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Re: Forensics Tools?
From: Adam Mooz <adam.mooz () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 18:38:17 -0400

Hello SE,

Backtrack is gaining traction all over the world as being the security distro of choice, exactly what it was designed 
to be.  I would use that as your base install and customize it from there.  As it's based on Debian, enable whatever 
other repo's you need to pull in any tools you find Backrack lacking.  While you're at it submit those tools to the 
Backtrack team for consideration on being included in the next iteration, and compiling others from source or SVN.   

Adam Mooz
Adam.Mooz () gmail com

On 2010-04-16, at 7:34 PM, Security Enthusiast wrote:

Hello everyone! I'm putting together a custom computer, set up specifically for forensics and security analysis. It's 

I'd like to know what tools you'd advise using. I've seen a few (some are included on the latest backtrack distro) 
but I'd like to know what are considered the industry standard.

Thanks for your input!


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