I am unable to install any tool or upgrade or fix broken upgrade.
anonsurf on Kali Linux in
VMware and now i can’t use apt-get install and i can’t uninstall it or stop it i don’t know why i can’t even remove any package.
this is the error when trying to install
beef-xss for example:
You might want to run ‘apt –fix-broken install’ to correct these.
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
beef : Depends: libcattle-1.0-0 (>= 1.2.0) but it is not going to be installed
kali-anonsurf : Depends: i2p but it is not going to be installed
Recommends: gtkdialog but it is not installable
Recommends: gufw but it is not going to be installed
E: Unmet dependencies. Try ‘apt –fix-broken install’ with no packages (or specify a solution).
i tried the following:
apt-get remove anonsurf (unable to locate package)
rm -rf anonsurf (it worked and i the directory is deleted but anonsurf still works)
- stopping I2P services
sudo: unknown user: i2psvc
sudo: unable to initialize policy plugin
how to fix it
Thanks in Advance.
I have a serious problem about unlocking root account in kali linux 2020.2 Gnome. First of all, I installed the kali linux 2020.1 vbox version and I was able to successfully use the root account there. The processes I did there after the installation were:
sudo passwd root (setting new password) sudo passwd -u root (for unlocking root acc)
After that, I can login and use the root account without any problems. However, when I install kali linux 2020.2 installer instead of the vbox version of kali linux, that is, when I install a real OS version instead of the virtual machine version, I am having trouble logging in to the root account while changing the user. Although I entered the correct password, I cannot log into my account, but when I check it from my default account, there is an account that matches the information I entered.
Maybe I thought it was caused by the virtual machine, downloaded the iso file again and installed kali linux 2020.2 gnome edition directly on my computer, but the result did not change. What is the reason that I cannot access the root account when I install it as the main operating system while I can access the root account in the virtual machine version? Help me pls…
It shows that the ssh port of my metasploitable is open. but when I execute ssh-brute.nse script it doesn’t run. 192.168.0.107 is my metasploitable.
IF after that i use -d to debug I get this error can’t execute any other script also pls help I am just a beginner
I have tried to perform a man in the middle attack on my own smartphone in my home network. Whether i use Ettercap, arpspoof with dsniff. none of them work. i am using kali linux as a virtual machine guest in my windows 7 host. note that i have bridged network on, ”’ip_forward=1”’, and network interface eth0 since i have a bridged network. also when I run the chk_poison plugin in ettercap it says “no poisoning at all :(“é Am I doing something wrong? Did I miss something? thanks 🙂
So i decided to install the MITMf (Man-In-The-Middle Framework) https://github.com/byt3bl33d3r/MITMf for Kali, but even after following the exact steps in the installation guide, i keep coming back to a error that I think has to do with Python 2.7’s end of life. When I run mitmf.py using the latest version of Python(3.8), i get
SyntaxErrors. But when I run it with Python2/2.7, I get
ImportErrors, which i am unsure of how to fix. I tried exporting the python modules to my
.bashrc, but I don’t think I did it the right way. Here are some errors that i get when using Python2/2.7 :
File "mitmf.py", line 29, in <module> import core.responder.settings as settings File "/home/kali/MITMf/core/responder/settings.py", line 24, in <module> from core.configwatcher import ConfigWatcher File "/home/kali/MITMf/core/configwatcher.py", line 20, in <module> import pyinotify ImportError: No module named pyinotify
And here is the simple syntax error when i use Python3.8:
File "../mitmf.py", line 38 print get_banner() ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
I do know Python3, but not enought to convert the whole program. I tried using 2to3 https://docs.python.org/2/library/2to3.html but it didn’t work quite right. What can i do?
I am having trying to follow a homework problem for a digital forensics class. The goal is to be able to boot Kali Linux from a flashdrive in forensics mode and then mount your computer’s harddrive as read-only so that you can view and interact with it. I am struggling to confirm my harddrive’s location and the “other locations” tab in the file manager is not showing up.
For your reference here is a link to the problem I am working through (pages 4 & 5) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1keVSTAWaPASnAsirl8Mkxsbtd1WMFTek/view?usp=sharing
Any suggestions or work arounds?
My Fresh kali Linux install doesn’t find pip and so i can’t run my scripts. So here is what i tried:
kali# pip -V Command not found kali# whereis pip pip: kali# locate pip | grep /usr/bin /usr/bin/lesspipe /usr/bin/pipal kali# apt-search python-pip python-pip-whl kali# apt install python-pip-whl python-pip-whl is already installed
I also tried to add ubuntu repos with the package python-pip. But didn’t work. Sooo….yeah. Nothing really helps. Can somebody plz help me? I use kali for like one year and this is the first time this happens to me 😀 What am i missing? Somebody can explain to me? Thx in Advance.
Not sure why but when I open a terminal I can’t move it at all. If I open up Documents in a new window that window can be moved. Is there something that I’m doing wrong or is the terminal not meant to be moved easily?
I see that mac address is changed after arp spoofing but the victim is not getting internet. I’m using an internal wifi card.