BackTrack 4 Pre Final – Feel the pwnsauce!

BackTrack Linux
Two weeks later.. 130232 downloads of BackTrack 4 Pre-Final since the release. This number does not include torrents, direct dls or black market underground copies. That translates to 182325 GB of traffic served from our mirrors in the past two weeks. Our repository serves 120 GB of traffic a day…
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Holy Crack!

BackTrack Linux
A wonderful BackTrack CUDA guide – showing some of the amazing CUDA tools included in BackTrack 4. MD4/MD5/NTLM hashes getting cracked at speeds of over 200M/s (million…two hundred of em…) Check out the BackTrack 4 CUDA Guide by pure_hate
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Keeping BackTrack up to Date

BackTrack Linux
Our BackTrack repositories keep getting updated with new tools, drivers etc. For example, we just added legacy madwifi-ng and r8187 injection capable drivers to the repository. You can follow these simple steps to add them to your iso, and keep it updated in general. (more…)
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Installing BackTrack 4 as a VMware Guest

BackTrack Linux
As we havn’t released a VMware image yet, and vmware-tools does not play nice with our 2.6.29.4 kernel, i thought i’de post a short how-to on getting VMware tools installed in BT4 as a VMware guest. I used VMware Workstation 6.5.2 to test this. The BackTrack kernel sources are already…
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BackTrack 4 and Directory Encryption

BackTrack Linux
eCryptfs is a kernel-native cryptographic filesystem. It’s also a stacked filesystem, which means that eCryptfs must work on top of another filesystem such as Ext3. The result of this is that you don’t need to allocate space for eCryptfs, it will grow and shrink as you add files to it.…
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ITunes Reloaded – Getting the Shell

Exploit Development
There goes our Information Security This is part 2 of our previous post about the Itunes exploit for windows. …little did we know that all the payloads being sent have to be pure AlphaNumeric (printable ASCII). The first thing to do is find a Alphanum friendly return address, which was…
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ITunes Exploitation Case Study

Exploit Development
When masochism just isn’t enough Our new AWE course is about to go live for the first time, in BlackHat Vegas. We chose the most interesting exploitation cases we’ve encountered, and dove really deep into them. We had many exploits to choose from, some were too easy, and believe it…
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CUDA and ATI Stream in BackTrack 4

BackTrack Linux
We’ve just pushed CUDA and ATI Stream packages to the repo, including many updates and upgrades. Although the nvidia and ATI drivers are not included by default on the livecd, they can be apt-getted, and are working out of the box. Big thanks once again to pure_hate and KMDave for…
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The Fingerprinting power in BackTrack4

BackTrack Linux
If you prefer running your BackTrack4 system in “secure mode” and not always have to type your password … fingerprinting can help you! In the new BackTrack repository, the packages required to get this running are all in place: (more…)
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Backtrack 4 Powered with CUDA

BackTrack Linux
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 the need arises. If you…
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Customizing the BackTrack 4 PreFinal ISO

BackTrack Linux
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 into the “optional” directory, and…
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BackTrack 4 Pre Final Sneak Peek

BackTrack Linux
BackTrack 4 Pre Final available to Informer IHS subscribers BackTrack 4 development is coming along nicely. We will be releasing a BackTrack “pre-release sneak peek” version to Informer subscribers this week. If you don’t know what Informer is, you’re missing out. (more…)
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