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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.
  
== Setup ==
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== Setting up as an Unofficial User Repository ==
  
Add this to your {{ic|/etc/pacman.conf}} file:
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**Note:** On 22/01/2014, we switched to a more robust package signing system.
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Existing users must follow the new install instructions.
  
    [blackarch]
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Please see the setup instructions here: http://blackarch.org/download.html
    <nowiki>Server = http://blackarch.org/blackarch/$repo/os/$arch</nowiki>
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For package signing, pull in and sign the package signing keys:
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== Live ISO ==
  
    # pacman-key -r 4345771566D76038C7FEB43863EC0ADBEA87E4E3
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BlackArch also provides multiple live ISOs. You can download them here: http://blackarch.org/download.html#iso
    # pacman-key --lsign-key 4345771566D76038C7FEB43863EC0ADBEA87E4E3
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Now run
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    # pacman -Syyu
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== Installing Packages ==
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You may now install tools from the BlackArch repository. To list all of the available tools, run
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    $ pacman -Sl blackarch
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To install all of the tools, run
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    # pacman -S blackarch
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To install a category of tools, run
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    # pacman -S blackarch-<category>
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To see the BlackArch categories, run
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    $ pacman -Sg | grep blackarch
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== Contact Information ==
 
== Contact Information ==

Revision as of 16:32, 23 January 2014

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.

Setting up as an Unofficial User Repository

    • Note:** On 22/01/2014, we switched to a more robust package signing system.

Existing users must follow the new install instructions.

Please see the setup instructions here: http://blackarch.org/download.html

Live ISO

BlackArch also provides multiple live ISOs. You can download them here: http://blackarch.org/download.html#iso

Contact Information

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