Security Module Request

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Security Module Request

Post#1 by mbzadegan » 27 Sep 2014, 10:07

Hi,
I'm new to porteus and want to penetration test with it too.
Is it possible to make a pentest module that contain famous security pentesting tools such as nmap, metasploit, spike, peach, or other .XZ tools on http://mirror.clibre.uqam.ca/blackarch/ ... h/os/i686/ ?
Or Does it possible to link these tools to porteus repository to installing easily?
Thanks So much.

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Re: Security Module Request

Post#2 by bdheeman » 27 Sep 2014, 11:13

I think, you can easily build Porteus modules or bundle of all the said packages yourself using usm; try searching and downloading Slackware packages and covert them to modules.

See also:
http://ebba.ddns.net/pub/Linux/SlackBui ... git.tar.xz
https://github.com/robertdavidgraham/masscan

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Re: Security Module Request

Post#3 by mbzadegan » 27 Sep 2014, 12:08

Ok, But it's too Time-consuming!
Is that possible to add that repository to Slackware or Porteus?

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Re: Security Module Request

Post#4 by Slaxmax » 27 Sep 2014, 13:46

USM help you
If usm not help, you can download from http://pkgs.org/
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Re: Security Module Request

Post#5 by francois » 27 Sep 2014, 13:51

These package do not seem available in form of binaries for slackware. I would be surprised that these packages will be transformed by anyone here on porteus into slackware or porteus packages just to please you, though we would surely like to keep your interest in porteus linux. Have a look at debian (simpler choice) or archlinux (tougher choice) to see if they do not have these prebuilt already. Otherwise, there will be much more work than you thought about getting them working on any linux distribution.

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Re: Security Module Request

Post#6 by donald » 28 Sep 2014, 07:39

mbzadegan wrote:Ok, But it's too Time-consuming!
If it is so,
then simply download backtrack5 or kali-linux for this purpose.
...because the same applies to us....

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Re: Security Module Request

Post#7 by francois » 28 Sep 2014, 11:26

backtrack5 this the solution! 8)
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Re: Security Module Request

Post#8 by mbzadegan » 28 Sep 2014, 11:36

http://www.downloadwireless.net/modulos ... 6-14sw.xzm
http://www.downloadwireless.net/modulos ... 86-2sw.xzm

If they did not work right on porteus, Just need to migrate to another slackware base such as wifislax 8)

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