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Parrot Linux is a community-driven open source project,
and a gateway to spread innovative ideas born inside its community.
 
 
 
## Join Our Community
<a href="https://community.parrotsec.org" class="btn btn-default btn-success"><strong>Join us</strong></a>
<a href="https://community.parrotsec.org" class="btn btn-default btn-success"><strong>Parrot Communty Forum</strong></a>
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## Social Pages
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Or join #parrotsec on irc.freenode.net
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## Groups
Our community lives in several places, here are some links to stay in touch with us
<a href="https://community.parrotsec.org" class="btn btn-default btn-success"><strong>Community Forum</strong></a> <a href="https://t.me/parrotsecgroup" target="_blank" class="btn btn-primary">Telegram International Group</a> <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/parrotsec/" target="_blank" class="btn btn-primary">Facebook International group</a>
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## Events
&nbsp;
Check our <a href="https://blog.parrotsec.org/category/events/" class="btn btn-primary">Events</a> page and meet our team and other community members.
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# Donations
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Economical contribution is fundamental to the Parrot Project, as the number of servers needed to keep the infrastructure operational is constantly growing and is something our Core Developers could not afford without the generous assistance of our community. Together we can continue to do the work that needs to be done!
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Economical contribution is fundamental to Parrot Linux as the amount of servers needed to keep the infrastructure up and running are something our Core Developers could not afford without the generous assistance of our community. Together we can continue to do the work that needs to doing.
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---
title: 'Donate'
taxonomy:
category:
- docs
visible: true
---
# Donations
<<<<<<< HEAD
Economical contribution is fundamental to the Parrot Project, as the number of servers needed to keep the infrastructure operational is constantly growing and is something our Core Developers could not afford without the generous assistance of our community. Together we can continue to do the work that needs to be done!
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Economical contribution is fundamental to Parrot Linux as the amount of servers needed to keep the infrastructure up and running are something our Core Developers could not afford without the generous assistance of our community. Together we can continue to do the work that needs to doing.
>>>>>>> dev
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## Adopt us on Patreon
We are now on Patreon to offer you a new way to contribute to Parrot Linux
Adopt us and support our work!
<html><a href="https://www.patreon.com/parrot" target="_blank" class="btn btn-primary">Donate with Patreon</a></html>
## Paypal
<html>
<a target="_blank" href="https://www.paypal.me/palinuro">
<img src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_donateCC_LG.gif" type="image">
<img src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/it_IT/i/scr/pixel.gif" alt="" width="1" border="0" height="1">
</a>
</html>
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## Bitcoin
Bitcoin Address
BTC: 1NB1xDyiSigYNL5gaNXANvP6bYmHr77N1Q
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## Litecoin
Litecoin Address
LTC: LR5Lxq2M5ijEgLryi6aNd2iFMpxT7pgEKL
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## Ethereum
Ethereum Address
ETH: 0x64A449d5839813024861601720B173f562c8d3F8
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## Gadgets
<html><a href="http://frozenbox.spreadshirt.net/" target="_blank" class="btn btn-primary">Spreadshirt Store</a></html>
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## Referral links
Even if we host most of our infrastructure on bare metal servers, some of our nodes (CDN edge nodes etc) is hosted on famous cloud providers that provide referral programs.
#### Vultr
[Earn $50, give us $25 (limited) - https://www.vultr.com/?ref=7782068-4F](https://www.vultr.com/?ref=7782068-4F)
[Be active for 30+ days, give us $10 - https://www.vultr.com/?ref=7782050](https://www.vultr.com/?ref=7782050)
#### DigitalOcean
[Earn $100, give us $25 - https://m.do.co/c/6be719a80450](https://m.do.co/c/6be719a80450)
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![DD](/img/dd.png)
- [Previous](getting-started/download.md)/[Next](getting-started/how-to-boot.md)
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[__Downloads__](https://www.parrotsec.org/download.php)
[Previous](getting-started/system-requirements.md)/[Next](getting-started/create-boot-device.md)
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Insert the Parrot boot device during the booting step and press the ALT key: keep it pressed until the booting device menu has been displayed.
