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KCPenTrix 1.0 PenTesting LiveCD released Print E-mail
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Security Projects Knowledgecave is proud to announce that KCPenTrix Ver 1.0 is now available.

KCPentrix is a LiveCD designed to be a standalone penetration testing toolkit for pentesters and security analysts.

KCPenTrix is based on SLAX, a Slackware Live CD and gentoo, auditor, and whoppix.

The powerful modularity which KCPenTrix uses, allow us easily customize our version, and include whichever modules we like from any Slax distribution.

I know there are already many LiveCDs that provide penetration testing, but they don't suit generally our full needs, so I created KCPentrix hoping to be another good Pentest distribution.

You can find more info at the KCPenTrix homepage.

Link brokenWritten by christine on 2008-03-26 12:13:07
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