Another article about a Linux distribution designed for penetration testers, hackers, security professionals or those who would like to play with tools and applications used by those groups. The first two articles were about BackTrack, which you may read at BackTrack 5 Revolution 2 screen shots and Install BackTrack 5 Revolution 2 on external hard drive.
While BackTrack is based on Ubuntu Desktop, Matrius is based on Debian. This article, similar to the first BackTrack article (referenced above), brings to your viewing pleasure screen shots that show the type of applications available on Matrius 1.2 Krypton, the latest edition.
Like BackTrack, Matrius is made available for download as an installable Live DVD ISO image weighing in at about 2.1 GB. The boot menu is shown below.
If you are impressed by what you have seen, you may download Matrius from here. Note: Matrius 1.2 Krypton uses the GNOME 2 desktop environment. Specifically, GNOME 2.30.