Hello World, This is Faraz again, hope you like my previous article related to Virtual Box However, if you having any issue in the installation of Virtual Box and setup kali-Linux on it you can ask me anytime through email or comments box,

Lets Begin now, first of all, you need to Download VMware if you don’t know what is VMware its same like Virtual Machine or Hyper-V but VMware is and Open-Source-Software where you can install and configure multiple machines at the same time and run it for your testing purpose, so in virtualization platform you can perform your desired task instead of installing Boot-table Operating system on your Primary Disk

Step 1:

Download VMware Software through these given Platform VMware or you can Download through their Official Website by click on this so you can get a trial version for 30 days or you can get also premium one too.

Step 2:

After installation of entire VM Workstation on your system you will need Kali-Linux Operating System to install in VM Workstation as the operating system, so you need to go offensive security official website and download the latest version of Kali-Linux 

Use Only Torrent For Downloading!

Step 3:

After Successfully installation of VM Workstation, you have to open it click on Open a Virtual Machine and to import Kali-Linux Operating system File where you have already download on default directory/path in my case I have this location C:\Users\FJ20k19\Downloads However you can download on a different location to that convenient. 


Step 4: 

It will show you pop-up like this, you have to name your O.S whatever you wanted to name it. Furthermore, you have to select the Path/directory of your O.S system where you are going to import a 2.5GB Kali-Linux Operating system file. 

Note: Use only D:// F://, etc drives which have much amount of free space 

Because if you are going to use Primary drive where you have already installed Windows/Mac this will be caused your CPU/RAM/DISK MANAGEMENT utilization 100% it’s better to use a different directory 

According to me Only use SSD for primary Operating system and use HDD for secondary ROM where you can run up your databased and virtual machine and test it.

Finally, Select the Kali-Linux Import File and as you can see in Fig02 and Fig03 it will take several minutes to import.




Step 5:

After Importing Kal-Linux Operating system on VM Workstation you will see Tab like this where we have several configurations on the left side of Virtual Machine you don’t need to changes these settings it is by default by the system while importing the Kali-Linux machine, just right-click on the power button to run the machine and it would appear a configuration booting up kali-Linux Machine as in fig02:





Step 6: 

Final Step to run your Guest Operating system of Kali-Linux Machine

You need to put the User name: Root and Password: toor it is default you can change it later.

Note:  In fig 02: if you found this SSH host error don’t worry it is usually don’t close or window until it fully start-up I will make another new post regarding how to fix this SSH host controller error and some basic configuration 

TIPS: Open Terminal and write command apt-get update or sudo apt-get update

if you have trouble in updating then read my previous post I’m giving all links below:







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Muhammad Faraz Jamil
I am a passionate Web Developer and WordPress Expert who has completed a Masters in Accounting & Finance. I have exceptional technical and analytical skills, with expertise in WordPress, PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Google Cloud Computing and profound knowledge of SEO, Keywords Research, Competitor Analysis, and Content Writing. Additionally, I have worked extensively in developing websites and comprehend the capabilities of different browsers. Furthermore, I am competent in building strategies regarding Cloud Server Working Virtually on VM or VMBOX too.
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