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TOR is included in BT3 but lacks some components, ie tsocks. Here is how to fix it:
TOR is included in BT3 but lacks some components, ie tsocks. Here is how to fix it:
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# First compile tsocks
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1. First compile tsocks
wget 'http://downloads.sourceforge.net/tsocks/tsocks-1.8beta5.tar.gz?modtime=1035331200&big_mirror=0'
wget 'http://downloads.sourceforge.net/tsocks/tsocks-1.8beta5.tar.gz?modtime=1035331200&big_mirror=0'
tar zxvf tsocks-1.8beta5.tar.gz
tar zxvf tsocks-1.8beta5.tar.gz
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cd ..
cd ..
hash -r
hash -r
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# Fix some links
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2. Fix some links
ln -s /lib/libtsocks.so /usr/lib/libtsocks.so
ln -s /lib/libtsocks.so /usr/lib/libtsocks.so
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# Check your setup by connecting to a server where you have access and check if the origin is coming from a non-known IP
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3. Check your setup by connecting to a server where you have access and check if the origin is coming from a non-known IP
netstat -anp | grep <YOUR_IP>
netstat -anp | grep <YOUR_IP>

Revision as of 17:19, 27 October 2008

Intro

BackTrack is a very useful security distribution for various hacks (pentests, rev eng, audit, ...).

Installing

Best way to install is to have it on a USB key and boot from it.

Here are a few problems I encountered with BackTrack 3 and their accompanying solutions.

TOR

TOR is included in BT3 but lacks some components, ie tsocks. Here is how to fix it:

1. First compile tsocks

wget 'http://downloads.sourceforge.net/tsocks/tsocks-1.8beta5.tar.gz?modtime=1035331200&big_mirror=0'
tar zxvf tsocks-1.8beta5.tar.gz
cd tsocks-1.8
./configure 
make
make install
cd ..
hash -r

2. Fix some links

ln -s /lib/libtsocks.so /usr/lib/libtsocks.so

3. Check your setup by connecting to a server where you have access and check if the origin is coming from a non-known IP

netstat -anp | grep <YOUR_IP>
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