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Re: Which language for sorting scan results?
From: "Michael Boman" <michael.boman () boseco com>
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 10:26:19 +0800

Have you checked out STIF? http://o0o.nu/sec/STIF/

Best regards
 Michael Boman

On 19 Apr 2006 14:48:47 -0000, pentesticle () yahoo com
<pentesticle () yahoo com> wrote:
Hello list,

I was hoping to get a discussion going regarding sorting the results of the scans being conducted into a more usable 

I plan to run nmap, retina, and nessus scans and sort them into a single report sorted by IP to determine which 
vulnerabilities are on each device. Which programming language would be best for performing the compilation? I'm 
currnetly checking into Perl, but was looking at XML as well.

Any recommendations and dicussion is greatly appreciated.


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