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Anonymous OS live CD released


 A new live CD made up of Anonymous memorabilia (logos, graphics) and penetration testing tools, being marketed as “Anonymous OS” has been released to the community. The CD runs a customized Ubuntu Linux with the the Mate desktop (Linux Mint, Gnome like desktop) and comes packed with hacking tools like the Anonymous Low Orbit Ion Canon (LOIC) to launch a distributed denial of service against websites with a point and click, the Havij SQL injection utility, John The Ripper and Pyloris password crackers, anonymity tools like i2p, Vidalia, tor proxy and JonDo and packet sniffers like WireShark. The unknown developer says that the live CD is an education tool and should not be used for attacking websites, if you do it is your own responsibility.

There isn’t much on this distribution that would make you want to use it over other well established Linux distros for anonymous communications, like Tails, or well known penetration testing Linux distributions like BackTrack, Grml, Helix or DEFT.

The OS, which looks suspiciously close to BackTrack Linux, appears to be a marketing gimmick with someone having taken the time to put together already existing PEN testing tools with Anonymous mementos so that it looks cool, i.e. you get to see the anonymous logo during boot time instead of Ubuntu. The only tool not found in other similar Linux distributions is the Anonymous developed and branded own distributed denial of service tool (LOIC), the rest can be found elsewhere.

Like with all software from unknown sources there is the danger of getting backdoored by using it, the authors homepage claims that in Linux there are no viruses, this is inaccurate, it is very rare to find Linux malware, but it can be created, it is not impossible. I see no reason to use this OS over other more well known Linux distributions that do the same. Download at your own risk!

Anonymous OS system password is only given as md5: 2ae66f90b7788ab8950e8f81b829c947 once decrypted it will give you the password: anon ,you will need it to be root.


Anonymous-OS에 포함된 프로그램:

- ParolaPass Password Generator
- Find Host IP
- Anonymous HOIC
- Ddosim
- Pyloris
- Slowloris
- TorsHammer
- Sqlmap
- Havij
- Sql Poison
- Admin Finder
- John the Ripper
- Hash Identifier
- Tor
- XChat IRC
- Pidgin
- Vidalia
- Polipo
- JonDo
- i2p
- Wireshark
- Zenmap


** 이 솔루션은 보안에 문제가 있으며, 교육용 랩으로 구성된 외부와 단절된 교육센터에서 교육용으로만 사용을 해야합니다.
** 이 솔루션은 법적으로 보호를 받는 네트웍에 접속하는 순간 법적인 제제를 받을 수 있습니다.

/  MediaPaper.KR 

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GomPlayer 2, 1, 35, 5079 (KOR) | 2012:01:25 08:02:54


한국 공군은 1월 22일(일)부터 2월 4일(토)까지 2번째로 美 넬리스 공군기지(Nellis AB, 네바다 주, 라스베가스)에서 열리는「레드 플레그(Red Flag)」훈련에 참가하고 있습니다.

NIKON D3S | Shutter priority | 1/200sec | F/13.0 | ISO-200 | 2012:01:17 16:04:50


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NIKON D3 | Shutter priority | 1/800sec | F/10.0 | ISO-400 | 2012:01:18 15:08:23

NIKON D3 | Shutter priority | 1/1600sec | F/9.0 | ISO-400 | 2012:01:18 13:57:05

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NIKON D3S | Shutter priority | 1/1600sec | F/5.6 | ISO-400 | 2012:01:18 13:54:06

NIKON D3S | Manual | 1/400sec | F/11.0 | 2012:01:18 12:04:25

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NIKON D3S | Manual | 1/250sec | F/6.3 | 2012:01:18 09:58:58

NIKON D3S | Manual | 1/250sec | F/10.0 | 2012:01:18 09:56:14

GomPlayer 2, 1, 35, 5079 (KOR) | 2012:01:25 08:08:16

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NIKON D3S | Shutter priority | 1/200sec | F/13.0 | ISO-200 | 2012:01:17 16:04:50

