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Vulnerability/Penetration Testing Tools
From: greybrimstone () aim com
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 17:25:05 -0500
I am in the process of researching a wide variety of penetration
testing tools and vulnerability assessment tools. I've already
researched many of the commercial tools like Coresecurity's Core Impact
tool and even know a bit about the new tool that saint is about to come
out with. What about open-source tools?
Are there any open source tools like Core Impact that allow you to
not only scan a network for vulnerabilities but then allow you to issue
attacks against those vulnerabilities? I'm interested in both windows
based and *nix based tools. Yes I am aware of nessus, exploit tree,
metaspoloit etc... but none of those really have the "identify then
attack" type of structure... they are either "identify" or "attack".
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Re: Vulnerability/Penetration Testing Tools H D Moore (Jan 18)
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