26 June 2007 | 11,604 views

The Kcpentrix Project – Penetration Testing Toolkit LiveDVD

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The Kcpentrix Project was founded in May 2005 , KCPentrix 1.0 was liveCD designed to be a standalone Penetration testing toolkit for pentesters, security analysts and System administrators

What’s New in KcPentrix 2.0

Now release 2.0 is a liveDVD, It features a lot of new or up to date tools for auditing and testing a network, from scanning and discovering to exploiting vulnerabilities

Kcpentrix is based on SLAX 5, a Slackware live DVD, the Powerful modularity which Kcpentrix uses, allow it to be easily customised and include relevant modules.

It has switched to 2.6 kernel line and Zisofs compression was replaced by SquashFS, which provides better compression ratio and higher read speed.

You can download the ISO from Kcpentrix.com or Securitydistro.com here:

Kcpentrix v2.0

Or read more here.

Some of the key tools/software included:

ARP

arping-2.04
seringe
arp-sk
arpspoof

Backdoors

hbkdr.tar.gz
hbkdr.zip
sbd-1.37.tar.gz
ssheater-1.1.tar.gz
x86-linux-connectback.c
x86-linux-portbind.c

Bruteforce

adsmb-0.3
adsnmp-0.1
brutus-0.9.2
crackcvspass-v0.1
john-1.7.2
Online_Rainbow
onesixtyone-0.3.2
nat-1.0.4
mdcoll
lodowep
SIPcrack-0.1
smbat
TFTP-bruteforce
VNCcrack-0.9.1
wyd
crunch
md5crack.pl
ophcrack
thc-pptp-bruter
vncrack

Cisco

brute-enable-v.1.0.2
cisco-auditing-tool-v.1.0
cisco-global-exploiter
cisco-scanner-v.1.3
cisco-torch-0.4b
ciscopack
copy-router-config-v.0.1
eigrp-tools
ios-w3-vul
ios7decrypt-v.1.1
jitney-0.10

Database

sqlbrute.py
bsqlbf.pl
mysql_bftools
metacoretex-0.8.0
oat
oscanner_bin
checkpwd
sidguess
tnscmd10g.pl
bfora.pl
dbcool_audit.pl
oracletest.pl
tnsprobe.sh
oracle-scanner-v.1.0.6
oracle-dump-sids-v0.0.1
oat-v.1.3.1

Enumeration

dnswalk
DNSBruteforce.py
dns-ptr
dnsenum
dnsmap
dns-predict-v.0.0.2
fingergoogle-1.1
googrape-v.0.1
gooscan-v0.9
goog-mail.py
qgoogle.py
google-search
dnspython-1.3.2
dnslib.py
httplib.py
inet-enum.py
isr-form-1.0
ldap-enum-v.003
ldapbrowser
list-urls
lsrtunnel-0.2.1
mibble-2.6
mibble-2.7
nmbscan-1.2.4
nstx
relayscanner
revhosts
smb-enum
smtp-vrfy
snmpenum.pl
httprint_301

Firewall

ftester-1.0
Morena
hping2

Forensics

autopsy-2.06
sleuthkit
sleuthkit-2.03

Fuzzers

bed
bed-v.0.5
cirt-fuzzer
clfuzz
fuzzer-1.1
fuzzer-1.2
fuzzer-mod
mistress
Peach
pirana-0.2.1
snmp-fuzzer-0.1.1
spike

Misc-tools

find_ddos3.1
fping-2.4b2
ipgenv2

Proxies

3proxy_0_5_2
paros
penproxy-0.4.10

Scanners

banshee-3.3
dcom_scanner
hydra-5.3
knocker-0.7.1
lsrscan-1.0
ike-scan
amap
nikto-1.35
pbnj
nbtscan
nmap
nmapfe
sinfp.pl
VNC_bypauth

