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Well fellow Hak5 members the people at Remote-Exploit.org has done it again!

In there blog they have announced that they will have a local download pre release of BT 4! Check it out for your self @ http://backtrack4.blogspot.com/2009/02/rfi...s-revamped.html

UPDATE!!!: Since Shmoocon is over, they will be releasing the new BT4 public pre release version soon. Check it out @ http://backtrack4.blogspot.com/2009/02/bac...oo-release.html I

UPDATE 2: The Beta ISO and VMWare images are uploaded, and should be synced with our mirrors soon. We will be making a formal announcement on the Remote Exploit site and in the various mailing lists once the links are active. Read full @ http://backtrack4.blogspot.com/2009/02/release-in-321.html

UPDATE 3: The OFFICAL BETA IS OUT! Here are the ISO and VMWARE versions

http://www.remote-exploit.org/cgi-bin/file...on=bt4-beta-iso

http://www.remote-exploit.org/cgi-bin/file...ion=bt4-beta-vm

Official Download Blog @ http://backtrack4.blogspot.com/2009/02/bac...c-released.html

If you have the pre release of BT 4 and would like to tell us more info about it post back let us know!

Check back for more updates!

Thanks Hak5 Mems

-L1qu1D

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Going to nice, I hope the HDD installer is a little more updated, previous version wasn't very stable.

The addition of conky is great, it'd be nice to see a good customized version running.

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wget bt4.

lulz.

i make eh funneh.

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Going to nice, I hope the HDD installer is a little more updated, previous version wasn't very stable.

The addition of conky is great, it'd be nice to see a good customized version running.

I agree, personally I love grub as it has been very stable on the systems I use. If they could use that instead of lilo out-of-the-box then I would be happy. Oh, and maybe some UPDATES! I didn't like the update system. :P

EDIT: Lol, I keep thinking thats a real bug on my screen! Every now and then I have nats fly to my screen at night. I don't know where they come from, my house is CLEAN!!!! *damn NATS!!!

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@L1qu1D, Unless you want ext4, Grub is pretty much a standard these days for newer Distros.

@Keiyental, what chipset do you have, and why did WiFi not work?

According to the blog, the KDE WiFi manager is disabled, as well as DHCP.

Good for WiFi users, inconvenient for Ethernet users.

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I have an Atheros AR5700 802.11b/g Wireless Adapter. It seems hit or Miss with Linux. Some distros support it right with no probs, others need to install madwifi and dink around with alot of settings taking anywheres from a couple mins to 2 hours...thank you Ubuntu..

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I have an Atheros AR5700 802.11b/g Wireless Adapter. It seems hit or Miss with Linux. Some distros support it right with no probs, others need to install madwifi and dink around with alot of settings taking anywheres from a couple mins to 2 hours...thank you Ubuntu..

I have a Acer Aspire One with a Atheros chipset. BT seems to work just fine out of the box. The funny thing is, is that Ubuntu has problems with the Aspire One connecting wireless! It drove me nuts until I found a fix. Then Ubuntu updated to a new kernel and totally messed up my wireless. So for now...I'm waiting for Ubuntu 9.04.

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EDIT: Lol, I keep thinking thats a real bug on my screen! Every now and then I have nats fly to my screen at night. I don't know where they come from, my house is CLEAN!!!! *damn NATS!!!

Yeah I get those stupid little bugs too, there annoying.

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ZOMG BT4 Do want, good timing to seeing as I accidentally r00ted my live usb.

lmfao God damn you Bakb0ne your fucking insect had me trying to squish it on my screen. Your sig is the new rick rolled. well played.

Yet another sucker!

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ZOMG BT4 Do want, good timing to seeing as I accidentally r00ted my live usb.

lmfao God damn you Bakb0ne your fucking insect had me trying to squish it on my screen. Your sig is the new rick rolled. well played.

Yet another sucker!

Lmao! I was trying to look at trailers on youtube for halo 3 ODST and I kept gettting rick rolled :@! Now I went and downloaded the song on my phone so I can rick roll everyone else.

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If anyone was at Shmoocon, you might have seen the BT4 banners. Just wanted to say, I designed them for Offensive Security. I also did their stickers for the BT4 classes, the "I TRIED HARDER" and "TRY HARDER" stickers.

Here is one of the two banners:

bt4_Banner.jpg

If anyone has better pictures, let me know, as I want to add it to my portfolio for more work.

Oh, and BT4 is not officially out yet, just the pre-beta relased for Shmoocon. They really don't want people torrenting any copies yet so that there are alternate builds being seeded with vulnerabilities or broken, buggy parts. The pre release was just for Shmoocon attendees to debug, test and play with. Check his official thread for the release date: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=19928

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http://backtrack4.blogspot.com/2009/02/bac...c-released.html

Links in Muts blog post. As for stickers, ask Muts, but I think those are for students of his Offensive Security, OSCP and Back Track courses. I just designed them, but don't have any physical stickers(yet - im hoping Chris H. will be mailng me some!)

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Digip great job one the design front, it looks most awesome.

Agreed Swathe why do us poor aussie folk always git stiffed *shakes fist* I want a BT sticker for my EEE!

BT seem to be filled with slogans this time around but for the most part they are true and amusing.

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