I want to make a penetration test for servers in my network, The most servers OS's are Linux and some are Windows servers and Solaris, I'm looking for a Linux based powerfull and helpfull tool I can use for this testing, Can some one help me.
BackTrack is designed for this sort of thing.
It's not the easiest, but well worth the effort ;)
+1 for Back Track
I use it myself. It is not a "newbie" friendly distro but it has a lot of goodies for security and penetration. It runs as mainly a live session.
Originally Posted by Drunk_Mexican
I take it you ment Live CD
use backtrack for pentest....
n if you want, use VMware for make virtual networking.....
n if u wanna pentse u have to know, basic TCP/IP...
Not sure about your exploit knowledge.
But try metasploit db_autopwn, Nessus and NMap.
If your knowledge is slightly higher, use Backtrack and probe some services.
Get Radare out and pwn some binz.
Radare and Metasploit make a powerfull 0DayCocktail. ;)