- [Previous](getting-started/create-boot-device.md)/- [Next](wiki/startpage.md)
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## What is live mode
The live mode is a special boot mode offered by many linux distributions, including Parrot OS, which allows the users to load a fully working linux environment without the need to install it.
This is possible because the system is not loaded onto the system's hard drive, instead it is loaded into memory (Random Access Memory).
Parrot OS offers the ability to install the OS while in a live environment, use all the tools and even create a persistent live environment.
To create a live boot device please read this [page](https://www.parrotsec.org/docs/getting-started/create-boot-device/).
To learn how to boot from the live media read this [page](https://www.parrotsec.org/docs/getting-started/how-to-boot/) instead.
## Default username and password
In Parrot OS live environment the default username is "user" and the default password is "toor".
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# Virtual Machines
## Docker
# Docker
#### Parrotsec/Parrot-core
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```
Install/Update from local Dockerfile
```
git clone https://dev.parrotsec.org/parrot/docker-images && cd docker-images
git clone https://nest.parrotsec.org/parrot-build/docker-images && cd docker-images
docker build -t parrot-core[:version] parrot-core
```
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```
Install/Update from local Dockerfile
```
git clone https://dev.parrotsec.org/parrot/docker-images && cd docker-images
git clone https://nest.parrotsec.org/parrot-build/docker-images && cd docker-images
docker build -t parrot[:version] parrot
```
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```
Install/Update from local Dockerfile
```
git clone https://dev.parrotsec.org/parrot/docker-images && cd docker-images
git clone https://nest.parrotsec.org/parrot-build/docker-images && cd docker-images
docker build -t metasploit[:version] metasploit
```
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Local image from Dockerfile
```
docker run -ti -network host metasploit
```
## Virtual Machines
Under construction.
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## Introduction
- [What is Parrot](intro/what-is-parrot)
- [What is Parrot](intro/what-is-parrot.md)
- [Should I use Parrot?](intro/should-i-use-parrot)
- [What is Debian](intro/what-is-debian.md)
## Getting Started
- [What is Linux](intro/what-is-linux.md)
- [Start here](getting-started/system-requirements.md)
## Getting started
- [Install Parrot](getting-started/install-parrot.md)
[Download Parrot](getting-started/download.md)
[Create a boot device](getting-started/create-boot-device.md)
[What is live mode](getting-started/what-is-live-mode.md)
[How to boot the system](getting-started/how-to-boot.md)
[Run Parrot on Docker](getting-started/parrot-on-docker.md)
# Infrastructure Zone
[CDN Speedtest](https://deb.parrotsec.org/speedtest)
[Parrot network Map](weathermap.md)
[Apt Mirror List](mirror-list.md)
[Make your own Parrot mirror](https://www.parrotsec.org/docs/mirror-list/#make-your-own-mirror)
# Developer zone
[Developer Portal](https://nest.parrotsec.org)
[Developer Documentation](dev/index.md)
[Setup a cross-platform sbuild environment](dev/sbuild.md)
# Side projects
[aenigma federated xmpp server](https://github.com/openspace42/aenigma)
[LibreFiber](https://github.com/openspace42/LibreFibre)
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## Pine64
Under construction
[Wiki Home](wiki/startpage.md)
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12. The installer will now tell that the installation has finished. Remove the media and hit Enter to reboot the machine. It should boot up into the newly installed Parrot system and allow to log in.
### BOOM Done!
[Parrot Wiki](wiki/startpage.md)
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## Parrot Linux is pretty nimble but requires the following as a bare minimum.
