Tag: linux

Backtrack 5

Backtrack is a Linux distribution optimized for hackers or security people trying to stop them. It allows people to easily break into WEP and WPS enabled routers. It’s alarmingly simple to crack a WEP account. That can be done in minutes. Most new routers have WPS enabled. That usually takes many hours to crack. See
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Make a Linux Boot USB Key

If you want to install Linux or just try it out, you can make a USB key that is bootable into Linux with UNetbootin. UNetbootin is a simple program that allows you to choose from over 40 Linux distributions. My favorites are Linux Mint (which is probably easiest for folks used to Windows) and Ubuntu.
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