ArchPwn

ArchPwn

Web site: www.archpwn.org (not active)
Origin: Italy
Category: Security
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Arch Linux
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2.0 RC1 ? | 2010 ?

ArchPwn – a security based Linux Live CD/DVD system that aims to be a fully working swiss army knife for pentesting purpose (GPL licensed).

It’s based on the ArchLinux distribution, and inherits from this her philosophy.

The ArchPawn distribution is build using the linux-live scripts.

The live session user: arch; password: arch
Root password: ArchLinux

The project developer is Francesco Piccinno.

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ArchPwn 1.0 i386 1.2GB.iso
md5sum: ac98a1772636189f561c42ffd817151e

 

Adamantix

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Web site: www.adamantix.org (not active)
Origin: Netherlands
Category: Security
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Debian
Wikipedia (RU): Adamantix
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 2.0 alpha | March 15, 2007

Adamantix (also known as Trusted Debian) – a Linux distribution based on Debian and focused on tasks requiring increased security measures. The name of the distribution comes from the fictional substance Adamant, which has super strength.

Adamantix uses a robust and flexible access control system RSBAC instead of the standard UNIX, which is not able to protect the target system in the event of the superuser’s account being compromised.

Adamantix was the first distro with buffer overflow protection integrated into the kernel and compiler.

Adamantix presents a ready-made and easy-to-use security policy. To download and activate it requires only one team. After that, Adamantix works like a regular Unix-like operating system.

The Adamantix kernel was compiled with SSP, XFS, loop-AES support, a PaX protection patch was added, an MS (Malware Scan) module with ClamAV support, transparent proxy and MPPE, as well as a number of other options.

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SecUntu

SecUntu

Web site: linux.philosweb.com/secuntu/
Origin: ?
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Unity
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 0.7 | February 27, 2013

SecUntu – a secured Linux distribution based on Ubuntu.

SecUntu aims to provide a bootable light distribution based on the latest version of Ubuntu, with the latest updates and only the necessary applications to perform the on-line activity you need without storing personal information in sessions, cookies or exposing you to other vulnerabilities.

The live system features such components:
– Mozilla Firefox
– Google Chrome
– Remastersys
– BleachBit
– Ubuntu Tweak
– ClamAV
– ClamTK
– DropBox
– Firestarter
– GNote (replacement for Tomboy)
– KeePass
– TrueCrypt
– additional mods, add-ons and plug-ins

The latest version of SecUntu 0.7 is based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin.
The live user name and password: secuser

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SecUntu 0.7 i386 1.24GB.iso
md5sum: d81b22cd6de52b1d0826816a63f5a32c

 

ArcheryOS

ArcheryOS

Web site: www.archeryos.org (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Penetration
Desktop environment: i3
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Arch Linux
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2018.04.22 | April 22, 2018

ArcheryOS – a custom pentesting distro based on Arch Linux. It was released under two versions, one with OpenRC and the second one with Systemd.

It has a curses installer, some preinstalled applications such as i3, ranger, polybar, and firefox. It has a pentesting focus, but only has about 30 tools preinstalled, as not to provide hundreds of similar tools, that are ultimately useless.

Firefox has some about:config tweaks built in, and some privacy addons preinstalled. There is also offline Documentation, written in latex, containing the pentesting tools installed, and the i3 keybinds.

 

WarLinux

WarLinux

Web site: sourceforge.net/projects/warlinux/
Origin: ?
Category: Security
Desktop environment: text
Architecture: x86
Based on: Independent
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.5 | September 17, 2002

WarLinux – a micro/small Linux distribution for Wardrivers. It is available on a disk and bootable CD.

It’s main intended use is for systems administrators that want to audit and evaluate thier wireless network installations. Should be handy for wardriving also.

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WarLinux 0.5 i386 53MB.iso
md5sum: 3af42cfebb025e769502ae1dfaf93baa

 

ekkoBSD

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Web site: www.ekkobsd.org (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Security
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: OpenBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: ? | July 2004 ?

ekkoBSD – a core OS offers security, stability, and flexibility to your infrastructure. As a default installation, it gives you an email server, Web Server, ssh, and several other services that would normally need to be added and secured. The goal of the ekkoBSD project is to provide a safe, secure, and simple to administer network operating system.

The project was founded and managed by Rick Collette, and coded by other programmers as well.

A concept that had been with ekkoBSD since its beginning were the implementations of “Single Servers”. These are much like the single-floppy firewalls, rescue discs, etc. found within PicoBSD.

The ekkoBSD project’s end was announced on the home page on July 18, 2004.

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SamuraiSTFU

SamuraiSTFU

Web site: www.samuraistfu.org
Origin: ?
Category: Security, Penetration
Desktop environment: KDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Kubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Virtual Disk Image
The last version | Released: 1.9 | September 22, 2016
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SamuraiSTFU (Security Testing Framework for Utilities) – a specialized Linux distribution based on Kubuntu.

SamuraiSTFU provides pre-installed:
– tools for penetration testing of wired and wireless networks
– tools for testing traditional applications and networks
– built-in tools for testing devices
– specialized testing tools for the energy sector.

