Posts Tagged "backtrack 4"

Penetration Testing With BackTrack v.3.0 Alive!

Penetration Testing with BackTrack v3.0 now available and better than ever!

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PWB v3.0 – Offensive Security Online Training at its Best

Penetration Testing with BackTrack updates

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PWB V.3.0 Available March 21st, 2010

The Offensive Security team is excited to announce the release date of v3.0 of the Pentesting With BackTrack Course.  On March 21, 2010 the course will be made live. The team has worked overtime to ensure the videos and labs are better than ever. With new modules, more in depth…

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Pentesting With BackTrack v.3.0

BackTrack 4 Downloads are still going strong with over 30,000 registered downloads up to now. We are currently working on updating our new course materials based on BackTrack 4. We expect the new version to be available soon. As always, alumni students will be able to upgrade their version of…

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BackTrack 4 Final Release

Taken  from the new BackTrack Site : BackTrack 4 Final is out and along with this release come some exciting news, updates, and developments. BackTrack 4 has been a long and steady road, with the release of abeta last year, we decided to hold off on releasing BackTrack 4 Final…

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News and Updates

We’ve got a bunch of exciting news, I’ll try to make this as short and concise as possible. The guys from the Metasploit project have teamed up with Offensive Security to significantly expand our current Metasploit Unleashed public course. Work is underway! Apropos MSFU, some statistics – over 3 million…

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BackTrack 4 Pre Final Kernel Update

We have pushed a new kernel to the repository and updated several drivers. The upgrade process is a bit convoluted, but has been streamlined for the future. For now, run these commands from your backtrack box to update to the latest kernel and drivers: apt-get update apt-get install -d linux-image…

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Kernel whoops in BackTrack 4

The latest Linux Kernel ‘sock_sendpage()’ NULL Pointer Dereference Vulnerability did not spare BackTrack 4 either.  We’ve taken this opportunity to upgrade the BackTrack 4 kernel and include the required security patch. The patched kernel source and image can be downloaded here : BackTrack 4 Kernel Image (2.6.30.4) BackTrack 4 Kernel…

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BackTrack 4 Pre Final – Feel the pwnsauce!

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!

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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Installing VMWare Workstation 6.5.2 On BackTrack 4

As usual, brand new kernel woes with VMware. Here’s a quick way to patch up VMware 6.5.2 to get the modules to compile.  Start by downloading and installing VMWare Workstation 6.5.2.

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Keeping BackTrack up to Date

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.

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Installing BackTrack 4 as a VMware Guest

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 Pre Final – Public Release and Download

The Remote Exploit Team is ecstatic to announce the public release of BackTrack 4 Pre Final (codename “pwnsauce“). A VMWare Image of BT4 will be released in a few days.  We have major changes in BackTrack, and have tried to document and summarize them as best as possible. See the…

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BackTrack 4 and Directory Encryption

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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