### Parrot Home Full install
- x86_64 Processor
- 2 GB of RAM DDR3
- 30 GB of Hard drive space
### Parrot Home
- Dual core x86_64 Processor
- 2 GB of RAM DDR2
- 20 GB of Hard drive space
### Parrot Security Full install
- x86_64 Processor
### Parrot Security
- Dual core x86_64 Processor
- 2 GB of RAM DDR3
- 40 GB of Hard drive space
### Parrot Netinstall
- x86_64 Processor
- 512 MB of RAM DDR3
- 2 GB of Hard drive space
#### Recommended
- x86_64 Processor
- 1 GB of RAM DDR3
- 10 GB of Hard drive space
- x86 Processor
- 512 MB of RAM DDR2
- 4 GB of Hard drive space
- [Next](getting-started/download.md)
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### Recommended hardware
- Quad core x86_64 Processor
- 8 GB of RAM DDR3
- 128 GB SSD
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---
title: 'Should I use Parrot?'
taxonomy:
category:
- docs
visible: true
---
## Why Parrot is different
Even if we, would like everyone to use the Parrot System or, at least, give it a try, there are some important considerations to make about who we expect to use Parrot and who may have a bad experience from it.
First of all, even if Parrot provides general purpose flavors, its core is still tuned for Security and Forensics operations.
In this section we will explain how different is Parrot compared to other general purpose distributions and how different it is from other Pentest and Forensics distributions. Then we will present some categories of people and what kind of experience they may have by using this system.
![macaw-poly](/img/macaw-poly.jpg)
### General purpose distributions
Parrot is different from a general purpose distribution (i.e. Ubuntu) because it does not try in any way to hide its internals.
Meaning that many automation tools are included in the system to make it easier to use, yet expose quite well what the system has under the hood.
A good example is the *parrot update reminder*: it is a simple yet powerful program that prompts the user to check for system upgrades once a week. but instead of hiding the upgrade process behind a progress bar, it shows the user the full upgrade process from the **apt** output.
Another important difference is that Parrot disables by default all the network services pre-installed in the system, not only to maintain a very low RAM footprint and offer better performance, but also to avoid services exposure in a target network.
Every network service needs to be manually started when the user needs it.
---
### Pentest distributions
Pentest distributions are famous for integrating only security tools, allowing easy root access and taking down all the security system barriers that may influence the workflow of a pentester.
Parrot was designed to be a very comfortable environment for security experts and researchers. It includes many basic programs for daily use which pentesting distributions usually exclude (at the cost of less than an additional gigabyte of storage). This choice was taken to make Parrot not only a good system to perform security tests, but also a good environment where you can write reports, build your own tools, and communicate seamlessly with teammates, without the need for additional computers, operating systems or configuration.
Our goal is to allow any professional pentester to make a whole security test from the beginning, to the report with just a Parrot ISO and an average laptop.
---
### Secure distributions
Parrot includes its own sandbox system obtained with the combination of [Firejail](https://firejail.wordpress.com) and [AppArmor](https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AppArmor) with custom security profiles.
User applications in Parrot are **protected** and **"jailed"** to limit the damages in case the system is compromised.
All this additional security comes with a cost: it is harder to adopt bad behaviors on Parrot. For instance it is not possible to log in as root with the whole desktop environment, or to start critical applications like browsers, media players or advanced document readers with unnecessary privileged permissions.
The user can still open root consoles, launch security tools with privileged permissions and use the system without limits. The only thing that changes is that all the critical user applications are now protected from very bad behaviors and common exploit techniques, and the damages caused by advanced exploits are very limited.
---
### Forensics distributions
Digital forensics experts need an environment that does not compromise their proof.
Parrot comes with automount functions **disabled by default**, to allow forensics acquisitions to be performed in a safe way.
The global automount policy is configured in a redundant way in all the layers of the system stack, from the noautomount kernel option passed by default at boot, to the specific file manager settings to disable auto mount and plug&play features.
Don't forget that the disks are still recognized by the system, and the system will mount them without protections if the user accidentally open them.
The no-automount behavior is consistent and stable, but no protection is provided in case of accidental mounts. A write blocker is always recommended in any digital forensics scenario.
