BackTrack is my chooise for a computer security audit or a Linux desktop is intended for all audiences from the most savvy security professionals to early newcomers to the information security field. BackTrack promotes a quick and easy way to find and update the largest database of security tools collection to-date.
Feedback from all industries and skill levels allows us to truly develop a solution that is tailored towards everyone and far exceeds anything ever developed both commercially and freely available. The project is funded by Offensive Security. Whether you’re hacking wireless, exploiting servers, performing a web application assessment, learning, or social-engineering a client, BackTrack is the one-stop-shop for all of your security needs.
[Todd Harrison] really has our number. Like him, we don't want to spend money when we don't have to, and hacking our own solutions is a lot more fun anyway. This time around he's helping out a friend who is a ham radio enthusiast.
We've seen Arduino-powered Twitter machines, and even some that can send text messages, but how about one that's a video phone? That's what the guys over at Cooking Hacks put together with their very impressive 3G Arduino shield.
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