Damn Vulnerable Linux

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Damn Vulnerable Linux
OS family Linux
Working state Discontinued
Platforms i486
Kernel type Monolithic kernel (Linux)

Damn Vulnerable Linux was a Linux distribution formed from Slackware with the goal of being an intentionally vulnerable system for practice/teaching purposes in regards to Network and Computer Security. It has been discontinued.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DistroWatch: DVL". Retrieved 10 October 2012.