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DistroWatch.com: F.I.R.E.

F.I.R.E.

Last Update: Thursday 17 July 2014 04:51 GMT


FIRE is a portable bootable CD-based distribution with the goal of providing an immediate environment to perform forensic analysis, incident response, data recovery, virus scanning and vulnerability assessment. It also provides necessary tools for live forensics/analysis on win32, Solaris, SPARC and x86 Linux hosts just by mounting the CDROM and using trusted static binaries available in /statbins. In other words, FIRE is a Linux distribution with lots of useful security tools and a fine menu system which makes it very easy to use. Nothing on your computer is modified, so you can try it out safely.


FIRE Summary
Distribution F.I.R.E - the Forensic and Incident Response Environment (formerly DMZS-Biatchux)
Home Page http://biatchux.dmzs.com/
Mailing Lists http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=46038
User Forums --
Documentation http://biatchux.dmzs.com/scripts_howto.php
Screenshots LinuxScreenshots.org
Download Mirrors http://sourceforge.net/projects/biatchux/
Bug Tracker --
Related Websites  
Reviews  
Where To Buy OSDisc.com (sponsored link)

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Feature 0.4a
Release Date 2003/05/14
End Of Life  
Price (US$) Free
CDs 1
Free Download ISO
Installation --
Default Desktop --
Package Management  
Office Suite --
Processor Architecture i386
Journaled File Systems  
Multilingual  
Asian Language Support  
Full Package List  

Note: This project does not provide a complete list of includeed software packages. A partial list of mostly specialist forensic and data recovery tools can be found on this page.

Previous Release: 2002-11-28: 0.3.5b
2002-08-19: 0.2b


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