Pen Testing And More With The New BackBox Linux 3.01

Are you looking for a collection of security tools for the following:

  • penetration testing
  • computer forensics
  • incident response
  • information gathering?

If so, then BackBox founder Raffaele Forte may have just what you need – an updated version of his Ubuntu-based distribution and live DVD.


The newest release offers the following enhancements over previous versions:

  • System improvements
  • Upstream components
  • Bug corrections
  • Performance boost
  • Improved auditing menu
  • Improved Wi-Fi dirvers (compat-wireless aircrack patched)
  • New and updated hacking tools (ex. backfuzz, beef, bluediving, cvechecker, htexploit, metasploit, set, sqlmap, websploit, weevely, wpscan, zaproxy, etc.)

BackBox Linux 3.01

BackBox is a project made by just a few people but with a growing community and version 3.01 is available now as either a 32bit or 64bit ISO. Personally I think it is well worth checking out.

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