This video shows a Nokia N810 Internet Tablet running a very alpha version of a penetration testing version of the Mer distribution that I’ve called Backhand2. The Mer distribution itself is unfinished, so this is even further behind. There are a lot of cuts in the video to remove my typing and some of the load times, sorry about that. I will load a better video when these things are improved. The tools that are shown in this video are: wireshark – packet capture util nmap – port scanner btscanner – bluetooth auditing tool kismet – wireless auditing tool (no GPS as yet) airmon-ng – part of the aircrack suite. Partially works ettercap – sniffer / capture tool msfconsole – metasploit3 & metasploit2 work. msfweb works too, but is not shown.
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