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Auto setup is a bash script compatible with Debian based distributions to install and setup necessary programs.

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Auto setup is a simple bash script (compatible with Debian-based distributions like Ubuntu and Kali) to install and set up necessary software/tools after doing Fresh Install.

The script is completely based on InfoSec/Bug Bounty reconnaissance tools as well as some apps I use regularly like Skype, Chrome, etc. You can modify it according to your need.


git clone
cd autosetup
chmod +x


The script will show a dialogbox (whiptail), where you can select the software(s) you want to install.

But, before opening the dialogbox, it'll perform the following operations:

  1. Install snap, curl, wget, dns-utils, adb and fastboot.
  2. Setup Git Global Config. (It'll ask for your name and email)*
  3. Install all the required dependencies needed for the list of tools.

*You can skip 2 if you want.


  • Visual Studio Code
  • Daniel Miessler's SecLists
  • Python3, virtualenv, pip3
  • Go
  • Rbenv
  • Amazon Corretto (OpenJDK)
  • Masscan
  • Chrome
  • NMAP
  • Drozer Framework
  • Jadx
  • httprobe
  • Nuclei
  • i3 Window Manager
  • Aquatone
  • Skype
  • NodeJS
  • Sublime Text 3
  • Wireshark
  • Amass
  • Knockpy
  • Dirsearch
  • LinkFinder
  • Virtual Box


Tested on Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 20.04, Kali Linux Vagrant boxes, but it should work with other Debian-based distributions as well.


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