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    Lightbulb Convert your ubuntu box into a penetration testing machine.!

    Who says you need to be on backtrack or red hat or so to penetration test,
    found this awesome link some weeks back while googling something, it have all the tools you would ever need!

    List of Security Tools Available in Ubuntu*|*Ubuntu Geek
    Whether You Think You can or You can't, You are Right.

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    really awesome collection thanks for that bro

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    Getting all the backtrack repository, follow below steps:

    get the GPG key:
    wget -q http://archive.offensive-security.com/backtrack.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -

    Add the main repo:
    sudo echo "deb Default Parallels Plesk Panel Page pwnsauce main microverse macroverse restricted universe multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list

    Add the testing repo:
    sudo echo "deb http://sun.offensive-security.com/repotest/ ./" >> /etc/apt/sources.list

    then use synaptic manager..and choose all available softwares...

    I have checked backtrack repository and found many usefull softwares..

    Backtrack do not give synaptic manager facility. we can install it using "apt-get synaptic" and easiliy maintain backtrack..

    I have seen Nexpose, saint 7.8.9 in repository and source also available there..

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    Getting all the backtrack repository, follow below steps:

    get the GPG key:
    wget -q http://archive.offensive-security.com/backtrack.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -

    Add the main repo:
    sudo echo "deb Default Parallels Plesk Panel Page pwnsauce main microverse macroverse restricted universe multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list

    Add the testing repo:
    sudo echo "deb http://sun.offensive-security.com/repotest/ ./" >> /etc/apt/sources.list

    then use synaptic manager..and choose all available softwares...

    I have checked backtrack repository and found many usefull softwares..

    Backtrack do not give synaptic manager facility. we can install it using "apt-get synaptic" and easiliy maintain backtrack..

    I have seen Nexpose, saint 7.8.9 in repository and source also available there..

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