BackBox Linux 3 review

Privilege escalation: Offline password cracking applications.
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Privilege escalation: Online password cracking applications.
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Privilege escalation: Sniffing applications.
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Privilege escalation: Spoofing applications.
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Maintaining Access: Tunneling applications.
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Maintaining Access: Web backdoor applications.
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Reverse Engineering Applications.
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Social Engineering: Honeypots applications.
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Forensic Analysis: Acquisition applications.
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Forensic Analysis: Data recovery applications.
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Forensic Analysis: File analysis applications.
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Wireless Analysis: Wireless cracking (aircracking-ng) applications.
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Wireless Analysis: Wireless scanning applications.
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Miscellaneous: Stress-testing applications.
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Miscellaneous: Wiping applications.
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Resources: You may download a 32- or 64-bit installation of BackBox 3 from here.

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  1. made a reviw of Linux Backbox here http://divtech.pp.ua/?p=287

  2. Pingback: Links 31/10/2012: Valve Likes GNU/Linux. EFF Does Not Like Unity in Ubuntu 12.10 | Techrights

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