SecBSD: an UNIX-like OS for Hackers.

submited 26 February 2019

SecBSD is an UNIX-like operating system focused on computer security based on OpenBSD. Designed for security testing, hacking and vulnerability assessment, it uses full disk encryption and ProtonVPN + OpenVPN by default.

A security BSD enviroment for security researchers, penetration testers, bug hunters and cybersecurity experts. Developed by Dark Intelligence Team for private use and will be public release coming soon.

Some tools working by default in SecBSD 1.3:

OpenVPN + ProtonVPN.
Nmap by Fyodor.
Metasploit by Rapid7.
Burp Suite Community Edition by PortSwigger Web Security.
Social Engineer Toolkit by Dave Kennedy (ReL1K).
Gobuster by OJ Reeves.
Aquatone & Gitrob by Michael Henriksen.
R3con1z3r by Raji Abdulgafar.
OWASP Zed Attack Proxy by The OWASP ZAP core project.
Radare2 by pancake aka trufae.
WAFW00F by Sandro Gauci && Wendel G. Henrique.
Arjun & Photon by Somdev Sangwan.
Red Hawk by R3D#@0R_2H1N A.K.A Tuhinshubhra.
Exploit pattern by Sven Steinbauer.
Hydra by Van Hauser.
Sublist3r by Ahmed Aboul-Ela.
Wireshark by Gerald Combs.
X Attacker by Mohamed Riahi.
DataSploit by Shubham Mittal, Sudhanshu Chauhan & Kunal Aggarwal.
Cloudflare Enumeration Tool by Matthew Bryant.
Tko-Subs by Anshuman Bhartiya.
Parameth by Ciaran McNally.
Routersploit by Threat9.
Tplmap by Emilio Pinna.
Commmix by Anastasios Stasinopoulos.
Auto Sub Takeover by Jordy Zomer.
Sqlmap by Sqlmap Project.
Hostile Sub Bruteforcer by Ben Sadeghipour.
Aircrack-ng by Thomas d’Otreppe.
Nikto by Chris Sullo.
Can I take over XYZ by EdOverflow.
SSH Punk 1337 by Giuseppe Corti.
SpiderFoot by Steve Micallef.
Knockpy by Gianni Amato.
Exploit Framework by Wang Yihang.
Autosploit by NullArray. Mauro Soria.
ShellPop & ShellKiller by Andre Marques.
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