### Who Parrot is made for
* Security Experts
* Digital forensics experts
* Engineering and IT Students
* Researchers
* Journalists & Hacktivists
* Wannabe Hackers
* Police officers and special security institutions
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visible: true
---
## The Parrot System
# The Parrot System
**Parrot** (Parrot Security, ParrotOS, Parrot GNU/Linux) is a free and open source GNU/Linux distribution based on [Debian Testing](https://www.debian.org/releases/testing/) designed for security experts, developers and privacy aware people.
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The operating system ships with the MATE desktop environment preinstalled and is available in several flavors to fit your needs.
<img src="/img/parrot.svg" width="200">
![macaw-poly](/img/macaw-poly.jpg)
&nbsp;
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[Flatpak](https://www.flatpak.org/) is an universal software store similar to snap. It can be installed from the Parrot official repository.
Parrot supports [Wine](https://www.winehq.org/), a compatibility layer to run Windows applications in Linux environments.
# Should i use Parrot?
## Why Parrot is different
Even if we, would like everyone to use the Parrot System or, at least, give it a try, there are some important considerations to make about who we expect to use Parrot and who may have a bad experience from it.
First of all, even if Parrot provides general purpose flavors, its core is still tuned for Security and Forensics operations.
In this section we will explain how different is Parrot compared to other general purpose distributions and how different it is from other Pentest and Forensics distributions. Then we will present some categories of people and what kind of experience they may have by using this system.
<img src="/img/parrot.svg" width="200">
### General purpose distributions
Parrot is different from a general purpose distribution (i.e. Ubuntu) because it does not try in any way to hide its internals.
Meaning that many automation tools are included in the system to make it easier to use, yet expose quite well what the system has under the hood.
A good example is the *parrot update reminder*: it is a simple yet powerful program that prompts the user to check for system upgrades once a week. but instead of hiding the upgrade process behind a progress bar, it shows the user the full upgrade process from the **apt** output.
Another important difference is that Parrot disables by default all the network services pre-installed in the system, not only to maintain a very low RAM footprint and offer better performance, but also to avoid services exposure in a target network.
Every network service needs to be manually started when the user needs it.
---
### Pentest distributions
Pentest distributions are famous for integrating only security tools, allowing easy root access and taking down all the security system barriers that may influence the workflow of a pentester.
Parrot was designed to be a very comfortable environment for security experts and researchers. It includes many basic programs for daily use which pentesting distributions usually exclude (at the cost of less than an additional gigabyte of storage). This choice was taken to make Parrot not only a good system to perform security tests, but also a good environment where you can write reports, build your own tools, and communicate seamlessly with teammates, without the need for additional computers, operating systems or configuration.
Our goal is to allow any professional pentester to make a whole security test from the beginning, to the report with just a Parrot ISO and an average laptop.
---
### Secure distributions
Parrot includes its own sandbox system obtained with the combination of [Firejail](https://firejail.wordpress.com) and [AppArmor](https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AppArmor) with custom security profiles.
User applications in Parrot are **protected** and **"jailed"** to limit the damages in case the system is compromised.
All this additional security comes with a cost: it is harder to adopt bad behaviors on Parrot. For instance it is not possible to log in as root with the whole desktop environment, or to start critical applications like browsers, media players or advanced document readers with unnecessary privileged permissions.
The user can still open root consoles, launch security tools with privileged permissions and use the system without limits. The only thing that changes is that all the critical user applications are now protected from very bad behaviors and common exploit techniques, and the damages caused by advanced exploits are very limited.
---
### Forensics distributions
Digital forensics experts need an environment that does not compromise their proof.
Parrot comes with automount functions **disabled by default**, to allow forensics acquisitions to be performed in a safe way.
The global automount policy is configured in a redundant way in all the layers of the system stack, from the noautomount kernel option passed by default at boot, to the specific file manager settings to disable auto mount and plug&play features.
Don't forget that the disks are still recognized by the system, and the system will mount them without protections if the user accidentally open them.
The no-automount behavior is consistent and stable, but no protection is provided in case of accidental mounts. A write blocker is always recommended in any digital forensics scenario.
