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Re: [Dailydave] RE: Network Exploitation Tools aka ExploitationEngines
From: Matt Hargett <matt () use net>
Date: Sun, 05 Sep 2004 10:24:59 +0000

Clement Dupuis wrote:
Ask both vendors for a demo.  See for yourself, try it yourself, that's
probably the best way to find out which one better fill your needs.

This is what I always tell prospects who ask me about BugScan versus some other solution. They seem to appreciate the lack of negativity and dick-waving from our side, so far. (Though they apparantly can't say the same for some of the other players in the market.)

Does Immunity and CORE play that nicely? Or does one spread FUD about the other?

On a side note, some of the XP/Python weenies say that test-driven development and a suite of unit tests can enforce types, getting the best of both worlds. Anyone have an opinion on this?

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