Commit f859f260 authored by Dario's avatar Dario
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After the installation you have a complete out of the box pentesting workstation loaded with a big variety of tools ready to use.
Highly reccomended for Desktops and Laptops with at least 4GB of RAM, in order to have a smooth experience while multitasking.
[Download](https://parrotsec.org/security-edition/)
## Parrot 4.x Home Edition (x86_64) : ##
This version of Parrot is aimed for a lightweight installation which provides the essential tools to start working.
It relays on the same repositories as the Full Edition, letting you choose most of the programs you want to install later on.
Reccomended for those users who are familiar with Pentesting Distros and need to create a minimal one.
[Download](https://parrotsec.org/home-edition/)
## Parrot 4.x Home OVA ##
Purposed for a quick VM setup, this version is intended to work on your favorite virtualization software. It has the same features from the Desktop Home Edition.
[Download](https://download.parrot.sh/parrot/iso/4.11.1/Parrot-home-4.11.1_virtual.ova.mirrorlist)
## Parrot 4.x Cloud Edition (x86 and x86_64) : ##
Forget all you know about pentesting circumstances, carrying a laptop everywhere you go to accomplish your job is not mandatory anymore.
You can now have a remote VPS loaded with ParrotOS ready to perform all sort of tasks from an embedded terminal, with discretion.
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There are two options:
Download the iso and installing it on your own machine;
<!-- //or// *DISABLED BECAUSE IT'S NOT AVAILABLE*
Rent a ready to use VPS with Parrot Cloud installed.
More about specs and price list [[https://dasaweb.net/cart.php?gid=18|here.]] -->
[Download](https://parrotsec.org/virtual/)
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## Default username and password ##
In the Parrot OS live environment the default username is **user** and the default password is **toor**.
In the Parrot OS live environment
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the **default username** is `user` AND the **default password** is `toor`
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## Parrot Live Install Procedure ##
Plug your USB stick into your USB port and launch [Balena Etcher](https:https://www.balena.io/etcher/).
Plug your USB stick into your USB port and launch [Balena Etcher](https://www.balena.io/etcher/).
Select the Parrot ISO file and verify that the USB drive you are going to overwrite is the right one.
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## How to boot ##
If you don't know how to boot with your new bootable device follow this guide -> [[How to boot]]
If you don't know how to boot with your new bootable device follow this guide -> [How to boot](<./06.- How to boot.html>)
## Persistence ##
You can find some guidelines about how to create a live device with Persistence here -> [[Parrot USB Live Persistence]]
You can find some guidelines about how to create a live device with Persistence here -> [Parrot USB Live Persistence](<./07.- Parrot USB Live Persistence.html>)
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has to contain a ''persistence.conf'' file containing the following text: ''/ union''
but let's go further
**but let's go further**
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## First Step ##
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Once you’ve downloaded your Parrot ISO file, you can use dd to copy it over to your USB stick as follows:
WARNING. Although the process of imaging Parrot on a USB stick is quite easy,
**WARNING**. Although the process of imaging Parrot on a USB stick is quite easy,
we recommend you go through it only once you’ve mastered each and every step of the process:
a simple mistake in the “dd” procedure can result in the destruction of arbitrary partitions. You’ve been warned.
Plug your USB device into your Linux computer’s USB port.
Check the device path of your USB storage with ''dmesg'' or with ''ls /dev | grep sd''.
1. Plug your USB device into your Linux computer’s USB port.
Carefully proceed with the imaging of the Parrot ISO file on the USB device:
2. Check the device path of your USB storage with `dmesg` or with `ls /dev | grep sd`.
''dd if=Parrot.iso of=/dev/sdb''
3. Carefully proceed with the imaging of the Parrot ISO file on the USB device: `dd if=Parrot.iso of=/dev/sdb`
wait until the process ends.
4. Wait until the process ends.
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## Second Step ##
### With Gparted ###
Open Gparted and select the pendrive device
You will find a first unrecognized partition followed by an empty space
5. Open Gparted and select the pendrive device. You will find a first unrecognized partition followed by an empty space.
Create a new ext4 partition in the following empty space, it has to be as great as the persistence space you want to give to your Parrot USB drive.
6. Create a new ext4 partition in the following empty space, it has to be as great as the persistence space you want to give to your Parrot USB drive.
Give this new partition the label "persistence"
7. Give this new partition the label "persistence"
Confirm and wait everything is done
8. Confirm and wait everything is done
Then mount the persistence partiton and create the persistence.conf file in it
9. Then mount the persistence partiton and create the persistence.conf file in it
Open the file with a simple text editor, type / union and save the file.
10. Open the file with a simple text editor, type `/` union and save the file.
It's done, now your Parrot USB drive can boot with persistence if you boot it using the persistence label in the boot menu.
It's **done**, now your Parrot USB drive can boot with persistence if you boot it using the persistence label in the boot menu.
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