Katana v2 (y0jimb0) – Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite

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Katana is a portable multi-boot security suite which brings together many of today’s best security distributions and portable applications to run off a single Flash Drive. It includes distributions which focus on Pen-Testing, Auditing, Forensics, System Recovery, Network Analysis, and Malware Removal. Katana also comes with over 100 portable Windows applications; such as Wireshark, Metasploit, NMAP, Cain & Able, and many more.

New in V2

This version has a bunch of new stuff all around. One major addition to the project is Forge. This tool facilitates a simple point-and-click installation for adding even more distributions to Katana Bootable. This new version also adds the Computer Aided Investigative Environment (CAINE) for a live forensics environment and Kon-Boot for bypassing password. Much effort was placed on the installation of additional applications to the Katana Tool Kit. These new applications include Metasploit, NMAP, Cain & Able, John the Ripper, Cygwin, and more.


A full list of the tools available is here.

You can download Katana v2 here:

Torrent – katana-v2.0.torrent
Direct – katana-v2.0.rar

Or read more here.

Posted in: Forensics, Hacking Tools, Linux Hacking, Network Hacking

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3 Responses to Katana v2 (y0jimb0) – Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite

  1. alquimista November 17, 2010 at 2:41 am #

    Downloading now. thx!

  2. d347hm4n November 18, 2010 at 4:15 pm #

    DBaN is Darik’s not Derik’s!

    • Darknet November 18, 2010 at 5:07 pm #

      Oh yah, typo. I’ve always referred to it as DBAN – probably why I didn’t notice.

      I’ve corrected it, thanks!