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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Anonymous Hackers released their own Operating System

Anonymous-OS Live is an ubuntu-based distribution and created under Ubuntu 11.10 and uses Mate desktop.

Created for educational purposes,
to checking the security of web pages.
Please don’t use any tool to destroy any web page :)
If you attack to any web page, 
might end up in jail because is a crime in most countries!
*** The user has total responsibility for any illegal act. ***

Thanks to all author tools!
Here some of preinstalled apps on Anonymous-OS:

- ParolaPass Password Generator
- Find Host IP
- Anonymous HOIC
- Ddosim
- Pyloris
- Slowloris
- TorsHammer
- Sqlmap
- Havij
- Sql Poison
- Admin Finder
- John the Ripper
- Hash Identifier
- Tor
- XChat IRC
- Pidgin
- Vidalia
- Polipo
- JonDo
- i2p
- Wireshark
- Zenmap
 And more

Including Broadcom BCM43xx wireless driver.


Friday, March 2, 2012

BackTrack 5 R2 Released – New Kernel, New Tools

After months of development, bug fixes, upgrades, and the addition of 42 new tools, we are happy to announce the full release of BackTrack 5 R2 available for download now. Running our custom-built 3.2.6 kernel with the best wireless support available, this is our fastest and best release of BackTrack yet. In the past few weeks, we have had a flood of submissions to our BackTrack Redmine Tracker with submissions for many new tools and dozens of packages that needed to be updated and this has helped to make this one of the strongest releases we’ve ever had.

Once again, our good friends over at Paterva have created a special BackTrack edition of Maltego 3.1.0 for your data mining pleasure and we have also included their recently-released CaseFile tool to help you organize and collate data from numerous sources. If you have never used these tools before, you really need to…they will change the way your interact with data and conduct reconnaissance.

You will also find we have included Metasploit 4.2.0 Community Edition, version 3.0 of the Social Engineer Toolkit, BeEF, and many other tool upgrades too numerous to mention.

In addition to the aforementioned updates and additions, we have also added the following new tools to BackTrack:

arduino bluelog bt-audit dirb dnschef dpscan easy-creds  extundelete
findmyhash golismero  goofile    hashcat-gui hash-identifier  hexorbase horst  hotpatch
joomscan   killerbee libhijack magictree    nipper-ng patator pipal   pyrit
reaver rebind rec-studio  redfang  se-toolkit   sqlsus   sslyze sucrack
thc-ssl-dos tlssled uniscan vega  watobo wcex  wol-e  xspy

BackTrack 5 R2 – Reliable Weekly Security Updates and Fixes

Perhaps the one change that we are most excited about in this release is that we are now including the Ubuntu updates in our repositories on a more regular basis. So from now on, when you run a dist-upgrade, you will also receive the updated tools and packages that are being pulled from Ubuntu, making for a more secure and stable distribution. Rest assured that we will not be pushing out the updates blindly. We will be testing the updates internally to ensure that they don’t break any functionality prior to rolling them out publicly.

If you are merely upgrading your existing BackTrack installation to R2 instead of doing a fresh install, you can add the new update repository as shown below.

echo "deb revolution main microverse non-free testing" >> /etc/apt/sources.list 
apt-get update 
apt-get dist-upgrade

BackTrack 5 R2 – Wiki Updates

Along with this release, we have created some new HOWTO’s in our wiki to cover some things that simply can’t be packaged efficiently into a distribution, particularly the configuration of clusters.

Building a Pyrit Cluster
Creating a John the Ripper Cluster
Enabling PAE in BT5 R2
Installing VMware Player
Installing VMware Tools

You'r enjoy this new release of BackTrack as much as we enjoyed creating it. Our goal, as always, is to be the world’s best penetration testing distribution so if you find bugs or have tool suggestions, please feel free to open up a ticket in our Redmine tracker.


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