Default, changes with login, and other features.

    For those unaware, Kali Linux is one of the best Linux distros for hackers, pen-tester, and security researchers because most of the hacking tools that are available online are built-in this Linux Distro. The previous version of Kali Linux 2020.1 was released in January 2020.

Kali Linux 2020.2 Released – Download DVD ISO Images

  • Kali Linux 2020.2 Released – Download DVD ISO Images

    Kali Linux (formerly known as BackTrack Linux) announced the release of Kali Linux Version 2020.2 on May 12th, 2020. Kali Linux is a Debian based distribution specially focused on penetration testing and digital forensics use.

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    The GNOME desktop environment has also been updated to its latest version – GNOME 3.36. The KDE Plasma and XFCE environments have also received a polished look.

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    The new Kali 2020.2 gets rid of the ‘kali-linux-everything’ option from the installer. This resolves the issue that was present in the earlier version (Kali 2020.1) where users had to select “everything” which took much longer to retrieve very large meta-packages.

    Now, every desktop environment and Kali-Linux-large meta-packages are cached in the ISO image and users get to select what they need to install.

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