As you might not have noticed, there is an inovation in the last release of the Backtrack 3 Beta. A new posibility to instal applications via the new graphical interface (GUI) called gslapt (a slap-get add-on). The problem is that something went wrong either during the making or compiling process of the installed version. It just doesn’t work. Instead of gslap showing you the avilable packages you want to get, it only shows you the ones already installed.
Remote-Exploit released BackTrack 3 Final version. Possible downloads are CD image, USB image and VMware image. Links (+ MD5 and SHA1) to download all the version are: CD Image (bt3-final.iso), size 695 MB (MD5: f79cbfbc d25147df 32f5f6df a287c2d9, SHA1: 471f0e41 93136651 7ea8bffe 910fb09a 815e42c7), USB Version (bt3final_usb.iso), size 784 MB (MD5: 5d27c768 e9c2fef6 1bbc208c 78dadf22, SHA1: 3aceedea 0e8e70ff f2e7f7a7 f3039704 014e980f)
New lzm pack released. What is Aircrack? Aircrack-ng is an 802.11 WEP and WPA-PSK keys cracking program that can recover keys once enough data packets have been captured. It implements the standard FMS attack along with some optimizations like KoreK attacks, as well as the all-new PTW attack, thus making the attack much faster compared to other WEP cracking tools. In fact, Aircrack-ng is a set of tools for auditing wireless networks.
Remote-Exploit released BackTrack 3 pre-release of the final version. In the short the Final version will be released. Link for download is available on the remote-exploit’s freenode irc channel. After some testinig and fine-tuning, the Final version will be released. It is exepected in a week (around June 20th). It’s interesting that the pre-release does not have a bugtracker, but there probably is a reason for that decision.