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Kali Linux NetHunter 3.0 Android Mobile Penetration Testing Platform Out Now

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After being in development for over a year, the Kali Linux NetHunter 3.0 Android application has been released earlier today, January 6, 2016, by Offensive Security, the company behind Kali Linux, the successor of BackTrack.

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