Commit 2b85ae31 authored by Dario's avatar Dario
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Updated VMware installation guide

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Enter Parrot Security as the name. You’ll see Type and set this to Linux, and then the Version to Other Linux (64-bit) and if your using (32-bit) choose it.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/1.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/1.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 1.b: Allocate Memory/RAM ###
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Choose the setting best for your machine and click next.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/2.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/2.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 2: Create a Virtual Hard Drive ###
In this screen select **Create a virtual hard disk now***2nd option* and click Create.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/3.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/3.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 2.a: Select Virtual Drive File type ###
On the next screen select **VDI****VirtualBox Disk Image** as your Hard Drive File Type.'\\ Click Next.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/4.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/4.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 2.b: Select Physical hard drive allocation type ###
Select **Dynamically Allocated** and click Next on Storage on Physical hard drive screen.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/5.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/5.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 2.c: Allocate disk size ###
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Choose which fits your needs and click Next.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/6.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/6.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 3: Modify VirtualBox settings ###
So far, we’ve done the followings, checklist for you:
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in case you’re using 32-bit you can change those options here:
<img src="./images/vbox_images/7.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/7.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 3.a: Select type of OS ###
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If you’re using a 32-bit ISO, select Other Linux (32-bit) as your version.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/8.png" width="75%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/8.png" width="75%"/>
### Step 3.b: Enable shared Clipboard and Drag’n’Drop feature ###
Select *General > Advanced TAB* and change Shared Clipboard and Drag n’Drop to Bidirectional. This will allow you to copy paste files from your HOST machine on the fly.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/9.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/9.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 3.c: Update Virtual Motherboard options ###
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You get the idea, just multiply 1024 with the amount of Memory/RAM you want and put the value in here.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/10.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/10.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 3.d: Select number of Processors and enable PAE/NX ###
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If you got more than 1 Monitor, you can change your settings here too.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/11.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/11.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 4: Loading Parrot Security ISO ###
Select **Storage > Controller: IDE** and highlight Empty CD icon. Now on your right, you should be able to use the little CD icon (it should be CD/DVD Drive: IDE Secondary Master already, if not change it) and select your downloaded ISO.
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<img src="./images/vbox_images/14.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/14.png" width="85%"/>
Once you select your downloaded ISO (in my case, it’s Parrot Security 4.11 ISO). See the properties and information’s changes accordingly.
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If your computer is connection to internet, select NAT on *Network > Adapter 1*. You can enable more network adapters if you feel you want to do so.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/12.png" width="80%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/12.png" width="80%"/>
### Step 4.b: Enable USB 2.0 and 3.0 Controllers ###
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It will also enable VirtualBox Remote Desktop Protocol (VRDP) support, Host webcam passthrough support.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/13.png" width="80%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/13.png" width="80%"/>
### Step 4.c: Compare settings with mine ###
At this point your screen should be somewhat similar to mine. I’ve mentioned the important parts, if something didn’t match you can go back and enable disable those settings.
Note that, for 32-bit users, it will be slightly different.
<img src="./images/vbox_images/15.png" width="85%"/>
<img src="./images/vbox/15.png" width="85%"/>
### Step 5: Booting Parrot Security ISO ###
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If you already have windows installed, then follow the next of instructions.
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### Windows Already Installed ###
If you already have Windows installed, that’s fine. If not, be sure to install Windows first, before you install Parrot Security system. If you install Parrot Security second, it can set up its boot loader properly to happily co-exist with Windows. if you install Windows second, it will ignore Parrot Security, and you’ll have to go through some trouble to get your Parrot Security GRUB boot loader working again.
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To do so, open the Disk Management utility — press Windows Key + R, type diskmgmt.msc into the Run dialog, and press Enter. Right-click the Windows system partition — that’s likely your C:\ drive — and select “Shrink Volume.” Shrink it to free up space for your new Parrot Security system.
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To do so, open the Disk Management utility — press Windows Key + R, type *diskmgmt.msc* into the Run dialog, and press Enter. Right-click the Windows system partition — that’s likely your C:\ drive — and select “Shrink Volume.” Shrink it to free up space for your new Parrot Security system.
If you’re using BitLocker encryption on Windows, you won’t be able to resize the partition. Instead, you’ll need to open the Control Panel, access the BitLocker settings page, and click the “Suspend protection” link to the right of the encrypted partition you want to resize.
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### Create Bootable USB/DVD ###
Next, make installation media for your Parrot Security system. You can download the ISO file from the [Parrot website](https://www.parrotsec.org/download) and burn it to a disk or create a bootable USB drive. Reboot your computer and it should automatically boot from the installation media you’ve inserted. If not, you’ll need to change its boot order or use the UEFI boot menu to boot from a device.
