- CIFS now uses SMB 3.0 by default
- EXT4 directories can now contain 2 billion entries instead of the old 10 million limit
- TLS support is now built into the kernel itself
What’s new in Kali Linux 2017.3?
The Kali Linux 2017.3 release has four new tools which focus on open source information (OSINT) gathering. These new tools are not included in the default installation but are available after running
apt update. The tools are:
IT Security Professional – Security Researcher & Consultant for the Government, Enthusiast, Malware Analyst, Penetration Tester.