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Trinux: A Linux Security Toolkit v0.48 released

Jan 13, 1999, 13:41 (0 Talkback[s])

Trinux is a portable Linux distribution that boots from 2-3 floppies (or a FAT 16 partition) and runs entirely in RAM. Trinux contains the latest versions of popular network security tools and is useful for mapping and monitoring TCP/IP networks.

Trinux 0.48 include updates to many of the core network monitoring/mapping tools including nmap, iptraf, ntop, hunt, and arptool.

The following utilities are including in the generic "classic" distro:

arp arptool cat chmod chown chroot clear cp crontab cut dd df dhcpcd dig dmesg drpcscan exscan firewalk free ftp fumount getty grep gunzip gzip halt hdinit hdload hostname hping hunt icmp_redir ifconfig insmod install-disk ipfwadm ipgrab iptraf kill linsniffer ln loadkeyslock login ls lsmod makearp makeeth makeip maketcp makeudp man mkdir mke2fs more mount mv neped netconfig netresolv netstat netwatch nfs_check nmap nslookup ntop open passwd ping ps queso rdns reset rm rmmod route rpcinfo rvnamed save sendeth sendpacket setterm sh sleep sniffit snmpget snmpset snmpwalk statnet strobe swapoff swapon sync tar tcpdump tee telnet traceroute umount vi vlock whois z0ne

Trinux Website