Blind security specialists?

Igor Gueths igueths at
Tue Jun 29 14:20:57 EDT 2004

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hmm...Try looking at The distribution itself is graphical, however they have a software list...Not sure of the exact URL to the html page. Its somewhere on the site under 
documents I think. Just look for the command line programs and you will be set.
On Tue, Jun 29, 2004 at 10:40:40AM -0700, Mark Melonson wrote:
> Hi all,
> Let me first explain a little about myself: I'm
> currently working part-time in the Assistive
> Technology lab of the college that I attend. I am a
> network security enthusiast and have a technical a
> somewhat extensive technical background. My eye
> condition is progressive and I've been having trouble
> keeping up with the things that I used to do. Such
> things include penetration testing, security audits,
> forensic work, etc... I am able to use most of my
> Windows tools thanks to WindowEyes, but I am used to
> using Knoopix-STD (Security Tools Distribution)
> for my security testing. Though
> I have extensive training for Windows including MCSE,
> etc... I'm not yet a power user of Linux, so I cannot
> customize the distro or create my own. If anybody has
> customized Knoppix-STD please let me know... I have
> seen the Speakup enabled Knoppix, but I'm looking for
> a Knoppix-STD as it is finely tuned to the needs of
> security professionals, including the essential tools,
> and then some. Any information, resources or contacts
> are greatly appreciated. Any suggestions are welcome,
> thanks in advance.
> Best regards,
> -Mark L. Melonson
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