NIKON D3 | Shutter priority | 1/800sec | F/9.0 | ISO-200 | 2012:01:17 14:15:38

NIKON D3S | Shutter priority | 1/320sec | F/9.0 | ISO-250 | 2012:01:17 13:23:12

NIKON D3 | Shutter priority | 1/800sec | F/7.1 | ISO-200 | 2012:01:17 14:09:15

NIKON D3S | Shutter priority | 1/1600sec | F/5.6 | ISO-400 | 2012:01:18 13:54:06

NIKON D3S | Manual | 1/125sec | F/7.1 | ISO-500 | 2012:01:20 10:53:25

NIKON D3S | Manual | 1/125sec | F/8.0 | ISO-500 | 2012:01:20 10:50:52

NIKON D3S | Manual | 1/250sec | F/9.0 | 2012:01:19 12:00:03

NIKON D300S | Manual | 1/2000sec | F/6.3 | ISO-200 | 2012:01:18 07:09:55



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The Defence Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, has today announced a contract award for 14 new Chinook helicopters, the RAF's workhorse on the front line in Afghanistan.

A Royal Air Force Chinook helicopter lifts off during pre-deployment training for operations in Afghanistan (stock image)

[Picture: Senior Aircraftman Neil Chapman, Crown Copyright/MOD 2009]

The contract with Boeing to supply the Chinook heavy lift helicopters will bring a significant enhancement to the mobility of front line forces. Already the largest fleet in Europe, this new contract will bring the UK's overall number of Chinooks to 60.

Dr Fox made the announcement during a visit to RAF Odiham, where he was given a tour of existing Chinook helicopters and spoke to crews who have recently returned from Afghanistan.

Today's announcement follows the Government's recent commitment to a one per cent a year real terms increase in the MOD's equipment and support budget from 2015.

This new Chinook contract is valued at £1bn, including development, manufacture, and the first five years of support for the new Chinooks.

Dr Fox said:

"This government is committed to delivering a top class equipment programme that is properly funded.

A Royal Air Force Chinook inserts Royal Marines of the Brigade Reconnaissance Force during an operation in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, in May 2011 (stock image)

[Picture: Petty Officer (Photographer) Hamish Burke, Crown Copyright/MOD 2011]

"By committing to increased funding, greater efficiencies and changes to our defence equipment programme, we have brought reality to the Defence Budget and can start signing contracts that will deliver real equipment. The previous government promised more Chinooks, but never had the money for them and never ordered them. It was just an aspiration.

"From the Falkland Islands to Iraq and Afghanistan, the RAF has operated Chinooks magnificently for many years in the most demanding environments. These additional helicopters will significantly enhance our existing heavy lift helicopter capability, supporting our front line troops in current and future operations for decades to come."

The Chinook is an incredibly versatile aircraft; capable of transporting up to 40 men or 10 tonnes of cargo, it provides vital support to front line forces in Afghanistan. The new Chinook Mark 6 helicopters will feature a digital flight control system, making them easier to operate in the most difficult conditions; including hot and dusty environments such as those encountered in Afghanistan.

Soldiers of the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards are pictured in a poppy field waiting for a Chinook helicopter to extract them following an operation in Afghanistan (stock image)

[Picture: Captain Joanna Timmerann, Crown Copyright/MOD 2010]

The RAF will receive the first aircraft for initial trials and testing in 2013 and it will enter service in May 2014, making an immediate contribution to the flexibility of the UK Chinook capability.

Delivery will be complete by the end of 2015. Three helicopters will be ready for operational deployment in early 2015, and all fourteen will be fully operational by early 2017.

The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton, said:

"Chinook is an exceptionally capable helicopter that in the hands of the very skilful RAF crews has proved itself time and again in many operational theatres across the globe and is the backbone of the Royal Air Force's helicopter fleet.

"This procurement will significantly enhance our battlefield helicopter capability and, alongside our other rotary wing platforms, the additional Chinooks will sustain the RAF's world-renowned support helicopter capability.

A Royal Marine from 42 Commando is pictured in a poppy field as a Chinook helicopter takes off in the background (stock image)

"This procurement will cement the role of the RAF's highly professional and committed support helicopter aircrew and ground crew at the heart of delivering decisive air power."

Vice President and Managing Director of Boeing Defence UK Ltd, Mike Kurth, said:

"The Boeing Company has a long-standing and growing relationship with the United Kingdom, its military and its aerospace industry and we are especially honoured by the confidence the RAF has shown in the Chinook.

"We feel a special kinship with the RAF crews because our employees are working shoulder to shoulder with them to deliver capability to the front line."

/ Writer by James Guthrie

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