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Upon starting to work through Penetration Testing by Georgia Weidman, I decided to run on an up-to-date software stack. When installing with a current Kali Linux some some software packages differ from what is in the book.

Nessus

This comes now in version 7.0.1

The Ming C Compiler

The 32bit only compiler has been dropped in favor of the 32/64bit cross compiler

apt install mingw-w64

Hyperion

This has been update to 1.2 and the 1.0 Version is not available anymore with the provided link.

wget https://github.com/nullsecuritynet/tools/raw/master/binary/hyperion/release/Hyperion-1.2.zip
unzip Hyperion-1.2.zip
i686-w64-mingw32-c++-win32 Hyperion-1.2/Src/Crypter/*.cpp -o hyperion.exe

Android SDK

The Android SDK download is now bundle with Android Studio. After downloading Android Studio and unzipping it, run the setup wizard

unzip android-studio-ide-171.4443003-linux.zip
./android-studio/bin/studio.sh 

This will install the Android SDK under ~/Android/Sdk. Create a sample project from the wizard. After the IDE loads you can now open the SDK Manager. To open the SDK Manager from Android Studio, click Tools > Android > SDK Manager or click SDK Manager in the toolbar. Install the Android versions of mentioned in the book.

Open the AVD Manager by clicking Tools > Android > AVD Manager.

  1. Click + Create Virtual Device....
  2. On the next window select Phone and Nexus 4.
  3. Click Next
  4. Select Other Images. Download Jelly Bean with ABI armeabi-v7a.
  5. Click Next. Click Finish Repeat for the other two Android APIs from the book.