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    New Live Security Distribution

    Two developers from Texas, USA have released their first open-source project. Theis project is called PHLAK, short for Professional Hacker's Linux Assault Kit. Phlak is a LiveCD Linux distribution with a focus on pen-testing, forensics, and network analysis. It includes two lightweight GUIs (XFCE4 and Fluxbox) and loads of tools, including crackers, sniffers, MITM utilities, and data recovery and duplication utilities. It includes a seven-step GUI to install to your hard drive if you desire.

    The developers of PHLAK welcome you to their project site: http://www.phlak.org. Feel free to grab a copy and leave some feedback.

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    w00t ..what do you think will this be a popular distribution ?

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    w00t ..what do you think will this be a popular distribution ?
    Hell yeah.
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    So far we have been getting good feedback from the amount of users we have coming to the sight. We have yet to make it on Slashdot.org. Whenever that happens I look forward to the feedback we get from the user community.

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    Is their server down, or is that just me...? I keep getting "connection refused." DOS perhaps?

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    Is their server down, or is that just me...? I keep getting "connection refused." DOS perhaps?
    I had no problems connecting...

    If you just want the DL links...


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    Sounds like a pretty nice distro! lots of insentive for the beginner in security. I will be making a download of it later on hopefully. hopefully only because im still on 56k haha

    PeacE
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    This is great...woot...almost 90% of security tool from PLAK..already installed on my BSD laptop
    aide, airsnort, amap, argus-client, argus-server, arpd, arping, arpwatch, autopsy, bfbtester, biew, bing, cabextract, cflow, cheops, chkrootkit, chntpw, cracklib2, cryptcat, darkstat, dlint, dnswalk, driftnet, dsniff, echoping, etherape, ethereal, ethereal-commo, ethereal-dev, ettercap-commo, ettercap-gtk, farpd, fenris, flawfinder, fping, fragroute, fragrouter, freeswan, ftp-ssl, gdb, gnupg, gtkrecover, hammerhead, hping2, httptunnel, httpush, hunt, icmpinfo, icmpush, idswakeup, ipchains, iproute, iptraf, iputils-ping, irpas, isic, john, kismet, l2tpd, lde, libcrypt-blowf, libcrypt-cbc-p, libcrypt-ciphe, libcrypt-crack, libcrypt-gpg-p, libcrypt-hcesh, libcrypt-passw, libcrypt-rijnd, libcrypt-smbha, libcrypt-sslea, libcrypt-unixc, libcrypto++-de, libcrypto++-ut, libcrypto++5, lsof, ltrace, macchanger, mtr, nasm, nast, nbtscan, nemesis, nessus, nessus-plugins, nessusd, netsed, ngrep, nikto, nmap, nmapfe, nstreams, ntop, openssl, p0f, packit, paketto, partimage, pnscan, pptpd, rarpd, recover, scanssh, scli, secpanel, sendip, sing, sleuthkit, smb-nat, socat, spikeprox, splint, ssh, ssh-askpass-gn, ssldump, strace, stunnel, stunnel4, sudo, tcpdump, tcpflow, tcpreplay, tcpslice, tcptrace, tethereal, transproxy, tsocks, valgrind, wipe

    Hand-compiled Packages

    01-sdi-brutus-eng.pl, ADM-SAMBA-CLIENT, ADMsnmp, SPIKE, WAP_Assessment, babelweb, cmospwd, dcetest, dcfldd, dd_rescue, ddb-sfe, di, domainobsencontroll, fatback, ffp, grenzgaenger, hackbot, hellkit, hjksuite, hydra, ipsorc, isnprober, itunnel, lcrzeox, lj, login_hacker, mac-robber, manipulate_data, md5deep, memfetch, netcat(compiled statically with Big-Gaping Security Hole), numby, obiwan, objobf, ol2mbox, onesixtyone, pandora-linux, photorec, pwl9x, rda, redir, reverb, revinetd, samba-tng, sara, screamingCobra, secure_delete, sharefuzz, shiva, slogdump, snapscreenshot, tarballz, tct, thcrut, tnef, vmap, walker, wardrive, whisker, zylyx
    Thanks alot for the link..I've been downloading right now ..

    Cheerss
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    Hey thanks for the heads up ive checked it out and its very cool. Plus it introduced me to a new favorite GUI "XFCE4" man its IMO so much less bloated than KDE i think its great. i Gotta install it on my slackware box now.

    I only got one beef that is keeping me from giving it a 10. I couldnt find emacs anywheres on it. Maybe only a minor beef but as far as programming goes, for me emacs is a must. Other than that i thinks its great. Thanks A lot goonsqad.
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    Cool

    Intresting distro. Will have a look at it.

    Cheers
    antisecurityboy

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