BlackRoute is another Linux distribution for security and forensics analysis on x86 compatible architectures. It was originally based on Slackware. The goal of the project is to create a GNU/Linux distribution for advanced users, lovers of text tools, network and security specialists, and system administrators.
Release focus: Initial freshmeat announcement
This release is mature enough for a first release candidate. The 2.6 kernel series is supported exclusively. The system was fine-tuned to get the most out of it. It includes Linux kernel 220.127.116.11 with NDIS wrapper 1.44, madWiFi, truecrypt, kqemu, and more than 10 implementations of FUSE. Read/write mode is default for NTFS partitions. The hardware detection system was improved.