ArchStrike

An Arch Linux repository for security professionals and enthusiasts

Done the Arch Way and optimized for i686, x86_64, ARMv6, ARMv7, and ARMv8

We follow the Arch Linux standards closely in order to keep our packages clean, proper and easy to maintain. Our team works hard to maintain the repository and give the best ArchStrike experience. If you find any issues, please don't hesitate to contact us via GitHub, IRC, Twitter or email. Any feedback is appreciated.

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Due to an unexpected amount of support, and following further review and discussion, we are pleased to announce that we are able to implement an infrastructure fix to continue i686 support.

End of i686 Support

2018-03-22

We decided to phase out i686 support due to increasing maintenance overhead of supporting the i686 architecture. We will be reallocating i686 resources to improve the ArchStrike experience.

We appreciate the help and patience from the plugbuild developers at Arch Linux | ARM, and i686 support from the archlinux32 team, who have been working with us to keep i686 support going. We would like to thank all of the i686 users who have supported us—we would not have made it this far it was not for you.

Package bettercap has been moved out of testing and into main as bettercap-git. To update, run:

pacman -S archstrike --needed

For testing repo users:

pacman -Rns bettercap
pacman -S archstrike --needed

Archlinux has added a new package called unicorn that replaces our package unicorn-engine.

Being that we aren't able to add a replaces entry to a package in Archlinux, anyone with this package installed should remove it manually and replace it with unicorn.

Just added a new tool to the archstrike-testing repository!

Package Details

name: deen

description: Generic data encoding/decoding application built with PyQt5

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