Cyborg Hawk

Cyborg Hawk

Web site: cyborg.ztrela.com
Origin: India
Category: Security, Penetration
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86_64
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 1.1 | January 21, 2015

Cyborg Hawk – a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu platform with latest kernel for cyber security professionals, but can be used by everyone, however it is recommended to be not used by those who are unfamiliar with Linux as it contains major tools for penetration testing and cyber security purpose.

Key features of Cyborg Hawk
– More than 750+ penetration testing tools included.
– Cyborg Hawk is totally Free and always will be.
– Can be used as live OS with full capability.
– Exploitation Toolkit, Stress Testing, Reverse Engineering, Forensics, Mobile Security, Wireless Security.
– Full virtual machine support. (version v1.1 ).
– Now comes with its own repository.
– Reliable and stable.
– Various Wireless devices support.
– Well sorted menu,everything is in just the right place.
– Patched kernal from injection.

Cyborg Hawk default live system username is: cyborg
Live user password is: toor

The Cyborg Hawk Linux is created by the team of Ztrela Knowledge Solutions Pvt. Ltd. India.

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Cyborg Hawk Linux 1.1 amd64 3.15GB.iso
md5sum: 4978e8f4009f60d0bd00bf9819352f37

 

ELE

ELE

Web site: www.northernsecurity.net (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: Damn Small Linux
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 0.0.2 ? | March 23, 2005 ?

ELE (Everything Leaves Encrypted) – a bootable Live CD Linux distribution based on Damn Small Linux.

The ELE lets users to use encrypted and private web browsing and IM.

Author: Thomas Sjogren of the northernsecurity.net

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ELE 0.0.2 i386 62MB.iso
md5sum: 8ce2dadd00969f7039d342f9983fb424

 

REMnux

REMnux

Web site: zeltser.com/remnux/
Origin: USA
Category: Security
Desktop environment: LXDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: OVA
The last version | Released: 6.0 | June 8, 2015
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: REMnux

REMnux – a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu, incorporates many free tools for analyzing Windows and Linux malware, examining browser-based threats such as obfuscated JavaScript, exploring suspicious document files and taking apart other malicious artifacts.

Investigators can also use the distro to intercept suspicious network traffic in an isolated lab when performing behavioral malware analysis.

The REMnux distribution includes many free tools useful for examining malicious software. These utilities are set up and tested to make it easier for you to perform malware analysis tasks without needing to figure out how to install them. The tools installed on REMnux can help you:
– Examine browser malware
– Analyze malicious document files
– Extract and decode suspicious artifacts
– Handle laboratory network interactions
– Review multiple malware samples
– Examine properties and contents of suspicious files
– Investigate Linux and Windows malware
– Perform memory forensics

The project let’s you use the tools in two ways:
– via the OVA virtual appliance
– via set of applications which can be installed on the top of Ubuntu distribution

The latest version 6.0 was released in June 2015.

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REMnux 6.0 Virtual Image i686 2.0GB.ova
md5sum: 606159d4be7da3df0505592a09af6ba3

 

Mandragora

Mandragora Linux

Web site: magiansystems.com
Origin: ?
Category: Security
Desktop environment: GNOME
Architecture: x86
Based on: Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: OVA
The last version | Released: 2012.1 | May 21, 2012

Mandragora Linux (previously: QuantOS) – a hardened Linux desktop for use in Digital Forensics-Incident Response (DFIR) and Vulnerability Assessments. Mandragora leverages AppArmor security profiles and auditing, LXC Container Sandboxing (Arkose) and Tor and I2P for enhanced privacy.

Mandragora is built upon Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and uses the GNOME3 Classic desktop environment.

It includes some specialist pre-installed applications, such as: Bless, Cryptcat, Dcfldd, DFF, Dsniff, Ettercap, Etherape, Foremost, Fcrackzip, Gddrescue, Guymager, Hping3, John the Ripper, LATK, Netcat, Netexpect, Nikto, Nmap, Ophcrack, OWASP ZAP, Pasco, PDFcrack, Privoxy, Rifiuti2, Scalpel, Scapy, Spikeproxy, Sqlmap, TestDisk, Tor, Torsocks, Tshark, Tcpxtract, Vidalia, W3af, Web-sorrow, Wireshark, Xplico, Zenmap,

User name and password is: mandragora

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Mandragora Linux Virtual Image i686 2.54GB.ova
md5sum: fc2b3e10e01a6e871ea66b92413cfada

 

quantOS

quantOS

Web site: www.quantsec.com (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Gnome
Architecture: x86
Based on: Linux Mint
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 201101 | June 15, 2011

quantOS – a hardened Linux distribution for secure daily use, based on Linux Mint 11.

quantOS leverages AppArmor application security profiles, Arkose Desktop Application Sandboxing and Vidalia for creating secure Tor connections for enhanced privacy.

