Okay, So I am new to UBUNTU, and have little experience with Kali and Backtrack! so I wanted to install ALL the Kali Linux tools in UBUNTU, not one by one, or just transform the Kali Linux into Ubuntu does anyone have the answer, I couldn't find any related questions asked before :\

if u don't know about all the tools, so no problem But I need these tools :D :

  1. AirCrack

  2. Burp Suite

  3. Hydra

  4. John the Ripper

  5. Maltego

  6. Metasploit Framework

  7. Armitage

  8. Zed Attack Proxy

  9. Sqlmap

  10. Wireshark

  11. address6

  12. Deblaze

  13. Tnscmd10g

  14. BBQSQL

  15. Blueranger

  16. Lynis

  17. DotDotPwn

  18. Netgear-telnetable

  19. Terminator

  20. Htexploit

  21. Jboss-autopwn

  22. Websploit

  23. Bluepot

  24. Spooftooph

  25. Smartphone-Pentest-Framework

  26. Fern-Wifi-cracker

  27. Wi-fihoney

  28. Wifite

  29. Creddump

  30. Johnny

  31. Manglefizz

  32. Ophcrack

  33. Phrasendresher

  34. Rainbowcrack



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  • Okay, so can anyone tell me why is it rated negatively?? – Yelmaaz Apr 23 '14 at 15:43
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    Why can't you simply install them all using apt-get? You seem to know all the names, so where's the problem? – darnir Apr 23 '14 at 16:03
  • "How to install Kali Linux tools on Ubuntu with this easy script" - techrepublic.com/article/… – user8779 Feb 17 '17 at 21:42

Why not just install Kali? Some of these tools are kind of a hassle to set up (especially Metasploit), that's why Kali was created.

If you don't want to give up your current Ubuntu install, you can create a virtual machine using tools like VirtualBox

  • If you find this an acceptable answer to your question, please flag it as an Accepted Answer. – mtak Apr 24 '14 at 10:27

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