PenQ is an open source, Linux-based penetration testing browser bundle we built over Mozilla Firefox. It comes pre-configured with security tools for spidering, advanced web searching, fingerprinting, anonymous browsing, web server scanning, fuzzing, report generating and more.
PenQ is configured to run on Debian based distributions including Ubuntu and its derivative distros, and penetration testing operating systems such as BackTrack and Kali.
Steps to install and run PenQ
Download the PenQ package.
Open the command-line interface (CLI) and navigate to the location of the downloaded file.
cd [path to PenQ file]
Assign executable permission to this file.
chmod +x PenQ-installer-1.0
Run PenQ installer file from CLI.
Provide sudo password and wait for installation to complete.
Once installed, double-click the PenQ icon on desktop or run ‘penq’ from CLI to open and use the tool.
To uninstall PenQ, navigate to the PenQ folder at ‘/usr/share/PenQ’ and run the uninstaller.
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