I personally like Fedora. On the other hand, I do some of my tasks related to security using Kali. Now for some reasons, I just want to use Fedora. I know I can install Kali tools manually in the Fedora. But, I was wondering if there is a package which contains all important Kali tools, and I simply install it instead of installing each Kali tool manually.


To automatically install Kali linux tools, you can use lionsec's katoolin. I'm not sure if it include every tool, but the github link is below.

katoolin: https://github.com/LionSec/katoolin

Also, there's a guide on how to do this on CentOS 7 which is redhat/fedora based.

How To Install Kali Linux Tools On Ubuntu 16 And CentOS 7: http://linuxpitstop.com/install-kali-linux-tools-on-ubuntu-and-centos/


Basically Kali linux is based on debian distribution. Hence you cannot install kali linux tools via katoolin. Katoolin uses the apt-get package manager to install the tools. Also adding Kali linux repositories in Fedora doesn't make sense. You need to install the needed Kali tools via yum or dnf only.

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