New Linux mini distribution for penetration testing and ethical hacking fits onto a mini CD

The Live Hacking Mini CD is a new small Linux distribution designed
for ethical computer hacking. Based on its bigger brother (the Live
Hacking CD) this mini distribution contains the tools and utilities
you need to test and hack your own network by using the tools and
techniques employed by more malicious hackers.

The Live Hacking Mini CD is a ‘Live CD’ meaning that it runs directly
from the CD and doesn’t need installing on your hard-drive. Once
booted you can use the included utilities to perform penetration tests
and ethically hack on your own network to ensure that it is secure
from outside intruders.

To reduce this Linux distribution to a smaller size, the GNOME user
interface has been removed, meaning that this is a command-line only
distribution. However this doesn’t detract from the power of the tools
and utilities included as most of the penetration testing and ethical
hacking tools are command line tools. As well as the standard Linux
networking tools the Live Hacking Mini CD has tools for DNS
enumeration and reconnaissance as well as utilities for foot-printing,
password cracking and network sniffing. It also has programs for
spoofing and a set of wireless networking utilities. Once booted
checkout the /lh directory to see the tools included.

You can download it from http://www.livehacking.com

New software to display songs, scriptures and multimedia during your church meetings released today

Sunday Worship V1.0 has been released. The SundayWorship.net software is designed to easily display songs, scriptures and multimedia for use during your church meetings. By using a laptop or computer with two video outputs, a single computer can control a projector and its normal monitor at the same time.

The normal monitor shows the SundayWorship.net software which allows songs, scriptures and multimedia files to be selected, previewed and queued for displaying on the projector.

The congregation see what they need to ease worship while the operator can prepare for what is coming next.