Coming more than four months after version 4.6, the Parrot 4.7 release is here with up-to-date penetration testing and ethical hacking tools for security researchers and everyone else how wants to get started with security releated tasks. Powered by the Linux 5.2 kernel, Parrot 4.7 introduces a new sandbox behavior to make it easier to use sandboxed apps. Also new in the Parrot 4.7 release is a revamped penetration testing menu structure that makes it easier to access your favorite pentesting tools in a logical hierarchical structure, along with new tools for pentesters. More pentesting apps are available in the official software repositories and even more are coming in the next weeks and months.
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