The ArchStrike developers have announced that their Arch Linux-based operating system designed for ethical hackers now has official installation mediums as ISO images.
For those not familiar with all this, ArchStrike was previously known as ArchAssault, of course, still based on the renowned, lightweight and highly customizable Arch Linux distribution. However, the goal of the project is to be a security layer to Arch Linux, offering a collection of over 1,200 security-oriented tools to ethical hackers and security researchers.
The ArchStrike 2016.07.21 ISOs are available for download, distributed for 64-bit (x86_64) and 32-bit (i686) hardware architectures, and are the first of their kind, which means that the ArchStrike team could make a habit of releasing monthly updated ISOs with new tools and up-to-date software components.
Under its new umbrella brand, the ArchStrike project is promising users a bleeding-edge penetration testing operating system that is open source and free to use by anyone who wants to test and secure their infrastructure, as well as for anyone else interested in carrying out other pentesting or security auditing operations.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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