Unless marked as "(complete plugin ...)", each of these plugins require you to download an iso image from the corresponding projects website.
Adding a multiboot plugin to UBCD4Win is as easy as extracting the plugin to your "%UBCD4Win%\plugin\Multiboot003\" folder then placing the iso image in the newly extracted "files" folder for the plugin and clicking "Config" from UBCD4WinBuilder to have the iso image extracted and everything put into place for you.
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Parted Magic v4.0 - http://partedmagic.com/ (74mb) - BCDW, Grub4dos, Syslinux - Updated 4/6/2009
Parted Magic v1.9 - http://partedmagic.com/ (37mb) - BCDW
Optimized at approximately 30MB, the Parted Magic OS employs core programs of GParted and Parted to handle partitioning tasks with ease, while featuring other useful programs (e.g. Partition Image, TestDisk, fdisk, sfdisk, dd, ddrescue, etc.) and an excellent set of documentation to benefit the user. An extensive collection of fileystem tools are also included, as Parted Magic supports the following: ext2, ext3, ext4, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs+, jfs, linux-swap, ntfs, reiserfs, reiser4, and xfs.
GParted v0.3.4-9 - http://gparted.sourc....net/livecd.php (52mb) - BCDW
GParted v025-3 - http://gparted.sourc....net/livecd.php - BCDW
to get that disk partitioned the way you want it. GParted LiveCD is based
on Gentoo-catalyst, and uses Xorg,the lightweight Fluxbox window manager,
and the latest 2.6 Linux Kernel.
Helix Linux v1.7 - http://www.e-fense.com/helix/ (700mb) - BCDW
Helix has been modified very carefully to NOT touch the host computer in any way and it is forensically sound. Helix wil not auto mount swap space, or auto mount any attached devices. Helix also has a special Windows autorun side for Incident Response and Forensics.
Helix focuses on Incident Response & Forensics tools. It is meant to be used by individuals who have a sound understanding of Incident Response and Forensic techniques. That said Helix is used by the following organizations for Incident Response/Forensics Training:
AOSS (Alternate Operating System Scanner) v22.214.171.124 - http://www.pctools.com/aoss/ (8mb) - BCDW
Once a system is infected with malware it becomes difficult to remove that malware as it is already embedded in the system and has control over many components which are key to the system's operations. Malware, like rootkits, use system components to hide themselves and prevent other software from detecting or removing them. This is often the case of who gets there first; if the malware is able to get control of the system earlier on then it also has control over any software that may be run later. Besides just hiding, malware can also block the execution of other security applications. If you cannot install or run a security application in the first place then you cannot scan and detect the malware. The best time to remove this malware is when it is not running, but malware often starts with the Operating System, so we would have to stop the Operating System to stop the malware. On a shutdown OS nothing is running and malware like rootkits cannot hide themselves and so it would be easy to find and remove them.
But how do you run a security program like Spyware Doctor on a system that is not running?
You run the security application on an Alternate Operating System which has access to the files and registry of the sleeping Operating System. Its like putting the Operating System under a general anaesthesia. The Alternate Operating System Scanner (AOSS) can now scan through all the files on the sleeping OS unobscured by any other applications or malware.
AOSS functions by loading up an Alternate mini Operating System which runs the scanners, which in turn read data from the Spyware Doctor signature database. The scanners scan the files and registry entries of the sleeping OS and use Spyware Doctor signatures to identify malicious entries. The user is then given the option to remove these entries. Without the malware running, AOSS can easily find and remove any malware, even the most sophisticated rootkit.
KNOPPIX v6.0.1 - http://www.knoppix.net/ (700mb) - BCDW, Grub4Dos, Syslinux - Updated 4/1/2009
KNOPPIX v(5.11?) - http://www.knoppix.net/ (700mb) - BCDW
Puppy Linux v3.01-seamonkey - http://www.puppylinu...e.php?page_id=1 (102mb) - BCDW
Enjoy the speed of Puppy as a live CD, or better still, as multi-session CD or DVD in your CD/DVD writer.
Back Track vBT2Final - http://www.remote-ex.../backtrack.html (700mb) - BCDW
It's evolved from the merge of the two wide spread distributions Whax and Auditor Security Collection. By joining forces and replacing these distribution the BackTrack could gain a massive popularity and was voted in 2006 as #1 at the surveil of insecure.org. Security professionals as well as new-comers are using it as their favorite toolset all over the globe.
System Rescue CD v? - http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page (118mb) - BCDW
System Rescue CD v1.0.3-RC1 - http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page (195mb) - BCDW
Ubuntu Linux v7.10 - http://www.ubuntu.com/ (700mb) - BCDW
Insert v1.3.9b_en - http://www.inside-se.../insert_en.html (61mb) - BCDW
INSERT contains a multitude of useful tools to be at your hand in a variety of situations:
full read-write support for NTFS-partitions using ntfs-3g
support for various file system types:
net based: NFS,SMBFS,CIFS,NCPFS,SSHFS,AFS
support for linux software RAID and LVM2
support for WLAN adapters
network analysis (e.g. nmap, tcpdump)
disaster recovery (e.g. gparted, gpart, partimage, testdisk, recover)
virus scanning (Clam Antivirus, the GUI xfprot for F-Prot)
computer forensics (e.g. chkrootkit, foremost, rootkit hunter)
surf the internet (e.g. the web browser dillo [enhanced version], the graphical FTP client gFTP)
network boot server to boot network boot enabled clients that cannot boot from the CD (insert-remote)
installation on a USB memory stick (usb-install)
based on Linux kernel 126.96.36.199 and Knoppix 5.1.1
CloneZilla v1.2.1-50 - http://sourceforge.n...cts/clonezilla/ (95mb) - BCDW, Grub4dos, Syslinux - Updated 3/30/2009
CloneZilla v1.0.9-1 - http://sourceforge.n...cts/clonezilla/ (92mb) - BCDW
OphCrack Live CD v1.1.4 - http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/ (485mb) - BCDW
NOTE *** You need to manually start Ophcrack from the command line after booting it due to the fact that Ophcrack uses semicolons ";" in it's isolinux.cfg file which is incompatible with BCDW.
Type "./launch.sh" (without the quotes) after booting it and logging in as root to start it.
Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk v6.2 - http://www.netbootdisk.com/ (complete plugin 1.44mb) - BCDW, Grub4dos, Syslinux - Updated 3/30/2009
Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk v6.4 - http://www.netbootdisk.com/ (complete plugin 1.44mb) - BCDW, Grub4dos, Syslinux - Updated 3/30/2009
Most people use this bootdisk for "Ghosting" PC's over a network connection. This disk will provide the DOS networking and drivers to allow the mapping of a network drive containing your imaging software and files. TCP/IP based image transfers, like GhostCast is also supported.
Kapersky Rescue CD - http://devbuilds.kas...lds/RescueDisk/ (94mb) - BCDW
Partition Wizard Home Edition - http://www.partition...ootable-cd.html (38mb) - BCDW, Grub4dos, Syslinux - Updated 9/15/2009