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RE: Scanning tool that will track and report diffs
From: "Van Meter, John" <John.VanMeter () ost dot gov>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 13:26:30 -0500

Foundstones, Foundscan software will do that.

Take Care and Have Fun

John van Meter

-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Bergen [mailto:MBERGE () state wy us]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 10:12 AM
To: pen-test () securityfocus com; lists () venom600 org
Subject: Re: Scanning tool that will track and report diffs


Ndiff and Nmap-Audit can be run in conjunction with Nmap to compare
results, although neither are designed to be used with a SQL server (as
far as I know). Both are linked from the related projects page of
insecure.org.

--
Matt

Ben Nelson <lists () venom600 org> 02/25/04 03:18PM >>>
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I'm looking for a scanning tool that I can run on a regular basis
which
will: track all results in a database (optional) and report
differences
between scan runs (primary functionality I'm looking for).

I started down the road of writing a python wrapper for nmap which
used
nmap's XML result output to plug into a MySQL database.  But, I
thought
that this has got to be something that a lot of network auditors have
a
need for; which is usually a good indication that there may be a tool
that already does it.

Another bit of functionality that I think would be pretty useful is
the
ability to 'base-line' a set of systems and then notify when they
deviate from this baseline.

Any suggestions?

- --Ben
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