Sniffers

aimsniff-0.9d
aimsniff-1.0beta
PHoss
xspy
dsniff
p0f
wireshark

Spoofing

netsed

Tunnelling

3proxy
iodine-0.3.2
proxytunnel-1.6.3

Web

asp-audit
metoscan04
proxyfinder-1.0
sqlibf
sqlinject-1.1
wal
easy-scraper.pl
hacker_webkit.tar.gz
mysql-miner.pl
put.pl

Wireless

aircrack-2.2-beta1
aircrack-ng-0.6.2
airpwn-1.3
airsnarf-0.2
asleap-1.4
wifitap
hotspotter-0.4
fakeap-0.3.2
cowpatty-2.0
wep_crack
wep_decrypt





                

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9 Responses to “The Kcpentrix Project – Penetration Testing Toolkit LiveDVD”

  1. Daniel 26 June 2007 at 11:47 am Permalink

    while i’m all for hacker live CD’s,
    i’m all against hacker live DVD’s
    just cut out some gui stuff and fit it on a CD, come on now. If ubuntu fits on a CD, anything with only hacker stuff should

  2. backbone 26 June 2007 at 10:00 pm Permalink

    I agree with u daniel… also there are many tools that do the same stuff…

  3. therealdonquixote 27 June 2007 at 9:54 pm Permalink

    Yeah, KCPentrix seems a bit bulky to me too. However, I’m not averse to a live DVD with a few different distros to choose from or one awesome one.

    I tried using Ubuntu Ultimate as a base for all the hacking apps in Back|Track but there are just too many resource hogs there to deal with. Plus, feisty fawn is buggy as all hell.

    I’m sticking with Back|Track 2.0 for now, at least until Back|Track 3.0 comes out. If BT 3.0 is a DVD I’d use it. You can always install it to a thumbdrive for faster read-write capabilities, or just sack up and install to a partition on your HDD.

    I’d like to see a modified Adept installer or Kpackage updater in there, but with hacking repositories and slax kernel updates instead of Ubuntu and GNOME craptackery. Honestly, I really don’t care how pretty my desktop looks, *cough* beryl sux *cough*. As long as everything is fast and has a bit of ease of use added in, I’m as happy as a nerd in a strip joint.

  4. Darknet 29 June 2007 at 8:33 am Permalink

    I don’t mind DVD’s really.

    More choice is better, there are a lot of ways to crack a nut :)

    Some people prefer different tools for different things and all modern machines come with DVD drives anyway.

    I still think BackTrack rocks it though.

    And a release that updates the hacking tools themselves from a repository would be an awesome project.

  5. Daniel 30 June 2007 at 12:21 am Permalink

    I dislike DVD’s because not always is the machine you need to compromise “modern” the main box i hack is just my friend’s fileserver (because we have an attacker-defender rivalry going on) and that’s an old beigebox with no DVD drive.

    Crap, forgot to note that, while Backtrack is the Cheese,
    i a actually like nUbuntu better. and Knoppixt STD isn’t bad for light Grey hat stuff.

  6. therealdonquixote 30 June 2007 at 5:12 am Permalink

    Yep, nUbuntu is cool, but I think someone could make a better solution that can serve as a solid OS to use all the time as well as a pentesting suite.

    All someone needs to do, is use reconstructor to put all the tools from Back|Track into a strpped down Kubuntu distro. Of course this would take time. Darn you time!!

    That and my need to eat and sleep and pee all the friggin’ time are what’s really holding me back in this world.

    Sorry TMI.

  7. Daniel 30 June 2007 at 1:28 pm Permalink

    @therealdonquixote

    is this you?

    i was reading both blogs simultaneously and ran across the same-ish name twice.

  8. therealdonquixote 1 July 2007 at 12:33 am Permalink

    Nope, that’s why I have everything under the REAL don quixote, cause its apparently a popular handle after I made it infamous by doing absolutely nothing of importance. XD

  9. Donnie 13 May 2008 at 1:06 am Permalink

    Can anyone out there who has install Kcpentrix to there harddrive, give step by step intstructions on how to do this?