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# Installing VMware Workstation Pro on Parrot Security #
# Installing VMware Workstation on Parrot Security #
Here is a short tutorial on how to install VMware Workstation Pro on Parrot Security.
If your wondering what VMware Workstation Pro is and it's function you can visit the site [VMware](https://www.vmware.com) and research it.
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**Step 1**
[Download VMware Workstation Pro](http://www.vmware.com/products/workstation/workstation-evaluation.html)
[Download VMware Workstation Pro](https://www.vmware.com/go/getworkstation-linux)
**Step 2**
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While your downloading VMware Workstation Pro open a terminal and make sure you install the latest version of GCC with
`sudo apt install gcc` and you should see the info on the terminal below read like so.
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<img src="./images/vmware/1.png" width="70%"/>
**Step 3**
Next open a terminal and cd in to the folder where you downloaded your new copy of Vmware Workstation Pro. After doing so we need to make the file executable to install, so make sure your root in your terminal.
Next open a terminal and `cd` in to the folder where you downloaded your new copy of Vmware Workstation Pro. After doing so we need to make the file executable to install, so make sure your root in your terminal.
<img src="./images/vmware/2.png" width="70%"/>
**Step 4**
Type `chmod +x VMware` ( file name and extension) and click enter. It should like the image below.
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Type `sudo chmod +x VMware-(file version and extension)` and click enter. It should like the image below.
<img src="./images/vmware/3.png" width="70%"/>
**Step 6**
Now in the image below, you can see to install you must type `./VMware (file name ).bundle` and press enter and start up will resume.
Now, in the image below, you can see that you must type `./VMware-(file version).bundle` to install VMware, then press enter and the instalation process will begin.
It will ask you for a serial number. There are sites that have serials available that you can use and they are easy to find.
*Important*: you will need to add the license key, otherwise you will only be able to use the Pro version for 30 days.
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<img src="./images/vmware/4.png" width="70%"/>
**Step 7**
Finally, at the end of installation click on the Parrot Security application menu navigate to system tools and you should see **VMware Workstation Pro** in your menu (or open a terminal and write `vmware`).
Finally, at the end of installation click on the Parrot Security application menu navigate to system tools and you should see
**VMware Workstation Pro** in your menu. After seeing it click on it. After it opens your going to see a box open up with an error shown below. After seeing this error, click on browse and then click file system, then click on USR and finally click on BIN and locate the file of gcc and select it. After selecting it, then click on install and your done installing VMware Workstation Pro on Parrot Security.
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<img src="./images/vmware/5.png"/>
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* **Mouse pointer integration**
* Pressing the Host key is no longer required to "free" the mouse from being captured by the guest OS.
* **Shared folders**
* Shared folders between Host and Parrot.
* **Better video support**
* While the virtual graphics card which VirtualBox emulates for any guest operating system provides all the basic features, the custom video drivers that are installed with the Guest Additions provide you with extra high and non-standard video modes as well as accelerated video performance. \\ __(Generally used for changing monitor resolution)__
* While the virtual graphics card which VirtualBox emulates for any guest operating system provides all the basic features, the custom video drivers that are installed with the Guest Additions provide you with extra high and non-standard video modes as well as accelerated video performance.
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__(Generally used for changing monitor resolution)__
* **Seamless windows**
* With this feature, the individual windows that are displayed on the desktop of the virtual machine can be mapped on the host's desktop, as if the underlying application was actually running on the host.
* **Generic host/guest communication channels**
* The Guest Additions enable you to control and monitor guest execution in ways other than those mentioned above. The so-called "guest properties" provide a generic string-based mechanism to exchange data bits between a guest and a host, some of which have special meanings for controlling and monitoring the guest.
* **Time synchronization**
* Synchronize date and time from host to Parrot.
* **Shared clipboard**
* Shared clipboard from host to Parrot.
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- [What version to choose](<./03.- What version to choose.md>)
- [What is Live Mode](<./04.- What is Live Mode.md>)
- [How to create a Live boot device](<./05.- How to create a Live boot device.md>)
- [How to boot](<./06.- How to boot.md>)
- [Parrot USB Live Persistence](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.md>)
- [How to boot](<./06.- How to boot.md>)
- [Parrot USB Live Persistence](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.md>)
- [Parrot in a Virtual Machine]()
- [Install in a Virtual Machine](<./08.- Install in a Virtual Machine.md>)
- [Virtualbox Guest Additions](<./15.- Virtualbox Guest Additions.md>)
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