WEAKERTHAN Linux 6

WEAKERTHAN Linux 6

WEAKERTH4N Linux 6 is the latest version of the penetration testing environment that I have built using Debian Linux. All previous versions of Weakerthan, including WEAKERTH4N, have been geared toward those who prefer the command line interface for all of their hacking. This version, however, I have included GUI tools to try for a wider audience. It is still built using Debian Linux (And the BETA is using the stock kernel), still uses Fluxbox as the window manager, and still comes packed with all of the custom code that I have written over the years including WARCARRIER.









Download

Download from my local server at 80211.ninja:

Version 6.12.09 (UPDATE: These links bypass CloudFlare, so if you still get Captcha issues, please email them to me, post the issue here on the weblog. Sorry for the inconvenience.)
Download ISO Here
Download MD5 Here


WEAKERTH4N: BLUE GHOST EDITION

The current stable version of WEAKERTHAN Linux, is WEAKERTHAN Linux 6. The Blue Ghost edition is Weakerthan Linux 4. If you would like to have a copy of this older ISO, it can be downloaded from the links below. For the sake of the tools and functionality, I would highly recommend downloading the latest version though, 6.

WEAKERTH4N (Weakerthan Linux 4) screenshot

Features

  • Fluxbox
  • NVIDIA (CUDA Support)
  • Penetration testing tools

Download

Download from my local server at 80211.ninja:
Download the ISO image (1419771904 bytes)
Download the ISO MD5 (49 bytes)

Download from the mirror hosted by Mad at pub.pcheaven.eu:
Download the ISO image (1419771904 bytes)
Download the ISO MD5 (49 bytes)

93 comments:

  1. Weakerthan will be based? Debian, Arch, Ubuntu? Each one?

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    1. Yes! I am building it using Debian 8. Do you have any requests for features, drivers, etc?

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    2. If you don't mind put this scaner https://github.com/googleinurl/SCANNER-INURLBR

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    3. Done! http://weaknetlabs.com/images/inurlbr.png :D Keep the suggestions comin'!

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    4. T50 is a vey good tool too! http://sourceforge.net/projects/t50/

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    5. Done! :) compiling the latest beta now...

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  2. At the beginning thank you for great job opportunities please introduce encrypt installation using lux on the hard disk partition boot option

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    1. Okay thank you! I will look into it and let you know! :)

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  3. what are the different between WEAKERTHAN Linux 3.6 BETA (Legacy) and WEAKERTH4N: BLUE GHOST EDITION? i wanna download one of them today ASAP :D

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    1. Hello there! The main difference is the version of Linux (the actual kernel). Both (high-level differences) have slightly dated tool sets, but the Blue Ghost version (which is Weakerthan 4) is a lot newer than 3.6. I will be removing the 3.6 version as soon as I get version 6 uploaded. and probably won't keep version 4 around much longer after that. See, in the strange ever-changing world (that is seemingly a house of cards, where the cards are dependencies), the smallest change in a library or kernel can devastate a Linux distro, Linux window manager, or even a single application. The purpose of these ISOs is to make sure I have all o f those tools installed, tested, patched, etc so that they are fully working upon release! Sorry for the confusion here, I hope you like the version you download!

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    2. the point is, Weakerthan 4 is upgraded from Weakerthan 3.6 and a whole tools already tested, installed, etc. aahh~ i see the future here hahaha. Now I will download one, thanks a lot pal :D so many thanks for you

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  4. here's some suggestions :
    http://constantine.sourceforge.net/
    https://ufonet.03c8.net/

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    1. Constantine's code added: https://weaknetlabs.com/images/constantineadded.png

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    2. ufonet added: https://weaknetlabs.com/images/ufonetadded.png

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  5. My suggestion:
    - Armitage http://www.fastandeasyhacking.com/download

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  6. My suggestion was that the ability to encrypt the installation weakerthan6 if he was not a problem to weakerhan he could co-exist alongside other distro on your hard drive. Currently I installed the weakerhan6 on samsung n150 netbook toshiba a300 and both vessels are equipped with network cards rtl8188 rtl8192 bcm4313 and I do not think wifi missing drivers. I will have with them deb packages reinstall them but have not I tried to temporarily connect through eth0.

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    1. Okay brother! I have added Disk Encryption utilities. To use them is up to you! See this: http://weaknetlabs.com/images/cryptsetup.PNG

      Thank you!

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  7. Sorry for my English I use google translator

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    1. Hey no problem! I saw this a s a suggestion before and was still looking into it. It's a good idea! As far as the wifi adapters go, I will need to test them and add more drivers into the next release I guess. Currently, I am using the default Jessie kernel and Jessie drivers for Debian, so that may bring you some clues when searching online for answers. I hope! I wish I had access to more hardware to test :(

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  8. weakerthan6 do in high anonymous proxy server ip inside weakerhan6 that was the option to opt amended truncated ip location UserAgents all one click something like whois virtualmachine I hope that my suggestion is not very big thank the creator for a great distro weakerthan ranging from 3.6 / BlueGhost just Thank you very much and I appreciate the contribution of work

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    1. Sure! do you have any particular proxies in mind? I do have the socks5Proxy installed from Constantine (see comments above) and also I have Tor browser set up.

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  9. With debian Jessy I know it can be a little reluctant to build because of it, and not all packages are compatible with older versions of the packages problem, "wifi driver" and I think it will have any problems and nearly every network card yourself reinstall them in the worst case, buy a wifi usb in the case of hardware models zadkich am passionate about linux and generally technologies and admire good and strong Distra such as weakerthan6 and its previous versions. Probably the creation of such Distra absorbs a lot of time and skills thank you again for the contribution to the project weakerthan6

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    1. Anytime! :) I will try my best to get all drivers installed/patched!

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  10. I have an idea what might be to add to weakerthan6 but I do not know whether to agree and whether it is feasible to implement. Man mean adding a set of virtual machines and the ability to create new virtual machines where for instance on the first machine can be launched Browser false ip anonymous mode and at the same time you can have a running machine where it starts 2 browser is no longer true ip and at the same time can be also launched 3 machine where you can for use the example file manager and all isolated from each other by insulation safety my idea is taken from a distribution qubes that is created on a fedora but I think that it be possible to do this in weakerthan6 I will add links to your qubes to explain exactly what I mean https: //www.qubes-os.org/ ####### https://youtu.be/NeKMNc6SUNk I think that adding a similar mechanism to weakerthan6 it got to with the distribution distro really strong and the best of the available pentesting thanks for adding disk encryption tools. Dale idea of ​​adding virtual machines function but adding that no longer depends on me greet

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  11. Just wanted to say thank you very much for all your hard work and providing us with this distro. I've recently moved to linux from BSDs and am a little rusty. Having something like this to get acclimated to the linux environment as it applies to pentesting has been a great jump off point and saved me a lot of research time. I'm having a great time playing around with Weakertha4n - I've probably put in 10 hours this week learning the tools you've put in here. I've had a little trouble with my internal wifi (intel advanced n 6205) but it's been fun to learn debian conventions and get it working.
    Also, your Fluxbox theme is really slick - the colors and icons are gorgeous. I'm really into the dark themes and this one really shines.
    Thanks again for all the time and selfless dedication you've contributed here - you've made a great playground and I can't wait to see this develop.

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    1. Wow! thank you! :D I am happy that you like the art; it's my second favorite thing of doing all of this (I love art). My first is comments like these <3 I will continue to update this ISO for months to come and keep adding more art and designs (theme updates, etc), so feel free to stick around and download them! If you really like something about a theme, menu change, or wallpaper that I have made let me know and I'll make it static (as I seems to be going first in last out with things). Also, if you need help and can't seem to get passed an issue with drivers/etc you can always email me (email link in left nav table in this site). Thanks again! :) :)

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  12. Ah this is probably a really stupid question but... How do you install WT6 to the hard drive? The old version had an option for it, but now theres doesnt seem to be an option..

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  13. Please, I need help.I do not how to install a specific language pack Slovak language for special characters such as "č ť ľ é í ľ š "etc .Thank you very much for help. Fans from Slovakia

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  14. Hello :
    I'm just try to start apache service but I don't know
    the command service apahe2 start didn't work with me
    can you tell me how to start it please and thanks for Weakerthan (Great Distribution)

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  16. My suggestion is to add a proxy glype to htdocs directory apache2 with after running instance glype icon starts automatically apache2 and proxy glype greet

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    1. For most applications that support it, you can use Tor.

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  19. Hello.
    Just one question, what bootloader did you use? GRUB2 or BURG?

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  20. Dude, sorry if I'm telling something wrong, but I downloaded the wt 6.0 iso and I build a USB bootable with dd (dd if=/dev/sdx of=path/to/iso.iso bs=1M), but it's not booting...
    is there something I can do?

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    1. What happens? Is there any error? Does it hang? Can you get to the boot device menu of your computer? Have you tried unetbootin? that always seems to work for me.

