HackShark

hackshark

Web site: hackshark.com/linux (not active) Origin: unknown Category: Pentest Desktop environment: MATE Architecture: x86 Based on: Fedora Wikipedia: Media: Live DVD The last version | Released: 3.1 | August 24, 2013 HackShark – a Fedora based lightweight distribution for penetration testing, cyber forensic investigation and vulnerability assessment purpose. The distribution uses the MATE desktop environment … Read moreHackShark

WHYDAH

whydah

Web site: airteam.sourceforge.io Origin: unknown Category: Pentest Desktop environment: Fluxbox Architecture: x86 Based on: Slax Wikipedia: Media: Live CD The last version | Released: 2.0 | May 6, 2013 WHYDAH – a fast, lightweight and easy Slax based Linux live distribution focused on wireless security testing, automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards, … Read moreWHYDAH

9atom

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Web site: quanstro.net/plan9/9atom/ Origin: unknown Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86, x86_64 Based on: Plan9 Wikipedia: Media: The last version | Released: April 30, 2013 9atom – an operating system based on Plan 9. 9atom (amd64 usb image, 386 iso) augments the Plan 9 distribution with the addition of a 386 PAE kernel, an … Read more9atom

Comal

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Web site: sourceforge.net/projects/comal/ Origin: unknown Category: Desktop Desktop environment: IceWM Architecture: x86 Based on: Slackware Wikipedia: Media: Live CD The last version | Released: 135h | November 24, 2013 Comal – a Linux distribution derived from Slackware Linux. It is packaged as a live CD. Comal-Linux is an unofficial Muslim edition of Slackware. Features: – … Read moreComal

CyberOS

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Web site: cyberospage.sourceforge.io Origin: Category: Desktop Desktop environment: CLI Architecture: x86 Based on: MikeOS Wikipedia: Media: Live The last version | Released: May 2013 CyberOS – a 16 Bit Opensource Operating System, based on MikeOS 4.1. It includes a text-mode dialog and menu-driven interface, and over 60 System Calls, and a Basic Interpreter and Programs … Read moreCyberOS