Using commercial tools in Backtrack 3

Posted by fneagle on Nov 4, 2008 5:28 AM EDT; By Frank Neugebauer
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In a previous article Linux-Tip explained how to install the current release (Backtrack 3 Final) in a virtual environment using VMWare. The goal was to run Backtrack 3 from the hard disk connected to a Wireless USB Adapter and to use the tool Kismet. It further explains how to collect valid wireless networks and to display them on Google Earth’s worldwide map system. In this article we’ll show how to add Nessus and to use the already integrated SAINT vulnerability scanner and Maltego. We’ll update Fast-Track and will show how to use the web-based interface.

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