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    Hi all

    Ive been using backtrack for a while and it basically made me fall in love with Internet security all over again <3 lol

    jus thought id take this chance to say hi and seeing as i cant post anywhere else id like to ask this:

    Im starting a business in the country im in for network security auditing, is there any fee that has to be paid for me to use it (BT 3 and 2) professionally?

    I know its open source an all but I just thought i should make sure because there are some licenses out there like that.

    btw. ive been going through the idiots section... funny stuff

    Before I forget: Thanks for this awesome tool

    Tarantula

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    Backtrack 2 and 3 and free for any type of use, home or professionaly, because its an Open Source Software, so to simply quote the developers of Backtrack:

    "Does BackTrack cost money ?
    No, and it never will."

    "Family, Religion, Friends, those are the three demons you must face if you want to be successful in business"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primey View Post
    Backtrack 2 and 3 and free for any type of use, home or professionaly, because its an Open Source Software, so to simply quote the developers of Backtrack:

    "Does BackTrack cost money ?
    No, and it never will."

    Although, that isn't to say they don't take donations. If you're going to use it professionally, you probably should donate something to the Dev's. After all, it's tough to buy bandwidth with "thank you's".
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Although, that isn't to say they don't take donations. If you're going to use it professionally, you probably should donate something to the Dev's. After all, it's tough to buy bandwidth with "thank you's".
    Quoting this man for the amazing truth he speaks, it never hurts to make a donation to one of the greatest pentesting distro's out there
    "Family, Religion, Friends, those are the three demons you must face if you want to be successful in business"
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    Click here to donate.

    Please note any donations go directly to the developers.
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    The link did not seem to work at least for me
    so here is the link to remote-exploit.
    http://www.remote-exploit.org/index.html

    Down towards the bottom of the page there is a big yellow button to
    Make a donation.

    Hope that helps.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
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    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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