All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘BackTrack Linux’

  • Bt 2634 Update

    How to Update to BackTrack 2.6.34

    Several people have been asking for instructions on updating hard drive installs of BackTrack – here’s a quick set of commands to upgrade your BackTrack machine – and prepare the kernel sources – for example VMWare tools or VirtualBox tools kernel module compilations.

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  • Bt R1

    BackTrack 4 R1 Dev Public Release

    As promised, we are releasing a BackTrack 4 R1 information security and penetration testing development build to the public for hardware testing.

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  • Backtrack 4 “Powered with CUDA”

    Some really exciting stuff going on in the world of CUDA on backtrack 4. We have updated to cuda 2.2 and will be offering the complete developers environment. This will include every thing you need to write some of your own tools with CUDA if …

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  • Customising BackTrack Live CD the Easy Way

    I’ve automated the customising process of the livecd to a convenient script which can be run on the BT4 Pre final (and future) release. This script sets up a build environment for you and drops you off in a modifiable chroot. You update, upgrade, add, …

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  • Customising the BackTrack 4 PreFinal ISO

    One of the downsides of leaving the linux live scripts and moving to non lzma enabled squashfs, is that we loose the wonderful and convenient setup for modifying the BackTrack LiveCD on our own. We use to be able to pop in a LZM file …

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  • Installing VMware Server 2.0.1 on BackTrack 4

    Having an updated, shiny kernel has a few downsides…kernel dependent software seldom keep up with the newest Linux Kernel releases. Perhaps the most notorious for this is VMware. Getting VMware installed on a kernel can be challenging. We made a short movie on how …

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  • BackTrack 4 Dual boot Install

    Another short video showing a dual boot installation on an existing Vista machine. The most  important part to remember is that you have to preform a clean shutdown of your Windows machine before attempting the BackTrack install.

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  • BackTrack 4 Persistent USB Install Video

    One of the great enigmas in BackTrack 3 was setting up a persistent USB key Install.  Now that the BT4 pre-release is knocking at the door, and BT4 internals have changed so much, we thought we’d make a quick video tutorial. A minimum 2GB USB …

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  • BackTrack 4 Pre Final

    BackTrack Base There have been many changes introduced into BackTrack 4 – most notably, our move to an Ubuntu Intrepid base. We now maintain our own full repositories with modified Ubuntu packages in addition to our own penetration testing tools. Another significant change is the …

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