This is a diverse collection of scripts used for OSINT, ethical hacking, and web application security testing.

The scripts cover a range of tasks, from automating daily tasks to driver installation, and are suitable for use on Kali-Linux and ParrotOS.

The set of tools includes TP-LINK-722N wifi drivers, which can be accessed through the provided instructions, and is cloned from the Ethical-Hacking-Tools repository.

Contributions and suggestions are always welcome, and bug reports should be directed to the author, with a signature for identification.

Table Of Contents

  • Getting Started
  • Prerequisites
  • Usage
  • Contributing
  • License

Getting Started

  • Set of tools I use to automate my daily tasks and for learning purposes.
  • Included TP-LINK-722N wifi drivers. (check TP-LINK folder) (Instructions are given on #Usage-TP-LINK-722N)
  • Tools are cloned/fetched from Ethical-Hacking-Tools


  • Run the script with root privileges only (sudo).
  • Download the full-font pack from here and extract it to /usr/share/fonts. [Note: This is optional]
  • I haven’t included a script to download burp-suite pro, but you can get it from here (for bug-bounty hunters)

Usage (Kali/ParrotOS)

  1. git clone
  2. cd setup_hack_env
  3. sudo python3

Usage (TP-LINK-722N)

  1. git clone
  2. cd setup_hack_env && cd TP-LINK*
  3. sudo python3
  4. After completing the process, reboot your pc, after rebooting, run the 2nd script.
  5. sudo python3
  6. After completing the process, reboot your pc again.
  7. Finally after completing (script-1 & script-2) run the 3rd script to check if drivers are installed properly or not.
  8. sudo bash

For more information click here.

Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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