Linux.com reviews the MitraX LiveCD. Looks like an interesting LiveCD, it even comes with the Offile NT Password and Registry Editor, in case you need to reset a password on a Windows machine.
MitraX boots notably faster than similar live CD distributions. In less than half a minute, MitraX boots into the FVWM-95 desktop, which looks like Windows 95 and works in a similar fashion. This is a smart choice because it is practical and lightweight. For this kind of distribution, it’s more than enough.