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Thread: Preferred Live-CD Toolkit?

  1. #11
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    I am unsure weather Bart's PE is classified as a Live-CD Toolkit but I have been using it and realy like it. It alows you to build a fully customizeable boot disk that will load a mini XP enviroment with free tools that you compiled into the cd. You can add tools such as spyware scanners, virus scanners, process managers, hijack this, startup managers and such. I Found it very usefull in the past and have just recently started using it again.

    http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/

  2. #12
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    I used Knoppix STD. Primarily use it for etheeal, but I guess I could use another for the same application.

  3. #13
    Howdy.

    Well i must admit, i've got the Phlak addiction. {Check my profile picture } anyhow i like it because it's light, and doesn't consume a heap of computer resource's.
    It comes with a heap of security tools to play with.
    And i love it as i can boot it up on any computer, and just use Ctrl-D and i'm instantly on the Sneaky desktop so any suspecting person would think i'm using XP..

    I used to use knoppix, but i personally found it to be a system resource hog. and it really hasn't got a lot of updated tools.

    anyhow all in all i would choose Phlak everytime.

    cheers
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