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Possibly a different methodology for network testing
From: "Steve Armstrong" <stevearmstrong () logicallysecure com>
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 00:55:19 +0100

Thanks to everyone who pointed out the various Methodologies as I looked
for crossover from what I believe may be a different/alternate method of
undertaking testing.
 
I have thrown together some bits on how I believe a Vulnerability test
should be undertaken, ensuring that the risks are assessed based upon
the network configuration, data movement profile and basic design of why
the network exists at all.
 
I still believe it is different to the OSSTMM, OWASP and NSA based
methodologies, and if I get a confirmation from these lists that my
thinking is correct, I will develop this further, with diagrams, flow
charts and templates.
 
http://www.logicallysecure.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=192
 
I have derived this not because I believe these methodologies are
lacking, but that I believe they fulfil different needs.
 
Anyway , please let me know your thoughts, public or otherwise.
 
Yes I understand there is not much meat on it, but I am still confirming
if my thoughts are different from other methodologies.
 
Steve A
 
(nebs)
 
Thank you for all your time and help.
 
The links are to my forum with both a Mind map and a word document.  The
mind map software is open source and can be obtained from here:
http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
 
 
 

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