Over this week the Linux Foundation announced a new distribution for BackBox Linux 3.05, which contains the kernel of Linux 3.2. This distribution is similar to backtrack and comes to test the security level of a system.
According to the developers, the operating system, which became the basis for Ubuntu 12.04, comes with a set of tools used to assess and detect lost or hidden data. As for the user’s environment, it is based on Xfce 4.8.
The developers have fixed a number of security vulnerabilities, improve productivity, start menu, drivers Wi-Fi (compat-wireless aircrack patched), and also added new and updated the old tools – bAutomater, inundator, Ettercap, Wireshark, SE Toolkit, Metasploit, sqlmap, BeEF, Recon -ng, zaproxy, Weevely, THC-IPV6, truecrack, Hashcat), and more.
You can download BackBox release on the following link: http://www.backbox.org/downloads