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Re: Fw: port scanner query
From: Sigurður Jónsson <sigurdur () basis is>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2011 18:27:05 +0000

Hi,
If you looking into doing vulnerability assessments on whole subnets you could try openvas. It's a linux based community edition/fork of nessus (can only do 16 at once with nessus). Not sure about the database, but it outputs in html and other formats.

Bestu regards,

Sigurður Jónsson

On 11/24/2011 12:07 PM, Carlos Pantelides wrote:


I need to perform PT for 100 of servers. I would like to use port
scanner that can store it results in database.
you can run nmap (db_nmap) from metasploit and it will save the results to a postgres database


Carlos Pantelides


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