Parrot 5.2 released: security-oriented operating system
Parrot is a security-oriented operating system, which is designed for infiltration testing, computer forensics, reverse engineering, attack, cloud penetration testing, privacy / anonymous, password, and other occasions. The release is based on Debian, which features the MATE desktop environment and was developed by the Frozen box network.
The team announces the release of Parrot 5.2, a security-oriented operating system designed for penetration testing, computer forensics, reverse engineering, attacks, cloud penetration testing, privacy/anonymity, passwords, and more. The distribution is based on Debian, which features the MATE desktop environment and was developed by the Frozen box network.
The Calamares installer received several important updates to fix common installation issues.
The Linux kernel was updated to version 6.0
Several security updates were included to fix important bugs to Firefox, Chromium, sudo, dbus, nginx, libssl, openjdk and xorg.
Anonsurf, our popular anonymity tool, now includes better support to TOR bridges.
Wireless drivers for several Broadcom and Realtek cards not supported by debian received a major upgrade to include support for the 6.x Linux kernel, along with Virtualbox and Nvidia drivers
Pipewire, the popular pulseaudio alternative, fixed several stability bugs with a new version backported from Debian backports
The Raspberry Pi images received important updates to improve system performance and fix the audio drivers
The HackTheBox edition received minor graphical updates.
You can upgrade an existing system via APT using one of the following commands:
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade