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Re: IP Address Auditing Tool?
From: Travis Schack <Travis () Vitalisec com>
Date: 28 Jan 2004 00:20:52 -0000

In-Reply-To: <20040124005042.10725.qmail () www securityfocus com>


Anyone know of an auditing tool that will collect information on
a specific subnet or range of all active IP addresses and display associated masks, default routes..etc. and then dump 
the output to a database so the collected information can be pulled up in a web page?

What restrictions do you have?  Do you want to do this with an Active or Passive tool?  

You could use a tool like IPTraf (http://cebu.mozcom.com/riker/iptraf/) and collect the info, but you would have to use 
some scripting (i.e., PERL) to get the results into a database.

How about using a Nessus server, using nmap to scan, and incorporate the NessusWX client and discover the systems and 
ports on the network.  This client allows you to dump the results to a MySQL database. 

You could use Nmap with nmap-diff, but you are still going to have to put together some scripting to get the 
information into a database and out.

Just some thoughts.

Vitalisec Inc.  


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