The live system uses GNOME 2 desktop environment and is available for i686 machines. It is shipped with a standard set of GNOME applications with addition of a set of specialist tools, such as: KeePassX password manager, Vidalia Tor GUI, Zenmap and Wireshark network scanners, etc.

The system developer is Scott Mortimer.

The project changed its name in 2012 to Mandragora Linux.

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quantOS 201101 i686 991MB.iso
md5sum: 2503180d994931ca29214dc82efcfacc

 

Bugtraq

Bugtraq

Web site: bugtraq-team.com (not active)
Origin: Spain
Category: Security, Penetration
Desktop environment: GNOME, KDE, Xfce
Architecture: x86, x86_64
Based on: Debian, openSUSE, Ubuntu
Wikipedia:
Media: Live DVD
The last version | Released: 2 | April 28, 2013
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Bugtraq

Bugtraq – a GNU/Linux distribution aimed at digital forensics, penetration testing, Malware Laboratories, and GSM Forensics.

Bugtraq features a large set of arsenal of pentesting tools including mobile forensic tools, malware testing laboratories and tools specifically designed by the Bugtraq-Community, audit tools for GSM, wireless, bluetooth and RFID, integrated Windows tools, tools focused on ipv6, and typical pentesting and forensics tools.

The live system is built on Ubuntu, Debian and OpenSuse, with Xfce, GNOME and KDE desktops, and is available in 11 different languages.

The live system user name is: bugtraq
Password: 123456

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Bugtraq II Xfce x86_64 3.48GB.iso
md5sum: 91b80387da06afaa0c326f1b4de57b98

 

Lightweight Portable Security

Lightweight Portable Security

Web site: www.spi.dod.mil/lipose.htm (not active)
Origin: USA
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Xfce
Architecture: x86
Based on: Thinstation
Wikipedia: Lightweight Portable Security
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.7.0 | July 20, 2016
Zobacz po polsku Zobacz po polsku: Lightweight Portable Security

Lightweight Portable Security – a Linux live distribution developed by the United States Department of Defense’s Software Protection Initiative that is designed to serve as a secure end node.

LPS runs in live mode and boots only in RAM, and supports DoD-approved Common Access Card (CAC) readers, as required for authenticating users on DoD networks. LPS is designed to run from read-only media and without any persistent storage. Any malware that might infect a computer can only run within that session.

It features a minimal set of applications such as Firefox web browser and an encryption wizard for encrypting and decrypting personal files, on the top of Xfce desktop environment.

LPS-Public is a safe, general-purpose solution for using web-based applications and accessing CAC and PIV-enabled web pages.
LPS-Public Deluxe includes the open-source LibreOffice software suite, and Adobe Reader.

Lightweight Portable Security has been re-named in 2017 to Trusted End Node Security (TENS).

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Lightweight Portable Security 1.5.0 i686 287MB.iso
md5sum: fe3009124e528b9cef213b0779a7a1eb

 

Liberté Linux

Liberté Linux

Web site: https://dee.su/liberte
Origin: Russia
Category: Security
Desktop environment: LXDE
Architecture: x86
Based on: Gentoo
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2012.3 | September 1, 2012

Liberté Linux – a secure, reliable, lightweight and easy to use Gentoo-based LiveUSB/SD/CD Linux distribution with the primary purpose of enabling anyone to communicate safely and covertly in hostile environments. Whether you are a privacy advocate, a dissident, or a sleeper agent, you are equally likely to find Liberté Linux useful as a mission-critical communication aid.

Liberté Linux is shipped with the Hardened Gentoo kernel, which includes all grsecurity/PaX security enhancements — radically improving system’s resistance to software exploits. Measures like service privileges separation provide additional protection.

All persistent changes are kept in a secure LUKS/OTFE volume, easily accessible from any operating system. This includes application settings that are archived upon shutdown, as well as any documents explicitly stored in the encrypted volume. The OTFE volume is just a file on the boot media that can be copied, backed up, or transparently resized from inside Liberté.

