Kali Linux 2.0 is now available as a Docker Image, permitting everybody to run the system as a virtual machine.
Therefore, today we announce the immediate availability of Kali Linux 2.0 Docker images, as the developers of the Kali Linux distribution posted the great news on the official Twitter account of the distribution.
If you have docker installed on your system, do:
$ docker pull kalilinux/kali-linux-docker
As you may know, Kali Linux (formally known as BackTrack Linux) is among the most popular penetration testing operating system available.
The latest version available is Kali Linux 2.0, which is powered by Kernel 4.0, uses Debian Jessie as source-code and GNOME 3 as the default desktop environment, while KDE, XFCE, MATE, Enlightenment E17 and LXDE are also supported.