Goals of SamuruaiSTFU:
– Leverage last 5 years of experience developing and managing the SamuraiWTF (Web Testing Framework) project
– Live DVD / VM for performing penetration tests on control systems
** Primary audiences are utilities and vendors in the energy sector
** Secondary audience are utilities from other sectors such as gas, water, oil, and control systems in general
** Tertiary audiences are security contractors and independent researchers
– Include “cream of the crop” free and open source tools for all aspects of SG Pentesting
** Best web pentesting tools (small subset of SamuraiWTF)
** Best network pentesting tools (small subset of Backtrack)
** Best hardware pentesting tools (not currently included on any distribution)
– Extra features designed for utility security teams and security firms trying to gain utility experience:
** Include documentation on tools, architecture, methodology, and protocols
** Include simulated Smart Grid systems for educational purposes
** Include sample packet captures and data dumps for exercises

SamuraiSTFU is available as a VMware virtual disk image.

The project developer is Justin Searle.

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SamuraiSTFU 1.9 i686 VMware 4.51GB.zip
md5sum: 5963c8c3ee78f02609866500ea2f8313

 

Honeywall

Honeywall

Web site: projects.honeynet.org/honeywall/
Origin: USA
Category: Security
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: CentOS
Wikipedia:
Media: Install CD
The last version | Released: 1.4 | April 25, 2009

Honeywall CDROM – a CentoOS based bootable CD that installs onto a hard drive and comes with all the tools and functionality for you to implement data capture, control and analysis. The intent is to make Honeynets easier to deploy and customize.

You simply boot off the CDROM, configure it based on your environment, and you should have a Honeywall gateway ready to go. The CDROM supports several configuration methods, including an interactive menu and .iso customization scripts. The CDROM is an appliance, based on a minimised and secured Linux OS.

The Honeywall CDROM is a collection of various OpenSource software. If not otherwise specified, the software on the CDROM falls under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
The project was developed by a non-profit organization Honeynet.

The latest version of Honeywall 1.4 was built on the top of CentOS 5.0.

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Honeywall CDROM 1.4 i386 318MB.iso
md5sum: cfdb515d096cb2a99e1782b1642b3cd2

 

Local Area Security

Local Area Security

Web site: www.localareasecurity.com (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.5 | March 6, 2004

Local Area Security (L.A.S.) – live-CD Linux distribution for information security professionals. It contains over 250 security tools including all the usual suspects (Nmap, Nessus, etc.) as well as many other great tools less well known. The ISO images are meant to be burned on 185MB and 210MB miniCDs which they update around twice a month. The distribution was available in 2 different versions of L.A.S. to fit two specific needs – MAIN and SECSERV.

The project was started in 2002 to research information security related topics. During that time there was no real live-CD toolkit focused on information security. So Jascha, the project founder built one from a stripped down version of Knoppix called Model-K. Both of which were built from Debian Linux. Up until version 0.4 L.A.S. Linux was command line only. After that, FluxBox was added as the desktop since it is light weight and very feature filled.

A few of the tools that wewe available in the distribution: etherape, mozillafirebird, argus-server, argus-client, arpwatch, bfbtester, cabextract, cflow, dlint, farpd, recover, gtkrecover, nasm, nast, strace, ltrace, sudo,valgrind, pnscan, isic, splint, sendip, scli, scanssh, rarpd, wellenreiter,router-audit-tool, httpush, bass, scansort, scanerrlog, idsa / idsaguardgtk, crank (for fun), ccrypt, ntfstools, pasmal, bruth, hlfl, less, smbfs, smstools, LinNeighborhood, snmp, snmpd, driftnet, Dillo, admsmp, admsnmp,arptool, di, hammerhead, flawfinder, foremost, md5deep, binutils, findutils,file, gall, libpst, libdbx, rda, ntreg, memfetch, stegdetect, mkpersistenthome, mkdosswap, pv, cscope, scanlogd, cgrep, bsed, vlad, warscan, zodiac, angst, hackbot, mieliekoek.pl, screamingcobra.pl, cmospwd, macchanger, vomit, atmelwlandriver, wlcardconfig, sshstart-knoppix.

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Local Area Security 0.5 i386 184MB.iso
md5sum: 543fe2f42472f73cdba8378d9cb58579

 

Live Hacking

Live Hacking

Web site: www.livehacking.com/live-hacking-cd/
Origin: USA
Category: Security,
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 1.3a | May 2009

Live Hacking – a Linux distribution packed with tools and utilities for ethical hacking, penetration testing and countermeasure verification.

Based on Ubuntu this ‘Live DVD” runs directly from the DVD and doesn’t require installation on your hard-drive. Once booted you can use the included tools to test, check, ethically hack and perform penetration tests on your own network to make sure that it is secure from outside intruders.

The Live Hacking DVD is designed for ethical computer hacking, meaning that it contains the tools and utilities you need to test and hack your own network but using the tools and techniques that more malicious hackers would use.

The Live Hacking Mini CD is a small Linux distribution designed for ethical computer hacking. Based on its bigger brother (the Live Hacking DVD) this mini distribution contains the tools and utilities you need to test and hack your own network by using the tools and techniques employed by more malicious hackers. To reduce this Linux distribution to a smaller size, the GNOME user interface has been removed, meaning that this is a command-line only distribution.

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Live Hacking 1.3a i386 1.0GB.iso
md5sum: 78876a830dc9bc779cd4b2fed10c61a1
Live Hacking 1.1 Mini i386 723MB.iso
md5sum: dd1d96aec7821e6b623c93a1c9569658