Since the second issue onwards our magazine contains hakin9.live - a bootable distribution containing all the tools and materials needed for practising methods and techniques described in our articles.
SecurityDistro.com is where you can find all the information you need about the latest live security distributions.
The list of current packages on hakin9.live is available here.
If you think we should add something else – email us.
- hakin9 is now based on Aurox 12.0
- updated security tools
- kde 3.5.5
- kernel 2.6.17
- Aurox Installer
- MadWifi Drivers
- NTFS Support
|Login/password for h9l in issue 4/2005|
A mischevious troll has locked our distro published in issue 4/2005 with a password. The troll has been punished, but for unlocking the magic door you need to use the root login with password "root".
Our sincere apologies.
Download hakin9.live 3.1.2-aur from:
|Wavenet (main mirror)|
|Technical University of Vienna|
|1 Gbit to VIX, limit 10 Mbps|
|Lublin University of Technology|
|1 Gbit, about 60 Mbps in practise|
|Pedagogical University of Cracow|
|For a mirror 15 user - each per 50KBps |
|owned by Tobias Heister |
|located in Köln (Cologne Germany)|
| owned by Markus Beschoner|
|Köln (Cologne), Germany|
|Would you like to run a mirror?|
If you'd like to run a hakin9.live mirror and:
Read the document below carefully and follow the instructions.
- be listed on the list of official mirrors,
- receive a subscription in return
A guide for mirror owners
If you need to contact the hakin9.live development team directly, write to email@example.com