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Introduction

4/21/2013 - Auditor was long ago replaced by Backtrack.

12/16/2006 - Replaced references to Moser Informatik with Remote Exploit.org

Auditor Security Collection

Auditor Security Collection
Summary Extensive collection of network security analysis tools professionally integrated into a bootable Knoppix-based CD. Organized into foot-printing, analysis, scanning, wireless, brute-forcing, cracking categories. Free and released under the GPL.
Update 2 July 2004 - Added more wireless card information
Pros • No hassles with installation or configuration
• All the tools you need for network security analysis
• Free
Cons • Can be very damaging if misused

What if you could have the best network hacking and auditing tools on a single bootable CD? The folks at Remote Exploit.org have cooked up their Auditor Security Collection (ASC) CD, which has 300+ network security programs pre-installed. Here is the best part, it's FREE.

Whether you are a Network Penetration Analyst or just a curious hacker, the ASC will provide you with all the software tools you need. You don't have to install any drivers as the Knoppix Linux based CD will automatically detect and configure your hardware. Let's take a closer look at the Auditor Security Collection.

How to get it

The ASC is downloadable from Remote Exploit.org. The file is about 518 MegaBytes. After you download it, you have to unzip and then burn the ISO image. You can use any popular CD-Burning program such as Ahead Nero. Keep the .ISO image around just in case you need to burn another copy. Remember it's free, so you don't have to worry about any pesky license agreements.

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