Difference between revisions of "BlackArch"

From ArchWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 3: Line 3:
  
 
The toolset is distributed as an Arch Linux unofficial user repository so you can install BlackArch Linux on top of an existing Arch Linux installation.
 
The toolset is distributed as an Arch Linux unofficial user repository so you can install BlackArch Linux on top of an existing Arch Linux installation.
 +
 +
== Installation ==
  
 
To install BlackArch, add this to your <code>/etc/pacman.conf</code> file:
 
To install BlackArch, add this to your <code>/etc/pacman.conf</code> file:
Line 9: Line 11:
 
     SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
 
     SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
 
     <nowiki>Server = http://www.blackarch.org/pub/blackarch/$arch</nowiki>
 
     <nowiki>Server = http://www.blackarch.org/pub/blackarch/$arch</nowiki>
 +
 +
and run
 +
 +
    pacman -Sy
 +
 +
You may now install tools from the BlackArch repository. To see all of the available tools, run
 +
 +
    pacman -Sgg | grep blackarch
 +
 +
To install all of the tools, run
 +
 +
    pacman -S blackarch
 +
 +
To install a category of tools, run
 +
 +
    pacman -S blackarch-<category>
 +
 +
To see the BlackArch categories, run
 +
 +
    pacman -Sg | grep blackarch
  
 
== Contact Information ==
 
== Contact Information ==

Revision as of 02:15, 21 October 2013

BlackArch is an unofficial project that aims to enable both security professionals and newcomers to learn and use security and hacking tools within Arch Linux.

The toolset is distributed as an Arch Linux unofficial user repository so you can install BlackArch Linux on top of an existing Arch Linux installation.

Installation

To install BlackArch, add this to your /etc/pacman.conf file:

   [blackarch]
   SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
   Server = http://www.blackarch.org/pub/blackarch/$arch

and run

   pacman -Sy

You may now install tools from the BlackArch repository. To see all of the available tools, run

   pacman -Sgg | grep blackarch

To install all of the tools, run

   pacman -S blackarch

To install a category of tools, run

   pacman -S blackarch-<category>

To see the BlackArch categories, run

   pacman -Sg | grep blackarch

Contact Information

Here is a summary of the best places to learn more, communicate, and get involved:

  • Website: Information & Blog Posts
  • Wiki Page: Wiki
  • @BlackArchLinux on Twitter: Announcements
  • Github Code Repository
    • If you're on Twitter, you can follow us to show support, ask questions.
  • IRC: #blackarch on Genscripts (irc.genscripts.net): Support