      Thanks,

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    3. you probably made a mistake in file/destination selection order.
      if= input file and of = destination, you typed if = destination of = input file

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  21. Douglas, Sorry for the delay. Boot just doesn't happens. I've changed on Bios Setup, I tried disabling UEFI...but it doesn't work either. I didn't tried wtih unetbootin. I found it weird because I always use dd bash command to build a usb boot...anyway, I will try with unetbootin and I put the result here. Congratulations btw. I love fluxbox so...it's great to join security stuff and featured fluxbox ready to go...=-D

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  22. I tried with unetbootin here, nothing. The screen remains black and stops reading the usb stick. I tried with another usb sticks just to be sure.

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    1. Try using grub to boot from an ISO on your hd instead. It seems that a lot of people are having the issue of not being able to get the image running from a USB drive.

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    2. Could you please help me with that? I'm new with this grub stuff so I don't know who to set it to boot from an iso file.

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    3. What exactly are you having an issue with? Please reply here at this thread. Thanks,

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    4. So Im trying to unetbooten the ISP to a thumb drive, then from that boot run an installer to install to a blank space in my computers HD so I can duel boot. This is how I have duel booted Kali in the past but no dice. Any help is appreciated. I've used unetbooten and win32disk imager. Neither creates a bootable thumb drive. Double tested the thumb with Kali and mint, no problems.

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  23. I still don't get the issue, man. So you can't boot into a flashed USB drive? Or can you not boot your installation that you have already installed to your hard disk? This is a 32bit Debian based ISO and please treat it as so, not a Kali hybrid.

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    1. The issue is, I have a usb pendrive, I've used dd to try to put weakerthanlinux's iso on it so that I can boot my machine directly from the pendrive. It doesn't work, when my notebook starts it just skipps usb drive and the boot goes directly from the HD. When I do the same process using debian iso, it works....

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  24. Hi
    Amazing Work by you
    Thanks alot!!!

    Requesting you to add Mozilla Firefox with integrated hackbar

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    1. Firefox was replaced by Chrome, as Firefox was lacking in developer tools, even with the Developer Version.

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  25. The OS didn´t detect me my wirless

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  26. Douglas Hello I have a great idea that you can add to weakerthan to do it the best and strongest Pentest distro that wogole was formed. My idea is, for example VirtualBox GUI and the two images whonix whonix workstation and gateway combined with the browser and it's all built in an ISO weakerthan from immediately after installation or in live mode available and ready to work to maximize anonymous create a work environment. I know that the iso image to weakerthan increased but in my opinion warto.Moja Another suggestion is also embedding and klijenta OpenVPN server with the addition of some gui gui bar or make a menu for openvp, track, vidalia, privoxy, polipo, I2P, squid, proxy glype, whonix, all in one menu and configured on-example, adding a second browser where just one click reboots openvpn-squid anomizer-privoxy-polipo-I2P-proxy glype-whonix- track vidalia My next suggestion is the added ability to mount disks, partitions only zapisu.Kolejna read-only suggestion is to add a simplified mozliosci chroot us to a different system using gui programu.jest a few suggestion demanding job probably adding their contribution does not depend on me greet

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    1. I have never heard of a "dns.mail" server, I'm sorry. This is regular Debian-based platform.

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  28. Please help. how to connect wifi network in this OS?

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    1. Try using WiCD if you are new to Linux. - I hope this helps - Thanks

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  29. Any chance for 64bit version of Weakerthan. It sees only 4BG of RAM, but i have 16GB. It would be nice, because of all linux distro now i like Weakerthan the most. I switched from Kali 2.0 because i had some problems with TPLink wifi adapter. Weakerthan found it and it works great. I like the speed, the look, fluxbox is great, but i would like to see all my RAM recognized.

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    1. You can easily install the 64 bit version by searching the repository for "linux-image-amd64" - Thank you

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  30. Problem solved...installed 'linux-image-686-pae'

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    1. This will allow you to "see" all of the RAM but limit the processes to 4GB each. There's quite a difference between physical address extension and true 64bit support. I hope this helps. - Thanks

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  31. I just have no luck...In two days of use, system freezed 3-4 times and i had it restarted by force(restart button). Once i watched a movie, everything freezed, but sound and mouse were still working, i mean not freezed. Help...

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    1. Okay, I literally have no idea what's causing it. Overheating? Hardware issue? Software - what player were you using? do you have any software terminal output or logs? do you have any kernel out logs? - Thanks

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    2. It seems that it is a graphic card driver problem. I installed Nvidia driver but something went wrong and it cannot load nvidia driver. I tried to get back default driver and for a several hours nothing happened, everything is well.

