Any Insecure Distros knocking around?
I know, I know, odd question, and it's not a typo.
I'm looking for a relatively modern, INsecure distro of linux for use at my uni - we're setting up two computers for a "warboxing" affair, where we've got two teams of people trying to break into each other's boxes to teach them about linux security - what sort of attacks to expect, and how to stop them.
the distro that we'd settled on using was debian woody - based on (I believe) the 2.2.20 kernel, with what appears to be more holes than a ship made of sieves - perfect, seeing as the expected userbase won't know a whole much about linux.
However, me and the other organiser can't for the life of use get X running properly, and I don't have the time to figure out how to get an old, outdated kernel to work properly on relativley modern hardware.
So, explanation done with, I ask you this: is there a distro out there at the moment, with a relatively modern kernel, some kind of window manager, and a whole host of security issues, right out of the box?
EDIT: Oh, and if I've stuck this in the wrong section, feel free to get it moved to wherever's applicable. This just seemed the most appropriate.. though, new forum, new stuff tog et used to :D