Advanced Persistent Security

Last Updated on: 19th October 2023, 04:20 pm

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Category: Security, Pentest
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Debian
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 5.4 | December 31, 2017
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Advanced Persistent Security – a Debian based specialist Linux distribution for digital forensics and penetration testing.

The system is designed from a core that avoids the detection of sdhash and Memory analysis and to navigate without being detected or registered by any search engine or online platform denying all types of response to servers.

Built-in security allows anonymous browsing by filtering requests external identification, Exit Tor Nodes and using the TOR Fingerprinting structure.
The system will deny the pings, scan nmap and any type of test that is made to the system, Protecting from the core.

The mechanism of the system will prevent the retrieval of information or any forence attempt by creating a different identity at each beginning of the system and permanently erasing the previous identity.

With a click on you can hide your activity, delete safely with different modules, each identity is different to avoid the digital forensic analysis.

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