sudo apt update
apt search firefox --names-only
apt searchcommand above and determine the exact package name.
sudo apt install firefox
I couldn’t face-palm hard enough if I tried......E: Package 'firefox' has no installation candidate
I couldn’t remember offhand whether Kali used Firefox, or chrome. But I was pretty certain Firefox was installed by default!!!It's firefox-esr and it is installed by default.
Try it with
They used to clearly state that they weren't a distro meant for beginners. It was on their home page and (if memory serves) also on their download page.What is it with all of the noobs and Kali ATM?
thats probably the nail being ht on the headMy official guess is that they wanted more attention so they just stopped warning people and don't even tell them that the distro really shouldn't be installed and used like your regular OS.
for webs i would add 2 tools not listed on Wiz link :wpscan for wordpress and https://www.zaproxy.org/getting-started/ zap from OWASP. you can run them against your web in development on apache localhost. So for instance zap might remind me i forgot to enable csrf etc wpscan would quickly show anybody using wordpress how extremely vulnerable a default install isI often say to new users "No, that is not a stupid question. The only stupid questions are those that are left unasked".
Kali is an exception to that rule.
If you have to ask how to install Firefox on Kali Linux, it simply shows that you have next to no knowledge on Linux, and therefore should not be using a Distribution like Kali, or Parrot, or Blackarch.
Spend 2 to 3 years using other Linux. Get some experience.
Do yourself (and us) a favour, and read this Post I made a little over 12 months ago.
Read it from top to bottom, and be sure to click on the screenshot and look at the list in the left-hand pane.
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