Offensive Security he said today the release of the second rolling version of 2019 for the penetration testing operating system, Kali Linux.
Kali Linux 2019.3 brings the latest and greatest penetration testing tools, as well as a new database synchronized with the repositories of the trial version of the operating system Debian GNU / Linux.
Kali Linux 2019.3 distribution provides, in addition to the latest toolkits and functional and completely new security feature.
The new version, Kali Linux 2019.2, comes with the kernel 5.2.9, and GNOME 3.30.2.
The new Kali Linux 2019.3 brings updated packages for many applications but also many fixes and additions for ARM devices:
For ARM devices this release, we have added support for the Pinebook as well as the Gateworks Ventana machines.
The Raspberry Pi kernel has been bumped to version 4.19.66, which includes support for all of the RAM on 64-bit versions of the Raspberry Pi 4.
The Raspberry Pi Zero W has seen improvements as well. Bluetooth firmware that was accidentally dropped has been added back in, and the rc.local file has been fixed to properly stop dmesg spam from showing up on the first console.
All of the Raspberry Pi images have had their /boot partition increased, which is required due to the size of the new kernel packages
More information about updates, fixes, and additions, on the official page Kali Bug Tracker Changelog.
Additional details about the 2019.3 version of Kali Linux can be found in the announcement new version
Offensive Security: Download the ISO you are interested in (for more options visit the official website)
- kali-linux-2019.3-amd64.iso (2,897MB)
- kali-linux-large-2019.3-amd64.iso (3,542MB)
- kali-linux-light-2019.3-amd64.iso (1,044MB)