Parrot 4.0 Ethical Hacking OS Debuts with MD Raid Support, Stable Sandboxed Apps

Powered by the latest Linux 4.16 kernel series, Parrot 4.0 is a major release of the GNU/Linux distribution designed for ethical hacking and penetration testing operations. It’s the first to introduce stable, reliable support for sandboxed applications as an extra layer of security, and official Netinstall and Docker images. Parrot 4.0 is also the first release of the ethical hacking operating system to ship with MD RAID support enabled by default. This helps those who use Parrot for forensics analysis to open software raids when reading disk drives in a server environment, as well as to allow the installation of Parrot in a software raid, for better reliability.