backtrack livecd is pretty damn secure out of the box, though most people use it for hacking and not for security.
as for anti phishing for tor.. yeah type in the addresses manually.. dont click links. Otherwise no and that wouldnt be a good idea, tor is designed to hide were you are going, and anti phish would want to know where you are going. You'd still have a lot of anonymity but it's antithesis to the idea that is tor. You could configure your own firefox to use tor but that is just a bad idea.
So, you are not safe to phishing at all (even with a anti-phishing you are not). That's what I was thinking.
But, anyway, thanks for the advice.
and you can save your wallet just normally while running alive cd..you can even leave it in the normal place on xp.
But this is exactly what I don't want. I want to save my wallet with the backtrack in the liveCD, so, nobody would be able to stole it.
I'm not really sure exactly all you are trying to accomplish but I would just do that linuxcoin if concerned about trojans and such, really dont think you want backtracks, especially if you have never used it. It's not exactly the most non geek friendly app. And you really have to love the command line a lot.
I'll try a most non-geek-friendly like Ubuntu first.
Maybe the problem was not only my English, but I my ignorance about what I was asking too.
I was just thinking: "Oh, if the LiveCD can't be changed, nobody can install a app (like a trojan) to stole my wallet. But if the system can't be change, how can I use my wallet?"
I know there is a way to customize your liveCD with all apps, programs and archives you use, such your bitcoin client and the wallet.dat, but I didn't understand the tutorials I have read about this topic (even in portuguese). I'll study more before posting my doubts in the next time. It's a virtual etiquette to use google and try yourself before asking for help in foruns, I know. Sorry for my immediacy. I'm studying a tutorial right now.
I hope you get the idea now...