I'm still fairly new to BackTrack and pen-testing, but I've been doing security monitoring and vulnerability scanning for a couple years now.
Just burned his ISO
I took a class at BT LV a couple of years ago from Muts and Chris and thought I would finally join the forum. It was probably one of the toughest classes I have ever taken. It was like drinking from a fire hose, but I survived and learned lots about looking at enterprises from the outside. Been in the business for 15+ years, where did all the time go?
hi im noel used back track before but never got stuck only had one machine so i bought a an ibm for backtrack 4 may the fun begin
Hi, I am a new entry, wish you a good works greetings.
Hello Everyone on forum
am Maxj , I have little bit knowledge of BT. I hope from here i get more information about BT, pentest, security and i will become good pen-testing professional.
BT Rocks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks in advance ......
I m newb backtrack and linux. I m 0sarpee8. I m interesting in Network Security.
thank you all
hello people i am new to bt and also linux , though i am good at C/C++ programming
I am A newbie In Track I hope I find Useful informations and knowledges in here.
thank u all for sharing informations and helping us.
I've been using Backtrack 4 for a few months and decided to join the forum just in case.
I'm currently dual-booting Backtrack 4 and Windows XP on an ASUS Eee PC 1008HA.
Hello my name is kuzimoto, and I am new to backtrack, but not to linux. I have ubuntu 9.10 dual booting with xp. I know xp stinks compared to pretty much any linux distribution, but I have not been able to completely sever my ties with it. Also, I'm not completely comfortable with ubuntu, but it is really neat, and hope to drop xp completely sometime.