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NDiff 0.03 is available
From: James Levine <jdl () vinecorp com>
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 15:54:24 -0700


NDiff 0.03 is available.

This is a minor update, here is the changelog entry-

0.03:
  Performance improvements to the ndiff program.
  Tweaks/workarounds to silence pod2man complaints when installing.
  These changes have not been heavily tested.  You are hereby warned.

[from the README...]

NDiff compares two nmap scans and outputs the differences.  It
allows monitoring of your network(s) for interesting changes in
port states and visible hosts.

NDiff should be useful to network administrators, security analysts, 
and other interested parties who need to monitor large networks 
in an organized fashion.

NDiff requires perl 5.005_03 or later and nmap 2.30BETA21 or later.

NDiff may be retrieved from:
        http://www.vinecorp.com/ndiff/NDiff-0.03.tar.gz
        ftp://ftp.vinecorp.com/pub/ndiff/NDiff-0.03.tar.gz

Or visit http://www.vinecorp.com/ndiff


See INSTALL for installation instructions.  See the
NDiff_Quickstart manpage for usage instructions.

NDiff is released under the GPL.   See the file COPYING included
with this distrubtion for terms and conditions for use of this
software.

This is young software, folks.  Set your expectations accordingly.
That said, I have used NDiff in the field for a rather large,
high-volume client.    Please send feedback to jdl () vinecorp com 

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