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Re: Vulnerability/Penetration Testing Tools [AutoScan]
From: Vincent van Scherpenseel <mailinglists () vanscherpenseel nl>
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 21:33:50 +0100

Ha! Funny to see a video demo of some code I've written. My alias is 'rastakid' and I wrote the metasploit plugin for AutoScan. It's basicly just a perlscript using the GTK2 libraries. AutoScan is a tool which makes it incredibly easy to call external applications with its scanresults as arguments (like IP addresses).
Please note: AutoScan is not developed by me, only the Metasploit plugin.

I was forced to stop development a couple of months ago because I got really busy with school and left my parent's house so I had no time to work on it anymore. I'm thinking about continuing development if I get more time and there's interest in it.

 - Vincent 'rastakid' van Scherpenseel

greybrimstone () aim com wrote:
Dre,
  Awesome! Thank you!!

-Adriel

-----Original Message-----
From: Andre Ludwig <andre.ludwig () gmail com>
To: Valdis.Kletnieks () vt edu <Valdis.Kletnieks () vt edu>
Cc: full-disclosure () lists grok org uk
Sent: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 13:26:54 -0500
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Vulnerability/Penetration Testing Tools

 http://autoscan.free.fr/index.html

Used to do nessus, nmap, and metasploit via the scripting menu..
Havent toyed with it in a long while so you may want to check it out
and verify it still does all of that.

video of it in action here

http://eks0.free.fr/whax-demos/?f=autoscan-metasploit_config.xml


Dre


On 1/18/06, Valdis.Kletnieks () vt edu <Valdis.Kletnieks () vt edu> wrote:

On Wed, 18 Jan 2006 11:36:04 CST, "Madison, Marc" said:

> Developer $60K/year divided by the adopted 2080 man hours year

(this is

> the average hours work, 40 hour week, 5 days, etc...) =

$28.85/hourly,


That's the *unencumbered* cost.

Now add in the employer cost of health insurance (probably close to

$400

or more a month), FICA Medicare, Social Security, workman's comp,

pension

plan - right there that's another 25% in addition to that $28.85.

Now he's

costing you $35/hour.  And we're not done yet....

Then add in the cost of his office - if he has a 10x10 cubicle, and

commercial

space rents for $10/square foot/mo, that's another $12,000/year. Now

add in

electricity, the cost of administrative assistants and HR people to

support it

(unless it's a *small* shop and doesn't have assistants and HR), and

so on.

Oh, and if you buy him a new $3,000 workstation every third year,

that's
another

$1K/year.  This shit adds up.

That's why the rule of thumb is the real cost of a technical hire is

twice the

salary...

> Like you said, "many people make that comparison, and don't

calculate

> the *TOTAL* cost".

That's what I said..;)


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