All networking activities like browsing and chatting are automatically Torified, with I2P locations transparently available as well. After the system receives a network address, the only external traffic it emits is encrypted communication on HTTP(S) ports (used by Tor). No other traffic is sent — not even DNS requests. I2P traffic is routed through Tor, too: you will be able to use I2P even behind the most restrictive firewalls. In addition, a special Unsafe Browser is available for the express purpose of registration in open Wi-Fi hotspots, if necessary. Liberté can be also booted in non-anonymous mode, with all other security features left intact.

Besides the encrypted volume on the boot media, Liberté leaves no traces in the system without explicit user consent (such as manually creating files on external automuonted media). Moreover, all volatile memory is thoroughly erased upon shutdown in order to prevent cold boot attacks — whether an orderly shutdown, or an immediate one due to abrupt removal of the boot media.

The project developer is Maxim Kammerer.

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Liberté Linux 2012.3 Live i686 217MB.iso
md5sum: 93ff40dfdf84b397c880cb6c41f31ab2
Liberté Linux 2012.3 Virtual Machine Image 218MB.ova
md5sum: 4757cab4ee02025d096f8d26513e5c35

 

INSERT

INSERT

Web site: www.inside-security.de
Origin: Germany
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Fluxbox
Architecture: x86
Based on: Knoppix
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1.3.9b | February 27, 2007

INSERT (Inside Security Rescue Toolkit) – a self-contained linux system with graphical user interface that boots from a credit card-sized CD-ROM. It is heavily based on KNOPPIX which is based on Debian, some ideas were taken from DamnSmallLinux as well.

On INSERT you’ll find a lot of useful applications to aid you in various situations:
– network analysis (e.g. tcpdump, nmap, iptraf)
– data recovery (e.g. partimage, gpart, testdisk)
– virus scanning (clam antivirus, F-Prot-downloader with GUI xfprot)
– full write support for NTFS-partitions using ntfs-3g or ntfsmount
– computer forensics (e.g. chkrootkit, rkhunter, foremost)
– surf the internet (e.g. and advanced version of the web browser dillo)

You have access to some important applications via the Fluxbox menu, which can be reached with a right mouse click over the background.
Additionally you will find a few tools in the Tools directory on the CD which can be of use when running Windows (e.g. ext2ifs, putty, winscp).

You work as user insert by default. To work as root you can prefix commands with sudo , change identity with su – or just open a terminal with a root shell.

Author of INSERT is Matthias Mikuletz.
the project was under development between 2003 and 2007.

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INSERT 1.3.9b i386 61MB.iso
md5sum: 11d0553d7539dc603dd2be3cb4718864

 

BlackRoute

BlackRoute

Web site: blackroute.org (not active)
Origin: Unknown
Category: Security
Desktop environment: Window Maker
Architecture: x86
Based on: Slackware
Wikipedia:
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 1 | August 4, 2007

BlackRoute – a Slackware based Linux distribution for security and forensic analysis, created for x86 compatible architectures. What is so special about BlackRoute is the fact that it tries to create an Open Source Linux distribution for advanced users, security and network specialists and system administrators.

BlackRoute 0.1 is based on Slackware Linux 11.0 to be more precise and it’s powered by the 2.6.20.11 Linux kernel and WindowMaker window manager.

It contains a lot of applications for forensic analysis tasks, the largest exploits collection ever, such as:
– Disk Management tools: di, diskWriggler, ddrescue, gparted, partimage, parted, testdisk
– Emulators: DosBox, DOSEMU, QEMU, WINE, ZSNES
– Frameworks: Metasploit Framework v3, Web Application Attack, Audit Framework
– Password Crackers: Bob the Boucher, chntpw, John the Ripper, Hydra, ophcrack, samdump2, sipcrack, vnccrack
– Rootkits: BackDoor_LKM, enyelkm_v1.1, mood-nt, mood-nt_2.3, phalanx-b6, StMichael_LKM-0.13
– Wireless tools: AirCrack-NG, NDIS wrapper, HostAP, hotspotter, madWiFi, XAMPP 1.6.3a

BlackRoute can also be used for system rescue tasks, distributed computing or as a simple workstation. It contains support for many file systems, such as: ext2, ext3, reiserfs, reiser4, xfs, jfs, vfat, ntfs, udf, aufs, squashfs, iso9660, and FUSE, that comes with a lot of implementations, like curlftpFS, EncFS, FosFAT, FUSEISO, HTTPFS, LoggedFS, mp3FS, NTFS-3G, SSHFS, UnionFS and WikipediaFS.

The live system is built using Slax Linux-Live scripts.

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BlackRoute 0.1 i386 599MB.iso
md5sum: f485e728eaf62808d0c865a496306f02