Rilasciato DEFT Linux 7.1

DEFT è una distribuzione live di software libero, creata da Stefano Fratepietro per usi legati alla Computer Forensics (informatica forense in Italia) e alla sicurezza informatica. {Wikipedia}

Lo scorso 2 Aprile 2012 DEFT è stato aggiornato raggiungendo la versione 7.1 la quale percepisce le seguenti migliorie:

Bug Fix:
Hb4most and xterm’s problem fixed
Gparted

Updated packages:
libewf-20120304
bulk_extractor-1.2.0.tar.gz
guymager 0.6.5-1
iPhone Backup Analyzer 10/2012
Xplico 1.0

Computer Forensics side new tools:
UsnJrnl-parser
lslnk

New implementations
After the great work done by Emanuele Gentili and Sandro Rossetti, we are delighted to introduce you the Cyber ​​Intelligence side implementations and we’d like to remember you today there is no other freely distributed system that allows you to perform Intelligence tasks:

OSINT
– “OSINT Chrome browser”: we customized Chrome with several plugins and resources to perform ‘Open Source Intelligence’ related activities,

Network Information Gathering
– Host
– Nslookup
– Dig
– Nmap
– Zenmap
– Netcat
– Snmpcheck
– Nbtscan
– Cadaver
– Traceroute
– Hping3
– Xprobe
– Scapy
– Netdiscover

Wireless Information Gathering
– Kismet

Web Application Information Gathering
– Whatweb
– Cmsident
– Dirbuster
– Burpsuite
– Customized Chrome Browser (at least 1gb ram required)

Social Information Gathering
– Creepy
– Snmpcheck
– PieSpy
– Irssi

Identity Protection Tools
– TOR-Browser
– Anonymouse (http://anonymouse.org/anonwww.html)

OSINT Global Framework
– Maltego
– Proactive Resources

È possibile scaricare DEFT sul sito internet ufficiale: http://www.deftlinux.net/