PentestBox - Portable Penetration Testing Distribution for Windows Environments

Thursday, June 4, 2015


PentestBox is not like other Penetration Testing Distributions which runs on virtual machines. It is created because more than 50% of penetration testing distributions users uses windows.

So it provides an efficient platform for Penetration Testing on windows platform.
Check out demo video:


Easy To Use

It is a commandline utility which is all what you want.

Awesome Design

It is the same green font on black terminal but in an modern way. I am pretty sure you will like it.

Best Performance

PentestBox directly runs on host machine instead of virtual machines, so performance is obvious.

No Dependencies Needed

All the dependencies required by tools are inside PentestBox, so you can even run PentestBox on freshly installed windows without any hassle.

Portable

PentestBox is entirely portbale, so now you can carry your own Penetration Testing Environment on a USB stick. It will take care of dependencies required to run tools which are inside it.

Linux Environment

PentestBox contains nearly all linux utilities like bash, cat, chmod, curl, git, gzip, ls, mv, ps, ssh, sh, uname and others. 

Tools category

How to include your own Tool

If you want to include a tool which is not currently present in PentestBox then below are the ways to include it.
  • If it is Python based program
    • Place that folder in PentestBox_Directory/bin or in any folder inside bin.
    • As Python is configured inside PentestBox, you can directly go to that directory and then run that program by prepending python to the filename.
    • But if you want to set an alias for that program then please follow How to add an alias
  • If it is Ruby Based Program
    • Place that folder in PentestBox_Directory/bin or in any folder inside bin.
    • As Ruby is configured inside PentestBox, you can directly go to that directory and then run that program by prepending ruby to the filename.
    • But if you want to set an alias for that program then please follow How to add an alias
  • It it is Executable file
    • Place that folder in PentestBox_Directory/bin or in any folder inside bin.
    • You can directly access by moving to that folder and typing the filename.
    • But if you want to set an alias for that program then please follow How to add an alias



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