The winner to LifeHacker’s Best Live CD poll is the excellent security focused Backtrack.
Lifehacker readers apparently love a live CD that is all work and no play. Backtrack, a security-oriented live CD packed with useful tools, took home the crown for top live CD.
Linux.com reviews BackTrack 2.
BackTrack is a live CD Linux distribution that focuses on penetration testing. A merger of two older security-related distros — Whax and Auditor Security Collection — BackTrack bundles more than 300 security tools.
The BackTrack security LiveCD has released a download link for the beta of version 2.0.
ComputerWeekly.com mentions BackTrack as a quick way to run Kismet in their article on wireless security tools.
OSDir has recently posted many screenshots of new releases, here they are:
Notice the installer icons on the desktops of all the *buntu screenshots.
The long awaited final release of BackTrack, the combination of WHAX (Whoppix) and Auditor, is out and available for download.