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Re: FYI: new Senf release available [Java CLI/GUI]
From: "Beasley, Cam" <cam () AUSTIN UTEXAS EDU>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 16:27:38 -0500

hi Gene --

Senf is the Sensitive Number Finder developed by our office late in 2005 to
ferret out SSNs and CC#s..

here's the readme:

 https://source.its.utexas.edu/groups/its-iso/projects/senf/wiki/SenfReadme

~cam.


On 8/17/07 2:16 PM, "Gene Spafford" <spaf () CERIAS PURDUE EDU> wrote:

Cam, what is Senf?

On Aug 17, 2007, at 2:48 PM, Beasley, Cam wrote:


colleagues --

i'd like to let you know that a new version of the Sensitive Number
Finder
(Senf) has been made available [Senf.Sasuke.188].

this latest version of Senf is written entirely in Java and
provides users
of any platform with Java 1.4.2 or greater installed with both
command line
and graphical user interfaces.

the latest version can be found at:

 http://source.its.utexas.edu/groups/its-iso/projects/senf/wiki/
SenfVersions

you can submit bug reports and feature requests by contacting the ISO
(security () utexas edu).

we hope this continues to be a useful tool to the community and we
appreciate all of the support and feedback you have already provided.

~cam.

--
Cam Beasley
University Information Security Officer
Information Security Office
The University of Texas at Austin
cam () infosec utexas edu | 512.475.9476


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