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Re: pen test
From: scott <redhowlingwolves () bellsouth net>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 21:26:17 -0500

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Not without the permission of the webhosting company.You will be
scanning their property of which you only lease a small part.

Regards,
   Scott

Michael R. Martinez wrote:
Marty,

absolutely not, this is called hacking. Pen testing is actively
exploiting a server, identifying a weakness exploiting gaining
access. Are you talking about scanning ports? Could you provide a
little more detail. If you mean pen-testing, then the answer is no.


Cheers ------Original Message------ From: Marty Resnick Sender:
listbounce () securityfocus com To: security-basics Sent: Dec 10, 2007
9:35 AM Subject: pen test

Am I able to pen test or run a vulnerability assessment on my web
hosting company. I got the idea after reading this article.
http://www.securitypark.co.uk/Security_article.asp?articleid=260173




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