BlackManjaro -- Manjaro Linux for Penetration Testing

BlackManjaro – Manjaro Linux for Penetration Testing.

Based on Manjaro Xfce Version

Features:

  • Added Blackarch Repository
  • Pre-installed some Penetration Testing Tools in Blackarch slim iso
  • Other Tools in Blackarch Repository can be installed with Package Manager.

Github: GitHub - wiwyil2tr/blackmanjaro: BlackManjaro -- Manjaro Linux for Penetration Testing.

Download Link: Link (Extract Code:hWWb)
Alternate Link: Link
Google Drive: Link

Click to watch Installation Video


pre-installed Pentesting Tools

aircrack-ng
amass
arp-scan
aquatone
binwalk
bulk-extractor
bully
burpsuite
cewl
chaos-client
chntpw
commix
crackmapexec
creddump
crunch
davtest
dbd
dirb
dirbuster
dmitry
dns2tcp
dnschef
dnsenum
dnsrecon
dnsx
enum4linux
exiv2
exploitdb
faradaysec
fern-wifi-cracker
ffuf
fierce
findomain
fping
gobuster
guymager
hashcat
hashcat-utils
hashdeep
hashid
hash-identifier
hping
hotpatch
httpx
hydra
ike-scan
inetsim
iodine
john
kismet
laudanum
lbd
legion
lulzbuster
macchanger
magicrescue
maltego
maskprocessor
massdns
masscan
metasploit
msfdb
mimikatz
mitmproxy
multimac
nbtscan
ncrack
netdiscover
netmask
netsed
netsniff-ng
ngrep
nikto
nmap
nuclei
nuclei-templates
onesixtyone
openbsd-netcat
ophcrack
patator
pdfid
pdf-parser
pipal
pixiewps
powersploit
proxychains-ng
proxytunnel
proxify
pth-toolkit
ptunnel
pwnat
radare2
reaver
rebind
recon-ng
redsocks
responder
rsmangler
sakis3g
samdump2
sbd
scalpel
scrounge-ntfs
seclists
set
skipfish
sleuthkit
smbmap
snmpcheck
socat
sploitctl
spiderfoot
spooftooph
sqlmap
ssldump
sslscan
sslsplit
sslyze
statsprocessor
stunnel
subfinder
swaks
tcpdump
tcpick
tcpreplay
thc-ipv6
thc-pptp-bruter
torctl
theharvester
udptunnel
unix-privesc-check
voiphopper
wafw00f
wce
webshells
weevely
wfuzz
whatweb
whois
wifite
windows-binaries
winexe
wireshark-qt
wordlistctl
wpscan
zaproxy
zdns
zgrab2
zmap

Told you @linux-aarhus :joy_cat:

@wiwyil2tr

I have been thinking of this for years but the fact that the blackarch community acknowledge the blackarch packing being less desirable :slight_smile: I have been weary.

WARNING Installing the full ISO is highly discouraged, you will probably encounter many errors and conflicts while trying to update or even installing it.

I have found another repo - https://archstrike.org - which in my opinion is better structured and most importantly maintained according to Arch package standards

I am using blackarch repository and tools in my manjaro system and i did encounter a conflict.
I have to remove anbox before installing some blackarch tools because "package libcpufeatures-git and libvolk are in conflict. "

╰─ sudo pacman -S anbox-git                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ─╯
Sync Explicit (1): anbox-git-1:1366.ddf4c57-2
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...
:: libcpufeatures-git and libvolk are in conflict. Remove libvolk? [y/N] y
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: removing libvolk breaks dependency 'libvolk' required by gnuradio
:: removing libvolk breaks dependency 'libvolk' required by gnuradio-osmosdr
:: removing libvolk breaks dependency 'libvolk' required by gqrx
error: could not set install reason for package anbox-git (could not find or read package)
 -> error installing repo packages

i haven’t tried Archstrike yet

I purposely installed EVERY SINGLE TOOL, just because i was told not to. I wanted to thoroughly abuse my install as much as humanly possible and I just cant get it to die. Every once in a while, I get an issue. Well, a quick google search and a few commands later, it’s back to being just as good as the day I installed manjaro without them. You 100% can install them with very little issues. I also don’t think archstrike is working anymore, just an FYI. Blackarch and AUR are pretty much all we have for pentesting repo’s in an arch based distribution.

Edit: Just don’t use that sketchy a** link in the OP. It’s not even for git-hub :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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I created [root tip] [Utility Script] Encrypted Manjaro Linux using Secure Boot just to prove it possible :grin: