May 16, 2011

RTFL: Read The Freakin' License

After seeing this license agreement for the first time in a long long time I decided to say "hell no!" and delete the installation files. The installer was for a "free" FPS game called PRISM. But still, I shouldn't be surprised... it's a game sponsored by the US Army National Guard ;) Most probably came from the budget of the Patriot act (or some other citizen control law) :P

The moral: Read the F@#$%^ license agreement...


May 14, 2011

BackTrack 5 is out!

A new version of the security enthusiast's favorite linux pentesting distribution is now out. Updated with even more security tools also based on community suggestions. Now in an Ubuntu flavor with your choice of 32 or 64 bit and KDE or Gnome. A 32 bit VMware GNOME image is also available for download. If you use Backtrack as an installed system you won't unfortunately be able to upgrade from Backtrack 4.

Here is a promo video of of the new geek toy :)





Go ahead and visit the Backtrack 5 download page to fetch a copy of your most desired flavor!

Stay tuned for BT5 updates..