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Backtrack 5 R3 Walkthrough part 1. September 27, 2012 by Prateek Gianchandani. Share: Backtrack is one of the most popular Linux distributions used for Penetration testing and Security Auditing. The Backtrack development team is sponsored by Offensive Security. On 13th August 2012, Backtrack 5 R3 was released. Backtrack 5 r3 free download. R3 Supplies Inventory Management System This application is solely written for DepEd RO III's Asset Management Unit., it's support both Windows/Linux image and directory and also you can make bootable USB drive using multiple OS like. The backbone of thad0ctor's Backtrack 5 Toolkit is the Wordlist Toolkit. Backtrack 5 R3 Free Download For Windows 10 Backtrack 5 For Windows Xp BackTrack is an open source, Linux distribution that is used by security professionals/white hat hackers for penetration testing and also for digital forensics tasks in a native computing environment dedicated to hacking.

BackTrack 5 R3
DeveloperMati Aharoni, Devon Kearns, Offensive Security[1]
OS familyLinux (Unix-like)
Working stateSuperseded by Kali Linux
Source modelOpen source
Latest release5 R3 / August 13, 2012; 8 years ago
Platformsi386 (x86), AMD64 (x86-64), ARM
Kernel typeMonolithic
Default user interfaceBash, KDE Plasma Desktop, Fluxbox,[2][3]GNOME

BackTrack was a Linux distribution that focused on security, based on the KnoppixLinux distribution aimed at digital forensics and penetration testing use.[4] In March 2013, the Offensive Security team rebuilt BackTrack around the Debian distribution and released it under the name Kali Linux.[5]

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The BackTrack distribution originated from the merger of two formerly competing distributions which focused on penetration testing:

  • WHAX: a Slax-based Linux distribution developed by Mati Aharoni, a security consultant. Earlier versions of WHAX were called Whoppix[6] and were based on Knoppix.
  • Auditor Security Collection: a Live CD based on Knoppix developed by Max Moser which included over 300 tools organized in a user-friendly hierarchy.

On January 9th, 2010, BackTrack 4 improved hardware support, and added official FluxBox support.[7] The overlap with Auditor and WHAX in purpose and in collection of tools partly led to the merger. The overlap was done based on Ubuntu Lucid LTS starting from BackTrack 5.[8]

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BackTrack provided users with easy access to a comprehensive and large collection of security-related tools ranging from port scanners to Security Audit. Support for Live CD and Live USB functionality allowed users to boot BackTrack directly from portable media without requiring installation, though permanent installation to hard disk and network was also an option.


BackTrack included many well known security tools including:

  • Metasploit for integration
  • Wi-Fi drivers supporting monitor mode (rfmon mode) and packet injection
  • Reaver, a tool used to exploit a vulnerability in WPS
  • Wireshark (formerly known as Ethereal)
  • Hydra
  • OWASP Mantra Security Framework, a collection of hacking tools, add-ons and scripts based on Firefox
  • Cisco OCS Mass Scanner, a very reliable and fast scanner for Cisco routers to test default telnet and enabling password.
  • A large collection of exploits as well as more commonplace software such as browsers.
  • Armitage - java frontend to Metasploit.

BackTrack arranged tools into 12 categories:

  • Information gathering
  • Vulnerability assessment
  • Exploitation tools
  • Privilege escalation
  • Maintaining access
  • RFID tools
  • Stress testing
  • Forensics
  • Reporting tools
  • Services
  • Miscellaneous


May 26, 2006First stable release of BackTrack [9][10]
October 13, 2006BackTrack 2 beta #1 released [11][12]
November 19, 2006BackTrack 2 beta #2 released [13]
March 6, 2007BackTrack 2 final released [14][15]
December 14, 2008BackTrack 3 beta released [16][17]
June 19, 2008BackTrack 3 final released (Linux kernel [18][19]
February 11, 2009BackTrack 4 beta released [20]
January 9, 2010BackTrack 4 final release (Linux kernel [21][22]
May 8, 2010BackTrack 4 R1 release [23]
November 22, 2010BackTrack 4 R2 release [24]
May 10, 2011BackTrack 5 release (Linux kernel 2.6.38) [25][26]
August 18, 2011BackTrack 5 R1 release (Linux kernel [27]
March 1, 2012BackTrack 5 R2 release (Linux kernel 3.2.6) [28]
August 13, 2012BackTrack 5 R3 release [29]

Whenever a new version of BackTrack was released, older versions would lose their support and service from the BackTrack development team. There are currently no supported versions of BackTrack.[30]


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