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Re: oracle VA/PT
From: Joshua Wright <jwright () hasborg com>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 07:53:18 -0400

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Michael Gargiullo wrote:
I find it strange that nessus didn't even see an open port on 1421.

Maybe because the default listener port is 1521?

There are a butt-load of Oracle plugins for nessus. More then 7 of them
are for remote shells.

For Oracle VA scanning, I've had good experiences with the NGS SQuirreL
product from NGSSoftware (http://www.ngssoftware.com/squirrelsql.htm).

A free trial is available to test it out.

- -Josh
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- -Joshua Wright
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