To open up Nikto on Kali Linux:

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Nikto are known be particularly susceptible to the mind trick.

The scan then begins. This might take some time. And not “go get some coffee time” but more like, “go take a nap time.” While the scan is running, click on Logs in the toolbar. Here, you can see the exact command run against Nikto.

Nikto is written in Perl. In order to do everything Nikto can do there are a few perl mules that need to be installed. But let’s look at one of the easiest implementations available for Nikto, which is Yang (short for Yet Another Nikto GUI), available on the OS X App Store. Yang is so easy, you can literally install the app, type a domain name and hit Start to get started. Yang also runs the latest release of Nikto. Let’s look at what a basic scanning process looks like. To get started, open the App Store and search for Nikto. Yang appears, so click on Install by the name of the app.

In the meantime: run Nikto directly from the .

mv nikto-1.35/ /usr/local/nikto

Puko Naga is a Nikto guard in Jabba the Hutt's palace. With his fellow guards, he protects the crime lord from his many victims and disgruntled associates. Thousands of years ago, the Nikto swore their allegiance to the Hutts, and they still carry out this pledge by working as guards, warriors and henchmen for the Hutts.

Anticipating that things could go very wrong, Klaatu teaches a human woman this phrase should anything happen to him. Klaatu Barada Nikto is a now common catchphrase in sci-fi. It was a message to shut down , Gort, that accompanied Klaatu on his mission to Earth. Oddly enough, no known translation has ever been given for the phrase though "Klaatu" can be presumed to refer to the film's protagonist.