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In terms of a Linux distribution for a Linux penetration tester, many will use Ubuntu because it's affordable, it's easy to use and to setup, and it's distributed by default (in many cases the Ubuntu official documentation is freely available). For a non-technical person, it's not a bad option and it's one of the most common Linux choices. But for a Linux penetration tester, Ubuntu may not be the best distribution because it does not include a variety of penetration testing tools. Failing to include them can be very counterproductive; after all, these tools help to build the system. If an Ubuntu variant is used, then other Linux distributions should be included for varied application penetration, such as Kali or Backtrack. It's also important to include any tools that might aid in analyzing the operating system on the host.




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A pen tester may be able to employ brute-force techniques in order to crack passwords and other encryption keys, but sometimes it helps to have an extra tool such as Hashcat. For passwords specifically, Hashcat has three modes: memory, streaming, and opencl, so it's important to select the one most appropriate to the targeted server, while selecting the appropriate algorithm. Hashcat can also be used in conjunction with many tools such as nmap or sqlmap.


This is a good tool for the penetration tester to use since it implements many different algorithms within the application. There are several command-line options available, but the best one that I would recommend would be the C (a decimal crc lookup) mode of Hashcat. Hashcat is not limited to cracking passwords. There are other, more interesting features.


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