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  32. Overheating no. Hardware issue no. I have Windows 7, Kali 2.0 and XUbuntu and they never freezed. Once it freezed when i refreshed Google Chrome, once while playing VLC. It freezed yesterday with 3.16 Kernel(default pure system install, not a single item were installed), today twice with kernel 4. This is the list of thing that i installed after system install...firmware-realtek, firmware-atheros, conky, linux-image-686-pae. That's all. Maybe i will try pure install again and see what will happen.

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  33. se fosse disponível em torrent também seria bom

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  34. Installed 3.16-pae kernel in place of kernel 4-pae and now everything works like a charm. I started 25-30 applications and no freezing. Everything works great, thanx Douglas.

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  35. Hey Douglas I am very appreciative of this Distro as are many others. Just a question of how to get my sound to work... I am running on AMD64 and tried the volume control and I have 2 selections. HD audio 0 and HD Audio 1. When I select HD audio 1 it actually shows all of the volume controls and even upon turning them up and what not i still get no sound on the web browser. when i Select the default which is HD audio 0 it shows one selection S/PDIF and i cant change anything. Please enlighten me

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    1. I have never been successful at troubleshooting another person's sound card issue as of yet. Since they are all very different in hardware, the two things to consider are: 1. you may need to set the default device to the sound card and not your HDMI output/optical output. 2. SOme things NEED to be muted on some cards, for instance the External Source in the ALSA mixer may need unmuted and the Headphones may need muted. Again, the only way to test is to simply mute and unmute the channels listed in the ALSA mixer interface. You can always search Google for the keywords "Debian" and the Model of your laptop/desktop computer and the word "Sound" and maybe "issues". This is how I have been troubleshooting other people's sound issues so far.

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  36. Apologies I forgot to mention I am running the newest ISO linux 6

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  37. hi mr. douglas your work is great! thangks for this ! can i suggest ? can you put a multicast installation like this in the oS . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6CpqOxw2Ss thangks and more power!

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  38. Hello, I wonder if it works fine in 32-bit.

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  39. Douglas Good evening, you really done a great job ... I would like to install your distribution but will be maintained did she not have long-term way to have it like a rolling release kali linux I do not know but it really pleases me your distribution it would be nice if it was maintained at more or less long term
    for failing to reinstall each time in a new version

    thank you and sorry my mistakes

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    1. Thank you for the comment. This is something I definitely wanted to incorporate into version 7. I wanted to just write update scripts for systems, but the problem is that people customize their systems so much that it would just cause a lot more work/problems that what it is worth. Have you considered using virtualization? If so, you wouldn't have to reinstall with each new ISO, since version 7 comes preinstalled with the VMWare tools.

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  40. It's still doesn't boot on my machine. I've used dd to produce the usb bootable and no matter how many times I try...it just doesn't boot. The computer boot's from the harddisk skipping the usb drive. But it works on another distributions like Debian. archlinux, mint and so on...

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    1. Hello. I would first recommend checking the md5 of the ISO to make sure your download was completed successfully. If so and the ISO is not working with your computer/BIOS, I would recommend using virtualization. Have you tried VMWare Player or Oracle VirtualBox?
      Thanks,

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  41. Hey Douglas I was wondering if there was a tutorial lying around to guide me because i have never tried pentesting and this is my second distro (after quiting backtrack- too old)
    and is it compatible with this usb adapter? (DWA-123)

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    1. Here are some tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=cracking+wpa2 That adapter would be supported if the chipset is Atheros/Ralink etc. I would recommend finding out what revision of the product you have and searching Google for the device name and the term "aircrack-ng" or something similar. If the device is plugged into your machine, you can do "lsusb" or "lspci" for more information. Have you tried a simple "iwconfig" to see if the device is there already?

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  42. is it support for my wirelless card ? my wireless used from broadcom . before this i used kali n it doesn't support to broadcom .

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  43. hi everyone i hv a problem what is the user and pass of WEAKERTHAN Linux 6 ? :(
    and thanks

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  44. Could you make a torrent file or upload latest ISO to some websites which provide network storage service for many guys who have been stopped by google's security check (like me)? I mean that some areas in the earth have stupidly block the Google. :(
    I can't download the ISO file directly, Because my proxy server is not good at transferring some huge files(0-50k/s).
    thx.;D

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  45. Douglas, could you make a torrent file? I have a download speed of 60kbps and after a while it gets corrupted. With a torrent I could resume the download without a problem, it might take time, but it will arrive. And thanks for your work! I've used one of the older versions of this distro and I'm glad that it gets updated. PS: The esthetics are great!! (I'm a superficial bastard) Blueghost also has a beautiful appearance!

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