Getting started with Pacu

The first thing that is needed when setting up Pacu is to ensure that Git, Python 3, and Pip 3 are installed. When that's done, you can follow a simple three-step process to get Pacu installed and running. From the CLI of your operating system (we are using Kali Linux), run the following commands:

git clone cd pacu/ && bash 
Note that Pacu is not officially supported for Windows operating systems.

Now Pacu should start up and go through the process of configuration and database creation. It should first tell you that it created a new file, followed by a message that it created a new local database file. Finally, it will ask you for ...

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