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[Spam] Re: Server Penetration Testing
From: Gichuki John Chuksjonia <chuksjonia () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2011 08:08:37 +0300

I would advice you to stop automated Pentest, and think like an evil
hacker would, and go manual.




On 9/23/11, Femi Mogaji <olufemimogaji () gmail com> wrote:
Hi list,

So we just had our annual audit, and one of the findings that came up is
server-side pen-tests. We already carry out quarterly ASV scans & yearly
pentest of our external IP addresses, where we fell short was the lack of
internal pentests. The question is: what tools can I use to carry out these
tests? Especially tests directed at SQL servers & file servers etc. A tool
that can generate easy to read reports would be really nice. Any input will
be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Femi
Sent from my BlackBerry® smartphone provided by Airtel Nigeria.


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