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Re: [PEN-TEST] Network Mapping
From: Greg <g () HOOBIE NET>
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 19:40:56 +0100
Take a look at tkined / scotty on Linux, it's free and is fairly capable in
terms of network discovery. You can bolt on tcl scripts fairly trivially,
perhaps you could even include vulnerability scanning in there if you felt
Doesn't do plug-in-and-go discovery (like Netrecon) though.
From: Penetration Testers [mailto:PEN-TEST () SECURITYFOCUS COM]On Behalf
Of H Carvey
Sent: 14 September 2000 18:05
To: PEN-TEST () SECURITYFOCUS COM
Subject: Re: [PEN-TEST] Network Mapping
The mapping feature in CyberCop Scanner is a
cool view from a 3-d view, but
not real useful and very hard to print out.
About a year or so ago, I used cheops on a Linux box
to do network mapping. I understand that sometime
afterward, it went commercial.
Using network tools, such as nmap, ping, traceroute,
etc, one should able to glue together (using Perl, of
course) a mapping tool of some sort. Of course,
getting it into a graphical report format for the
customer is going to be the key.