Linux Bugtraq Toos (Ubuntu)

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  1. D3M0N

    D3M0N Well-Known Member

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    Bugtraq Toos en Ubuntu

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    Bugtraq Toos are distro Tools Bugtraq 2 but adapted to a graphical environment Debian, Ubuntu can be both, kunbuntu, xubuntu, etc. Taking all these tools available in our distro without installing the Bugtraq.​

    Install

    Main download: Bugtraq Toos

    Then once extracted, let's just throw in a terminal:
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    bash install.sh
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    bash install-2.sh
    Now we would have all the tools installed in our distribution Bugtraq.

    For a little more detail is required libraries installed mainly, gambas3 also be installed, also install java and all dependencies they require.

    It will create a directory with all the required programs, we will have all of Wireless:
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    /bugtraq/tools/communication/802.11/wireless/
    Bluetooth on:
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    /bugtraq/tools/communication/802.11/bluetooth/
    Part of RFID in:
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    /bugtraq/tools/communication/802.11/wireless/RFID/
    For example we can launch WifiMetropolis3 as follows:
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    gksu gbr3 '/bugtraq/tools/communication/802.11/wireless/Wifi_Metropolis/WifiMetropolis3'
     
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  2. davey600

    davey600 Well-Known Member

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    hi how do you install just metropolis tried installing on backbox 3 thats ubuntu based but says file not found even though its on my desktop extracted any ideas many thanks
     
  3. Hackfact101

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    hi can it be installed on backtrack?
     
  4. Mr. Penguin

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    Hackfact101 BackTrack is based on Ubuntu so I do not see why not. But might be an issue for KDE / 64bit or ARM versions.
     
  5. mike

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    the link doesnt seem to work anymore ...
     
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    pls upload again
     
  8. d0kk3n

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    Where is the link bro...pls upload again:)
     
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