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RE: Vulnerability/Penetration Testing Tools
From: "Madison, Marc" <mmadison () fnni com>
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 08:13:05 -0600

H D, my apologize.  My FD emails were out of order, and I took your
response out of context.  If your looking for a script that will combine
MetaSploit, and Nessus then BidiBLAH will work.  Still for $10 grand I
would suggest taking a scripting class at your local college so you can
make your own BidiBlah.

BidiBLAH:                               $10,000
College scripting class:                $350

The knowledge you'll gain for ever, priceless.

I've looked at BidiBLAH (enfaces on the BLAH).  Their product does
nothing more than take the results from Nessus, >Metasploit and such,
then cram them all together in a easy to understand format for your
BidiBLAH IMHO is not a vulnerability assessment tool, rather a
reporting tool.  If anyone can correct me 
please do, since at one point I was in contact with BidiBLAH sales
asking what I got for $10,000.00 outside Of the >reporting?  Their
answer, well let's just say I'm still waiting.

My two cent, Nessus.  It's cheap, effective, and probably the most
supported network vulnerability assessment tool >on the market.

H D Moore wrote:

Er, woops, misread - you want to scan and automatically exploit
This can be easily done with a little scripting and the available
open-source tools. SensePost 
has a project called BiDiBLAH that integrates Google-discovery, a TCP
port scanner, Nessus, 
and Metasploit: - http://www.sensepost.com/research/bidiblah/

The next version of the Metasploit Framework (v3) has support for
modules that technically you could use to automate this, but it will
take some time before this is usable.

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