### Who Parrot is made for
* Security Experts
* Digital forensics experts
* Engineering and IT Students
* Researchers
* Journalists & Hacktivists
* Wannabe Hackers
* Police officers and special security institutions
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| Location<br>Mirror ID<br>bandwidth | Provider Name | URL | APT config string |
|:----------------------------------|:---------------:|:-----|:-------------------|
|Italy<br>GARR<br>10 Gbps|GARR Consortium (Italian Research & Education Network)|[parrot.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/parrot](http://parrot.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/parrot)|<sub>deb https://parrot.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/parrot/ parrot main contrib non-free</sub>|
|Italy<br>udupalermo<br>300 Mbps|UDU Palermo (Unione Degli Universitari)|[mirror.udupalermo.it/parrot](http://mirror.udupalermo.it/parrot)|<sub>deb http://mirror.udupalermo.it/parrot/ parrot main contrib non-free</sub>|
|Germany<br>Halifax<br>20 Gbps|RWTH-Aachen (Halifax students group)|[ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/parrotsec](http://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/parrotsec)|<sub>deb https://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/parrotsec/ parrot main contrib non-free</sub>|
|Germany<br>Esslingen<br>10 Gbps|Esslingen (University of Applied Sciences)|[ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de/pub/Mirrors/archive.parrotsec.org](http://ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de/pub/Mirrors/archive.parrotsec.org)|<sub>deb https://ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de/pub/Mirrors/archive.parrotsec.org/ parrot main contrib non-free</sub>|
|Netherland<br>NLUUG<br>10 Gbps| Nluug |[ftp.nluug.nl/os/Linux/distr/parrot](http://ftp.nluug.nl/os/Linux/distr/parrot)|<sub>deb https://ftp.nluug.nl/os/Linux/distr/parrot/ parrot main contrib non-free</sub>|
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Main Mirror Director:
archive.parrotsec.org
Global Zones:
Global Zones (read the notes):
EMEA:
emea.archive.parrotsec.org
NCSA:
ncsa.archive.parrotsec.org
APAC:
apac.archive.parrotsec.org
Individual Masters:
archive1 france:
archive1.parrotsec.org
archive2 canada:
archive2.parrotsec.org
archive3 france:
archive3.parrotsec.org
archive4 poland:
archive4.parrotsec.org
</pre>
Single archives may be unavailable or replaced form time to time.
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![warrant canary](img/warrant-canary.png)
Warrant Canary, January 4th 2019
Warrant Canary, January 31 2019
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.bindTooltip('1', {permanent: true, opacity: 0.8, direction: 'top'})
.bindPopup("<b>CDN Edge Servers:</b><br>london1.uk.emea.parrotsec.org");
// newyork
var master = L.marker([40.7142700, -74.0059700], {title: 'CDN Edge', icon: iconserver}).addTo(mymap)
var master = L.marker([40.8370495, -73.8654295], {title: 'CDN Edge', icon: iconserver}).addTo(mymap)
.bindTooltip('2', {permanent: true, opacity: 0.8, direction: 'top'})
.bindPopup("<b>CDN Edge Servers:</b><br>newyork1.us.ncsa.parrotsec.org<br>newyork2.us.ncsa.parrotsec.org");
//sanfrancisco
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.bindTooltip('mirror server', {permanent: false, opacity: 0.8, direction: 'top'})
.bindPopup('<b>Download Mirror Server:</b><br>Clarkson University<br>[http://mirror.clarkson.edu/parrot/](http://mirror.clarkson.edu/parrot/)');
// mirror osusol
var master = L.marker([40.7143, -74.006], {title: 'Mirror Server', icon: iconmirror}).addTo(mymap)
var master = L.marker([42.497540120, -123.277491], {title: 'Mirror Server', icon: iconmirror}).addTo(mymap)
.bindTooltip('mirror server', {permanent: false, opacity: 0.8, direction: 'top'})
.bindPopup('<b>Download Mirror Server:</b><br>Oregon State University - Open Source Lab<br>[http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/parrotos/](http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/parrotos/)');
// mirror berkeley
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---
title: 'Parrot Wiki'
taxonomy:
category:
- docs
visible: true
---
<img src="/img/parrot.svg" width="200">
&nbsp;
&nbsp;
&nbsp;
---
### Wiki Start-page
- [Multi-boot Windows](multi-boot-windows.md)
- [Multi-boot Mac](multi-boot-macintosh.md)
- [Multi-boot UNIX](multi-boot-unix.md)
- [Virtual Machines](virtual-machines.md)
- [Experiments!](pi-and-other-builds.md)
- [Supported Chipsets](supported-wifi-chipsets.md)
- [Helpme](helpme.md)
- [For Developers](dev/index.md)
Last updated Feb 1 2019
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---
title: 'What is live mode'
taxonomy:
category:
- docs
visible: true
---
## What is live mode
The live mode is a special boot mode offered by many linux distributions, including Parrot OS, which allows the users to load a fully working linux environment without the need to install it.
