BackTrack 5 R3 Release on August 13th, 2012


The BackTrack Development team will be releasing an R3 revision of our Penetration Testing distribution in 2 weeks. This release focuses on bugfixes and over 50 new tool additions – making it the most potent revision yet. We have released a BT5 R3 preview in BlackHat Vegas for the enjoyment of conference attendees, which can be found in their delegate bags.

The DVD contains a BT5 R3 Gnome, 32 bit edition – burnt as an ISO (as opposed to an image). We will be taking in our last bug reports and tool suggestions from the BH / Defcon crowds for our upcoming official release, which will be on August 13th, 2012.

Current BT5 users can simply upgrade to the latest release using the regular update commands. More details will be released along with the full listing of new tools on the 13th of August. We hope you enjoy this fine release as much as we do!


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3 Respones to "BackTrack 5 R3 Release on August 13th, 2012"

flakefrost said...
July 28, 2012 at 12:06 AM

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July 31, 2012 at 9:38 AM

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Saint Andrew's Paradise said...
August 2, 2012 at 3:49 AM

@NSM Techie :

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