Parrot Security OS 4.10 Released a Metasploit 6.0 and Updates for Hacking Tools

After four months, the New version of Parrot OS 4.10 released with their newly released Metasploit 6.0, and not only that, as they also released an update for hacking tools as well. 

Parrot Security OS is a security-oriented OS, that is intended for infiltration experiments, computer forensics, reversed engineering, cyber attack, cloud penetration experiment, and many other events.

This Parrot security release is based on Debian, and this highlights the MATE desktop environment that is produced by the Frozen box network. 

Not only this, but Parrot OS 4.10 has also incorporated all the most advanced updates from upstream sources like new security and bug fixes like BootHole and other enhancement.

What’s new?

Now, the question arises here that what’s new in the Parrot OS 4.10. It has a new version AnonSurf 3.0, and this version boats with three different modules, they are GUI, Daemon, and Utilities.

Parrot OS 4.10

The GUI is composed in NIM, a discharge active and fast programming language, these are very easy to write and read that concentrates in original C code. Moreover, it practices Gintro GTK for the interface, and it has numerous features to let the user control the Anonsurf performance. 

Parrot OS 4.10

It has a feature in which you can start, stop and reload the AnonSurf, and you can effortlessly configure Anonsurf to commence at boot automatically. Apart from this, here we have mentioned all the newly added essence below:-

  • AnonSurf 3.0
  • Linux 5.7
  • Metasploit 6.0
  • Parrot XFCE Edition
  • Greenbone 11
  • OpenVAS 7
  • KDE Konsole bug

Features

The new version of Parrot Security OS 4.10 has various amazing features, but among them, it has three main elements to deal with, and here they are mentioned below:-

  • Secure
  • Free
  • Lightweight

Upgrade old version

Now you might be thinking about how you can upgrade your version? Don’t worry, as Parrot OS is a rolling release distribution, which has an updated flow in the repo.

The version numbers (like 4.8 or 4.9) are just tags that they assign to the contemporary state of the project each time. As the developer of Parrot OS think that there are sufficient updates that are gathered in the repo to require a refresh of the ISO file. 

But all Parrot version outlines a refresh of their ISO files correctly to accumulate all the assembled parts together into something certified and reliable. But you can upgrade a current system through APT utilizing any one of the following commands:-

sudo parrot-upgrade
or
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade 

But, in case if you want to get the full version, then you can download the Parrot OS from its official download page. Not only this, but they also provide official torrent files and set to utilize OVA images for virtual devices.

You can also read Kali Linux vs Parrot OS and the major difference between the world’s best security OS.

BALAJI is an Ex-Security Researcher (Threat Research Labs) at Comodo Cybersecurity. Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder - Cyber Security News & GBHackers On Security.