Discover our new Debian-based platform created for penetration testers and security researchers.
BlackWeb is a Linux distribution aimed at advanced Penetration Testing and Security Auditing. BlackWeb contains several hundred tools which are geared towards various information security tasks, such as Penetration Testing, Security research, Computer Forensics and Reverse Engineering.
If you'd like to make any change/modification, in order to suite to your purposes, or maybe add additional tools that is not present in the repositories, nothing could be easier in doing that with BlackWeb. Create your own deb, send your package to dev team and contribute actively to the evolution of BlackWeb.
Starting from an appropriately configured LXDE desktop manager it offers stability and speed. BlackWeb has been designed with the aim of achieving the maximum performance and minimum consumption of resources.
Feel free to get the system, share with anyone, read the source code and change it as you want! This system is made to respect your freedom, and it ever will be. It's always updated and frequently released. Everything is under your complete control.
BlackWeb is a new operating system focused on Penetration Testing, Digital Forensics and Privacy protection. We consider documentation an important part of any operating system, the technical manuals that describe the operation and use of programs. As part of its efforts to create a high-quality free operating system, the BlackWeb Project is making every effort to provide all of its users with proper documentation in an easily accessible form.
The documentation is still being written, and all the BlackWeb users are invited to contribute to the creation and translation process of this portal.
The BlackWeb Project is based on top of the testing branch of Debian GNU/Linux, then most of the Debian documentation is valid for BlackWeb too.
The following is a list of good Debian resources every BlackWeb user should know
The Debian Administrator's Handbook the comprehensive user manual
Debian Reference, a terse user's guide with the focus on the shell command line
VI. Wireless Attacks
VII. Reverse Engineering
VIII. Exploitation Tools
XII. Reporting Tools
XIII. Social Engineering Tools