Wifislax64: The ideal distro for security in WiFi networks

I am convinced that most of the readers of DesdeLinux have heard of Wifislax64 and that some others are true experts using this distro that has been designed mainly to perform audits for Wi-Fi networks but that can be used in many other areas of computer security.

This distro is preferred by users who want to have free internet, since it has a large number of applications that allow you to automatically connect to free Wi-Fi networks and also comes equipped with applications that will allow you to violate the security of private Wi-Fi networks.

The responsibility of maintaining and updating this distro comes from the hand of a team made up of security experts of Spanish-speaking origin, which are divided into working groups in order to develop scripts that allow to automate audit processes and in turn said groups they are in charge of testing and verifying the integrity of the tools that are added to the suite.

Wifislax64-1.1-final: The latest version available

The latest version available of this specialist WiFi network security distro is wifislax64 version 1.1, It is the result of more than 7 months of hard work where the objective of improving the performance of the distro, adding new applications and above all correcting some bugs that the community has reported has prevailed.

It is important to note that all versions of Wifislax are now 64-bit, this latest version is built based on the packages of slackware64-14.2 updated, with availability of XFCE and KDE desktops, in addition to being equipped with the 4.9.40 kernel from the 4.9 LTS branch, UEFI support and Secure boot.

WiFi network security

The distro has multiple ways to boot where live execution stands out, which are complemented by execution in text mode, in Vesa graphic mode and execution with copying in RAM. Its powerful installer offers us multiple possibilities and guides us throughout the execution and / or installation path.

The minimum characteristics recommended for the execution of this distro is 512 megabytes of ram for use in live mode and 1 gig for installation, plus a partition ext4 of at least 10 gigs.

A large number of applications are installed by default in this distro, among which are:

  • Google Chrome
  • filezilla
  • Capstone
  • youtube-dl
  • qbittorrent
  • wireshark
  • aircrack
  • sslscan
  • cabextract
  • p7zip
  • wifiphisher
  • airgeddon
  • Unrar
  • opus
  • sqlmap
  • yakuake
  • and many more.

All these applications are distributed in an extensive and organized menu, where the wifislax category groups all the applications for auditing Wi-Fi networks and the rest of the applications are grouped into their respective categories.

The Wifislax team has offered the following possibilities for your downloads:

FTP: http://www.downloadwireless.net/isos/wifislax64-1.1-final.iso
MEGA: https://mega.nz/#!z1YTlKbL!1F1OqmQC5kDRt7d0jwGLC4IHszDLYgUGrYmVp6WpFEU
MEDIAFIREhttp://www.mediafire.com/file/5yndrs88pie88nz/wifislax64-1.1-final.iso

Please download and place the iso image on a bootable drive to start enjoying a light and fast distro with a variety of applications for network auditing and the entire area of ​​computer security.


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  1.   MarkVR said

    How long does it take to break a WPA2 password of more than 10 alphanumeric characters? ...

    1.    deadbeefcafe said

      It depends on your computing power, but probably a lot, usually for this there are better methods than brute force, one is to hit the wps if it is enabled and the other that comes to mind is by social engineering, for example you raise an ap With the same name and deauthentics to the user, when the user connects to your app you ask him with a page to re-enter his Wi-Fi password. There are a couple of tools that make this all pretty automated.

      1.    Amir torrez said

        I think one is Linset.

  2.   Arg0s said

    I'm curious ... how do SlowDNS-like applications that promise free Internet without data work? I have read a bit and there is a lot of information on how to make it work but not on how to get it

    Congratulations on the blog!

  3.   Felipe said

    Excuse the ignorance,
    Can it be used as live or do you have to install it to use it well?

    1.    Name * Pedro Torres said

      I used it as live. Now I installed it. Therefore, both are correct. Regards.

  4.   JamesCEH said

    Interesting, let's try ...

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    1.    lizard said

      Thank you very much for your report friend