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Posted on 29-04-07 17:31
hello can anyone recommend me some good linuxes aimed specially for hacking? i´m using auditor and backtrack (livecd´s) for getting passes from windows machines etc. and PHLAK, this is livecd too. what is next linuxes aimed to hacking? i saw one good on video but dont know what is it. maybe hacker only modified some distro for his own personal use ... Grin
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Posted on 29-04-07 17:34
I've used Ubuntu...dunno how good it is for hacking, but I like it a lot more than windows Smile


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Posted on 29-04-07 17:35
yes. DVL is just what you need. you'll learn a lot from it.


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Posted on 29-04-07 17:40
"Damn Vulnerable Linux", in case you didn't know the acronym.



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Posted on 29-04-07 19:04
Zephyr_Pure wrote:
"Damn Vulnerable Linux", in case you didn't know the acronym.


its vulnerable. thats how i learned to root. so dude. if you want a good livecd to teach you how to root. use DVL and BackTrack2. on 2 comps. then root dvl with bt2.

dvl teaches you a lot.


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Posted on 29-04-07 19:13
yea..... IMO DVL is a good learning tool, but ideally run with VM ware on windows if you only haveon machine...

or orun on seperate f you have multiple


but to get GREAT distro, get an awesome distro then add the tools you want.. best way to goo....


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Posted on 29-04-07 19:19
thx to all for help Grin i think i use ubuntu and DVL with backtrack Grin
but i have little prob, hope you help me:
i am using fedora core 6 with windows xp pro sp2 for a few monts. as a bootloader i am using grub. for some months it works properly. but... in last two weeks i cant boot windows. when i´ll try to boot windows from cd, it fails, i get "press any key to run system from cd" so i press any key, and.. it fails. i see only black screen, nothing else and i must reboot. i can boot other linuxes, all i have, live distros, fedora, debian, ubuntu, suse, it all works but i cant boot that fucking windows. can anyone help me ? thx


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Posted on 29-04-07 20:13
i dont think windows has a livecd capability you should consider reinstalling it in the partition in which you already had windows.

sometimes when i boot windows my computer turns off and the second attempt works...i dont know why this happens either but i guess windows doesnt like to play with other kids.


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Posted on 29-04-07 20:29
so how can i fix this. if i uninstall linux, i dont solve this, because grub config file is in linux directory /boot , and i cant overwrite mbr with win ntloader because i cant boot win, so i cant run rescue console


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Posted on 30-04-07 13:26
Operator
Helix
FIRE
Backtrack 2.0
Knoppix STD
Auditor

that's all i can think of right now...


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Some that haven't been mentioned so far (to my knowledge) are:

PHLAK: http://www.phlak.. . .ules/news/
NST: http://www.networ. . .index.html


Some Linux distrosLiveCD's turn (some) people into Skiddies easily, just because of the amount of security toolz packed in them.


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Posted on 30-04-07 17:29
ok thnx, looks like i must try them all, but blacktrack looks really great, i tryed him and its really good, because it is livecd i can boot him everywhere i go where is computer and allowed booting. it includes all i need, i was tryed navyn os (if someone knows) but blacktrack is much much better Smile


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Posted on 30-04-07 17:46
I tried all linux hacking live cds, and as experts say : backtrack is the better.

lol......maybe im beginning to be a expert......


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Posted on 30-04-07 19:43
i love back | track, v2.0 Grin

yeah, i know what you mean about the skiddie bit, but not everybody has a desire to understand or learn, some people only want a big Zone-H profile lol, which i spose will just land em a big prison sentence at some point.


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Posted on 10-05-07 12:03
m well i think after about 5 releases of Hacker. It should give backtrack some run for its money.
Just santa being optimistic though.


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Posted on 10-05-07 12:53
Could do like I ended up doing and grab Slackware 11 and pull all the tools that I like and feel are necessary into a true distro...

Anyone else ever get that feeling...that there just isn't something right about LiveCD's?


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Posted on 10-05-07 13:51
regret wrote:
Could do like I ended up doing and grab Slackware 11 and pull all the tools that I like and feel are necessary into a true distro...

Anyone else ever get that feeling...that there just isn't something right about LiveCD's?


Yeah, I'm doing the same thing with Slax...

Most LiveCDs just seem like they're bloated with too many extras that you don't want / need. A custom LiveCD is the best way to go... especially with XFCE.