Blackbuntu CE v0.2 Released

As we have discussed about different penetration testing distribution before here. Now a new distribution is among us and this is BlackBuntu new edition.

The Blackbuntu Community Edition is a Linux Live-CD based on Ubuntu 10.10 which was specially designed for security training students and practitioners of information security.

It supports the following list penetration testing methodologies:
  • Information Gathering
  • Network Mapping
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Privilege Escalation
  • Maintaining Access
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • Digital Forensics
  • Web Application Analysis
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Wireless Analysis
  • Security Distributions
  • Malicious Code Analysis
  • AntiSpyware & AntiVirus Tools
  • Password Recovery & Managers

Now the new CE v0.2 is available and the features and bug fixed:

  • Remove acroread
  • Added Start/Stop Service Menu like <<Back|Track (Apache,MySQL,SSH,TFTPD,Xplico)
  • Added Videosnarf
  • Added Xplico
  • Added fragrouter.
  • Added Nemesis.
  • Added Bizploit
  • Added weevely
  • Added Matahari
  • Added Plecost
  • Added Pynject
  • Added SAP script from
  • Added numlockx (Credit to anidear).
  • Recompile Kismet-new core to support Linux Netlink(LibNL/nl80211).
  • Kernel modules patched it all up for packet injection/fragmentation/channel hopping, etc for wireless(Credit to Alex Ploiter)
  • Upgrade dradis 2.4.1 to 2.6 
  • Update and integration of all the tools previosly available in Release 0.1 
  • Fixed 0trace - usleep not found on the system(credit Bruno Criado) 
  • Fixed Pentbox menu error and directory permission. 
  • Fixed menu wireshark doesn't run as root. 
  • Enable "ctrl+alt+backspace" Key Sequence to kill the X server (Credit to anidear). 
  • Removed unnecessary service on statup

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Blackbuntu CE v0.2 Released Reviewed by Ethical Hacking on 12:21 PM Rating: 5


  1. I think backtrack is just more than what we need. Black Ubuntu can be called as security based edition of Ubuntu.

  2. Its not BlackUbuntu its blackbuntu


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