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Hello Friends!

There are a few things,

I would like to recommend Doing:

  • Include Ghidra dissasembly tool (NSA) https://www.ghidra-sre.org/ :+1:

  • hcxtools and hcxdumptools where updated 4 days ago and don’t work in wifite. Please, Please Include them by default! :grinning:

  • Fix the Pluma crash bug! It is a pain in the a** not having a good text editor in the distro and installing from crappy external sources :joy:


Use Scite as default text Editor
Gidhra not trustable
Hexdump uae alter


Ghidra will be added only when they reveal full code of the programm and it will be reviewed, there is still a chance of hidden NSA services running in background, so we don’t trust it atm.

Try to fix pluma problems by uncommenting all lines from 38 to 42 (every line starts with private*) in /etc/firejail/pluma.profile.


There is one more thing I wanted to include / patch

Add this: https://github.com/AlessandroZ/LaZagne.git

In the Post exploitation Folder of Parrot

And Patch Parrot against it!

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yeah I’m kinda blown away by all the issues people have with pluma I think part of is the plugins because I’ve only had one issue with the firejail profile and it was to get pluma started (last line).

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The ALT+Right mouse button would be nice to get fixed so you can drag windows wider just using the mouse itself.

No probs doing this with Debian mate desktop :slight_smile:

Hey @scouser I’m not sure what you mean? I can do this currently in Mate. Could you check your windows settings and Keyboard shortcuts? If it’s an actual issue, this should be in support as we currently support this feature.

we are not ready to package and include ghidra (where is the source code?)

both are available in our repository, maybe they should be added as wifite dependencies.

i’ll work on it asap

what pluma crash bug are you talking about? it works perfectly for me on all my parrot installations. moreover we have many many awesome alternative editors in our official repo, so where does the need to install them from external sources come from? geany is even preinstalled!

lazagne is an awesome tool! but we need some one to debianize and maintain it over time as described in our FAQ page


LaZagne is an awesome tool. But it is written by python and binary file size would be huge. @0xff10AD LinEnum would be good for post-exploit too. And as I remember, there is a project that monitors all tasks, cron tasks, … with its options, … I can’t remember its name right now. I used it when I played HTB and it is awesome.

It’s already published so can we now think about packaging it?

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it’s on the board. Not sure when exactly it will come to Parrot but its on our todo.

yes, now we can

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I personally am highly skeptical and distrusting of this shit

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