Katana: Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite

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Katana v1.5 (Z@toichi)

Katana 1.5 is a portable multi-boot security suite designed for many of your computer security needs. The idea behind this tool is to bring together all of the best security distributions to run from one USB drive. Katana includes distributions which focus on Pen-Testing, Auditing, Forensics, System Recovery, Network Analysis, Malware Removal and more.

Distros:

- Backtrack 4
- the Ultimate Boot CD
- Ultimate Boot CD for Windows
- Ophcrack Live
- Puppy Linux
- Kaspersky Live
- Trinity Rescue Kit
- Clonezilla
- Derik's Boot and Nuke

And instructions on installing additional Distributions can be found here.


Katana Tool Kit

- Wireshark
- Firefox
- PuTTY
- the Unstoppable Copier
- OllyDBG
- ProcessActivityView
- SniffPass Password Sniffer
- ClamAV
- IECookiesView
- MozillaCacheView
- FreeOTFE
- FindSSN
- The Sleuth Kit
- OpenOffice
and many more.
News

02/12/2010: Katana v1.5 Release

12/31/2009: Security-Database Best IT Security Tools For 2009 - Katana awared Excellent Live distro

Download

Name: Katana v1.5
File: katana-v1.5.rar
Size: ~ 3.1 GB
MD5: 3d80c9e6629462779822f11752868bbe
DOWNLOAD:

Torrent: katana-v1.5.torrent

Mirrors:

http://mirror.cc.vt.edu/pub/katana/ Current Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
http://newfe.kracomp.com/katana Current

http://www.d3vrandom.net/hfc/katana Old

http://gextrade.thegoodhacker.com/katana/katana-v1.rar Old


Installation

1. Requires USB flash drive of size 8GB or larger with 6GB free space.
(NOTE: You can install Katana on smaller drives by uninstalling some distributions. See step 4.)

2. Download katana-v1.rar to local disk. Full install requires 6 GB of free disk space on local downloading system.
(NOTE: FAT16/FAT32 partitions cannot accommodate a 6GB file.)

3. Flash drive must be formatted FAT32.
(OPTIONAL: Create "katana" directory on local disk.)

4. (Turn off your virus scanner before install) Extract katana-v1.rar to the "katana" directory and move to USB flash drive OR extract directly to the root of the flash drive. Now you can run the uninstall_tools.bat or uninstall_tools.sh script in "boot/uninstall/" directory if you wish to remove any distributions. This can also be done after installation.

5. Change directory to the freshly copied /boot directory on the USB device. Make sure you're in the "boot" directory on the USB device!

6. Run the following with Administrative privileges. For Linux/OSX run ./boostinst.sh, for Windows run ./boostinst.bat

7. Make sure computer BIOS allows USB boot. Boot from flash drive.

All Done!
Log

v1.5 (codename "Z@toichi") - 02-10-2010 :
Download katana-v1.5.torrent
MD5: 3d80c9e6629462779822f11752868bbe
- Distros Removed: OSWA Assistant, Damn Small Linux, Damn Vulnerable Linux, Slax
- Distros Added: Puppy Linux, Kaspersky Live, Trinity Rescue Kit, Clonezilla, Derik's Boot and Nuke
- Added the Katana Tool Kit interface
- Added several new Windows tools inclusing GNUWin32, Forensic Acquisition Utilities, Angry IP and The Sleuth Kit.
- Changed the personal directory from "home" to "Documents".

v1.0 (codename "Kyuz-0") - 10-31-2009 :
Download katana-v1.torrent
MD5: df6738eec7dce3cbaf4dfab7cc691969
- Updated Ophcrack Live, Backtrack and OSWA Assistant.
- Added over 100 portable Windows Applications.
- Included addtional documentation.
- Added install and uninstall scripts for easier use.

v1.0 beta - 05-21-2009 :
MD5:
- Initial Release.



Screen Shots
Katana Boot Menu

Katana


Katana Tool Kit

Katana

Linking to Katana

Insert the following HTML code to add the Katana button to your website:



It looks like this:

FAQ

Why do I get disk write errors when downloading Katana?
A possible explanation is the file system type. File system, like FAT16 and FAT32, cannot handle files the size of the Katana RAR file. Make sure you are downloading to a partition with over 6 Gigabytes of free space on a file system that allows for storage of files over 6 Gigabytes.

Why is Katana so big?
Katana is comprised of many distributions designed to maximize use by coming as close to the 700 MB limit of a CD as they are able. All the distributions included in Katana, excluding the 50MB Damn Small Linux, are at least 600 MB by themselves. Combining these tools with some additional applications is why Katana requires around 6 GB of space.

Installing additional Distributions to Katana
General instructions on installing additional Ditros can be found here.

Instructions on installing ...

- UBCD4Win

- Backtrack 4

- Backtrack 3

- Clonezilla

- Puppy Linux

- Trinity Rescue Disk

- Nimblix

- Kon-Boot

- Dereks Boot and Nuke

- Samurai

- WeakNet

- OWASP Live

How can I leave feedback?

Can I install Katana on my harddrive?
Yes, running the install script can install Katana on the hard disk. The current boot loader for that disk will be replaced with the syslinux boot loader. The disk must be a FAT32 filesystem.

Why can't I boot from USB?
You may need to configure yout BIOS to boot from USB. You can generaly access your computer BIOS using [F1], [F2], or [Delete]. You may need to reconfigure the Boot Order to set the USB boot at a higher priority.

Why do I get "no bootable partition in table"?
See forum link

Why can't I extract the RAR file?
See forum link

Why does my Anti-Virus flag some files in Katana?


These files are flagged because they could potentially be used for malicious purposes by the user, but they can also be very useful for forensics and general sys-admin duties. When you read their description it may become more clear why anti-virus considers them potentially dangerous. Zipped versions of many of these tools are included because I have noticed that some Anti-Virus programs (like Symatic) delete them automatically if allowed to scan the Katana drive.

fonte: www.hackfromacave.com
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