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Installing Kali Linux (VirtualBox)

         To install Kali Linux in VirtualBox, download VirtualBox first. For Windows users. For those using Ubuntu, I think it's fine with sudo apt install virtualbox -y. Mac users can use VMWare Fusion.

VirtualBox Download 

         You can download VirtualBox via above link.

It will be used on Windows, so click on the Windows Hosts tab and download. Click on the VirtualBox Extension Pack ==> All supported platform that will be found below and drag Download.

          After downloading, install VirtualBox. Restart the computer.

          Install the extension pack. Restart again.

          Now you have VirtualBox ready to use. Let's install Kali.

If you open VirtualBox, you should see the image above. Click New as it will create a Macnine. (Note. Depending on the VirtualBox version, the appearance may differ. Please search for new.)

Give your favorite in place of Name. When I gave it, it was misspelled. Let it be. You can give whatever you like. Be careful, if you have given a name before, the record remains in the Machine Folder, so you cannot give the same name again until you delete it in the Machine Folder. Machine Folder: You can see where you want to delete. If you can't give it Kali, if you can't delete it, give it a different name like Kali 2, etc. That doesn't matter.
After that, select Linux in the Type field and Debian (64 bit) in the Version: field. Not exclusive to Kali. I choose Debian because Kali is Debian based.
If you don't see 64 bit in your friend's VirtualBox
1. Check if Windows is 64 bit or not. If Windows 64 bit is correct and 64 does not appear in VirtualBox but only 32 bit appears, it is because Intel Virtualization Technology is disabled in BIOS settings. Enter BIOS and enable Virtualization Technology. After saving & exiting, if you open it again in VirtualBox, you will see 64 bit.
If you don't see 64bit and need to fix it - if you can't get into the BIOS, turn off the computer. Then turn it back on. After turning on the power, once the screen lights up, press the BIOS key four or five times continuously. Even though 1 is enough, I don't know that the key is missing, etc.

The BIOS key varies depending on the device. Most are F2. If it doesn't work with F2, you can try F12, Del, Esc, etc. Some laptops can't type function keys like F2 or F12 directly. You can press together with the Fn function key on the keyboard.
64bit is also available. As shown in the picture above, if you have selected the settings, click Create. You will see the following.

Memory size is asking how much RAM will be used. Depending on the RAM of our computer, there will be a gap in this step. If the computer only has 4GB of RAM, give about 2000MB.
8GB of RAM is recommended for learning hacking. If it's 4GB, you can upgrade it depending on the laptop. I have enough RAM, so I put 4096 MB (4GB) RAM. Let's press Continue.

At this stage, you can continue as default. We will build a virtual machine, so we need a virtual hard disk. (It will be partitioned from our main HDD). Just like in the picture, click Create.

You can go to VDI as default. You can also take it as VHD, but it's better as VDI. VMDK is a type that can be easily changed without having to upload it again when you want to change it to VMWare because you don't want to use it in Virtual anymore. You can choose what you like. I will continue with VDI.

You can go to VDI as default. You can also take it as VHD, but it's better as VDI. VMDK is a type that can be easily changed without having to upload it again when you want to change it to VMWare because you don't want to use it in Virtual anymore. You can choose what you like. I will continue with VDI.

HDD size should be at least 150GB. 1000 GB (1TB) can be set dynamically because it is selected dynamically. It will only go up as much as you use it, so if it's not less than 150, it's fine. It was selected dynamically in the previous step, so you can still increase or decrease it later. Create.

It should look like the picture above. Can't start yet. Click on settings.

It should look like this. Click on Storage.

Storage has only one VDI. Just like installing Kali only or dual, you also need to insert an installer disc. Click on the empty (with disc icon).

As shown in the picture, click on the disk icon on the right side and click on Choose a disk file. Then in the window that appears, select the Kali ISO that you downloaded from the torrent.

Status after selecting Kali iso. Then let's move on to Network.

Here you should see Attached to: NAT. Click on NAT and select Bridged Adapter. (You can also change this after installing)

When you select Bridged adapter, it will automatically appear in Name. You don't have to choose. Then click OK. By choosing Bridged adapter, your Host Machine (Windows or Mac) and the Kali Virtual Machine you are currently creating will be on the same network.

Then, Click Start button.




hostname is the machine name. When you open Terminal, it's followed by @. Default is kali. If you keep it the same, you will get user@kali. It will appear every time you open Terminal, so you can choose the one that is convenient for you. I will continue as Kali.


Here you can give your favorite name. You can also space apart.

This has become important. It must be remembered. You cannot space in username. If you enter khit here, it will be combined with kali and khit@kali will appear in Terminal. Add convenience. I need to remember.

As usual, you have to fill in the password to login. Fill in the same 2 fields and continue


Since it's virtual, it won't be partitioned separately. Use entire disk will continue. Continue




yes & Continue



This stage is the longest. If the screen fades while waiting, just move the mouse.

Yes & Continue

Always select the second line here. Those who install dual and not in VirtualBox may have a lot of text depending on the machine condition.


After a while, you can see Kali's GRUB just like this.

Username and password must be correct to login.

       In this new version, there is an arrowhead next to the Terminal icon on the top toolbar, and if you click it, you can see the root Terminal in red. If you don't do that and click on the Terminal icon, Terminal will appear for user acc. If you click on the red root terminal, you will see a box asking for a password. That is, after entering the login password, the root terminal will open. It takes root access, so you need to  enter a password.

I hope everything will be fine...        



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