"When I first heard of MitraX, I thought it was just a Linux
distribution with an assortment of network tools, and that working
with MitraX would come down to typing endless commands at the
console. Perhaps such a distribution would be interesting to a few
experienced administrators or skillful hackers, but most users
would simply run away from it. However, once I tried MitraX, I was
pleasantly surprised to find it a nice, little, stable, and
practical live CD distribution.
"MitraX 0.3.1 is based on Slackware Linux, with the 2.6.9
kernel, and uses FVWM-95 as its window manager..."
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