Release Notes: This release comes with XFCE and is based on openSuse 12.3 64-bit. It s upports installation from USB (see the installation guide). All packages are compatible and updated to openSuse 12.3, and the GrSecurity 3.9.4 kernel is finally integrated into the operating system properly. Metasploit is updated to 4.7, Firefox is removed and Chromium is added, and the exploit-db repository is updated.
Release Notes: This release comes with LXDE, updates the GrSecurity kernel to 3.2.21, changes the name from NetSecL to NetSecL OS, ports the whole system to 64-bit, updates the Exploit-db repository, adds Metasploit with a GUI, integrates 0install, adds Mixer, Libre Office, GIMP, Dia, Inkscape, Evolution, Brasero, and more to provide the necessary tools for your office needs, adds Putty, Remmina, FileZilla, Pidgin, and more for remote access and management, and removes obsolete/old penetration tools.
Release Notes: This release includes a new version of XFCE, which dramatically increased performance. Many bugs were fixed and compatibility with OpenSuse 11.4 was improved. The GrSecurity kernel was updated to version 22.214.171.124.
Release Notes: This version is a live DVD + installation based on openSUSE. Once installed, you can fully enjoy the features of GrSecurity hardened kernel and penetration tools, or if you like to do some penetration testing you can directly run all tools from the live DVD. NetSecL firewall is included (as always), and most of the penetration tools are ported to the new platform. Many other programs run with GrSecurity enabled, which is a great success especially when it comes to programs like Wine, OpenOffice, Vuze, Qemu, and many Gnome applications.
Release Notes: QEMU was added. Many libraries were updated. Bindings for Perl and Python were added. A server section was added. New penetration tools were added. VMX files were added for ease of creating virtual machines with the distribution.
Release Notes: XOrg drivers have been updated to the newest versions. Metasploit is updated to the latest version, and Ruby is re-included. New kernel configuration with better support for SATA. New penetration testing tools like Dazuko_FS.
Release Notes: Improved (full) setup. A source-based portage system. A conversion system adding PT_PAX_FLAGS. Advanced kernel configuration and additional modules. An Xorg update and much more.
Release Notes: This release shrinks the distribution to one CD. The default desktop is now XFCE, though users can still run KDE applications. In this release, there are 106 updates and 20 fixes, including Linux kernel 126.96.36.199 with GrSecurity. The precompiled kernel supports 1-8 processors. Major packages like snort, iptables, and firewall scripts have been updated.
Release Notes: This release introduces GCC with Stack Smashing Protection, which increases the security of the compiled packages (i486_64). There are more than 250 Package Updates. Most networking packages are now i486_64 packages. This release fixes some unnoticed bugs in the 2.0 version. Hardware recognition data was updated to the latest available.
Release Notes: This release has packages compiled for i486 machines up to 64-bit, and it includes the netsecl-firewall that has the ability to work with snort-inline. There are more than 200 updates. The security was improved thanks to the new binutils supporting PT_PAX_FLAGS. Hardware recognition was improved.