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08-14-2011, 02:36 PM
hey guys
I made another SLOW & IMPERFECT VIDEO with the shell commands that I used in BT4 (to sniff https in LAN) "nothing new" :)
I think I have used a non-official pre-release bt5r1 found on the net (after black-hat) waiting for the official release!:)
if you want to watch:
:) as always, excuse my inability! thanks zimmaro

08-14-2011, 06:45 PM
Yea thanks to you saying you got it off the net i just got my copy of R1, but what is newly added to it zimmaro? but good vid wonder if they gonna have a kde version since ours is gnome...

08-15-2011, 04:31 PM
This copy(i think) has the repository in the tests and in continous update! Sniff done as the video now works almost perfectly! (while in MY bt5 the same commands don't work!) so I think that many bugs are fixed! with regard to new tools must wait for official release! the only thing I do not understand at first glance known that many tools are out of date!DEFAULT :SET 1.52 -nmap 5.51 -fast-track 4.01 -sslstrip 0.8 - msf 3.8-dev.....
I have already noticed new tools in:/pentest/backdoors---/passwords----/database---/exploits---/scanners eccc.
however, a super-mega thanks to all those who develop and work around this distro...... bye :)

12-19-2011, 05:47 PM
Its good video, i sniff my network/s without this video and its same like this steps, and i have question for author of video.
I have litle problem, or its big. Problem is next:
When i start sniffing, network is very slow and sometimes cant opet pages.
I have backtrack on usb prt. and i thinks its problem on ubs because trafic files on usb is very slow, and i think all work good when i isntall bt5 on hdd. I'm right or its problem in some other stuff? Thanks.

12-21-2011, 08:54 AM

I state not to be an expert!
I prefer to use backtrack installed on HDD or install in a VM
I tried to use it live (usb / cd) but in my old hardware is a bit slow).
1) try to install oracle virtualbox (website vers 4.1.8) on your guest system
2) virtualizes bt5r1 (gnome-kde) depends on the tastes & the "hardware power"
remember (for my OLD Pentium 4 2.8 ghz 2gb ram-nvidia-fx5600xt) prefer gnome (is light in vbox)
3) I do find evidence of differences!
4), however in my case I can say that the HDD install is much faster
about 3 times (I also use the dual boot)

I hope you understand the question)
bye :) Zimmaro the GOAT(brain)

05-01-2012, 07:49 PM
I am only able to do this if I disable my AV (nod32) on my "victim" pc. Is there a way around this AV?

05-03-2012, 03:16 AM
I am only able to do this if I disable my AV (nod32) on my "victim" pc. Is there a way around this AV?
i'm using the same AV vers & in the (old-video too) is active & fully enable. For MY little opinion is not AV's problem!(but i' not expert)