This is possible because the system is not loaded onto the system's hard drive, instead it is loaded into memory (Random Access Memory).
Parrot OS offers the ability to install the OS while in a live environment, use all the tools and even create a persistent live environment.
To create a live boot device please read this [page](https://www.parrotsec.org/docs/getting-started/create-boot-device/).
To learn how to boot from the live media read this [page](https://www.parrotsec.org/docs/getting-started/how-to-boot/) instead.
## Default username and password
In Parrot OS live environment the default username is "user" and the default password is "toor".
[Wiki Home](wiki/startpage.md)
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nav:
- Parrot Website: https://www.parrotsec.org
- Introduction:
- intro/what-is-parrot.md
- intro/should-i-use-parrot.md
- intro/what-is-debian.md
- intro/what-is-linux.md
- What is Parrot: intro/what-is-parrot.md
- What is Debian: intro/what-is-debian.md
- What is Linux: intro/what-is-linux.md
- Getting Started:
- getting-started/system-requirements.md
- getting-started/download.md
- getting-started/create-boot-device.md
- getting-started/what-is-live-mode.md
- getting-started/how-to-boot.md
- project:
- mirror-list.md
- Download Parrot: getting-started/download.md
- Create a boot device: getting-started/create-boot-device.md
- How to boot the system: getting-started/how-to-boot.md
- Parrot on Docker: getting-started/parrot-on-docker.md
- Project:
- Infrastructure:
- APT Mirror list: mirror-list.md
- Make your own mirror: https://www.parrotsec.org/docs/mirror-list/#make-your-own-mirror
- Infrastructure Weathermap: weathermap.md
- Warrant Canary: warrant-canary.md
- community.md
- team.md
- partners.md
- weathernam.md
- warrant-canary.md
- donate.md
- F.A.Q.: faq.md
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<ul class="dropdown-menu">
<li >
<a href="intro/what-is-parrot/">What is Parrot?</a>
<a href="intro/what-is-parrot/">What is Parrot</a>
</li>
<li >
<a href="intro/should-i-use-parrot/">Should I use Parrot?</a>
<a href="intro/what-is-debian/">What is Debian</a>
</li>
<li >
<a href="intro/what-is-debian/">What is Debian?</a>
</li>
<li >
<a href="intro/what-is-linux/">What is Linux?</a>
<a href="intro/what-is-linux/">What is Linux</a>
</li>
</ul>
</li>
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<ul class="dropdown-menu">
<li >
<a href="getting-started/system-requirements/">System Requirements</a>
<a href="getting-started/download/">Download Parrot</a>
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<a href="getting-started/download/">Download</a>
<a href="getting-started/create-boot-device/">Create a boot device</a>
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<a href="getting-started/create-boot-device/">Create Boot Device</a>
<a href="getting-started/how-to-boot/">How to boot the system</a>
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<a href="getting-started/what-is-live-mode.md">None</a>
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