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    Biatchux Bootable CDrom

    Announcing a new release of Biatchux (v0.1.0.6b), and introducing BiatchuxLite (which includes ONLY the bootable linux image, NO static binaries, etc...) Many tools added(including a new forensic...
  2. Poll: New Version of Biatchux available at sourceforge

    I've made significant updates to the Biatchux iso based on recommendations from the Forensics community. I've corrected some issues with greater than 2G file handling and added some menu functions. ...
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    If all you are trying to do is reset the...

    If all you are trying to do is reset the administrator password on a box that you have physical access to, try out Petter Nordahl's Offline NT Password & Registry editor. Works on NT, Win2k, even...
  4. Poll: Read the FAQ, when the project site goes up at...

    Read the FAQ, when the project site goes up at http://biatchux.sourceforge.net

    Just thought I'd let folks get an early preview...

    FYI, I found in additional testing that I forgot to include...
  5. I'm looking for a linux tool that will be used...

    I'm looking for a linux tool that will be used during forensics analysis by mounting the fat/ntfs partition and extract the hashes from the SAM file similar to what pwdump and l0phtcrack are...
  6. extracting NT/Win2k password hashes under linux?

    What Linux tools out there support the extraction of password hashes from NT/Win2k SAM files for offline password grinding?

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  7. Poll: New Forensics/Recovery/Virus Scanning/PenTesting Bootable cd - Biatchux

    hey all,

    I haven't made a formal announcement via freshmeat or sourceforge yet, but I've been working on a bootable distribution for the purpose of easing on the spot Forensics analysis, data...
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    router question

    After you have successfully gone to 'enable' functions, You should be able to execute a 'reload' command to reboot the router.

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