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Beat the NSA at their own game - DEFT Linux 8 Beta released 1-JULY-2013

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  • Thad Floryan
    If you find something good, be prepared for a nice long stay in beautiful downtown Quito (capitol of Ecuador) after being routed through Hong Kong and then
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 1, 2013
      If you find something good, be prepared for a nice long stay in
      beautiful downtown Quito (capitol of Ecuador) after being routed
      through Hong Kong and then Moscow. :-)

      On DistroWatch today: http://distrowatch.com/7940

      Stefano Fratepietro has announced the availability of the public beta
      release of DEFT Linux 8, a specialist Lubuntu-based distribution and
      live DVD with open-source tools for digital forensics and penetration
      testing: "Here is the new digital forensics system optimized for
      Intel-based 64-bit architectures - DEFT Linux 8. What's new? A
      64-bit 3.5 Linux kernel that has brought down the 4 GB memory limit -
      now you can use DEFT Linux on systems that have up to 256 TB of RAM;
      Sleuthkit 4 and Autopsy 2, ready for Autopsy 3 on Linux (only for law
      enforcement); Digital Forensics Framework 1.3; Libewf and AFFlib full
      support; Xmount and Mount Ewf; Guymager 0.7.1, Cyclone 0.2 and
      Esximager; Recoll 1.19.5 - software for indexing; Bulk extractor 1.3.1
      with Bulk extractor GUI 1.3; Dumy 0.2 - an intelligence parsing tool
      to extract sensible data from anonymous dump; Skype extractor...."

      Release announcement:

      http://www.deftlinux.net/2013/07/01/deft-linux-8-public-beta-dart-2-stable-ready-for-download/

      Download (1.6GB):

      http://www.deftlinux.net/download/

      http://na.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/deft/deft8_beta.iso

      http://na.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/deft/md5.txt
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