Every pentest comes with a report. The report types vary based on the pentest being conducted. Comprehensive Pentests include a full report with finding details, a customer letter, and an attestation. Agile Pentests include an automated report with finding details.
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Kali LinuxIf you're not using Kali Linux as your base pentesting operating system, you either have bleeding-edge knowledge and a specialized use case or you're doing it wrong. Formerly known as BackTrack Linux and maintained by the good folks at Offensive Security (OffSec, the same folks who run the OSCP certification), Kali is optimized in every way for offensive use as a penetration tester.
Burp SuiteNo discussion of pentesting tools is complete without mentioning web vulnerability scanner Burp Suite, which, unlike other tools mentioned so far, is neither free nor libre, but an expensive tool used by the pros. While there is a Burp Suite community edition, it lacks much of the functionality, and the Burp Suite enterprise edition goes for a cool $3,999 a year (that psychological pricing doesn't make it seem that much cheaper, guys). 2b1af7f3a8