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RE: Core Impact vs. Canvas vs. Metasploit
From: Peter Wood <peterw () firstbase co uk>
Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2006 16:42:29 +0100

We use Core Impact too. We pay $2500 a year plus $495 an engagement IIRC.


At 08:51 28/04/2006 -0700, Damien Dinh wrote:
>I have Core Impact and it's gui is very easy to use; along with A-Z
>automation (scan, exploit, and load mini shell agent), you can also just
>drag any exploit onto a target and whamo!  It doesn't even break the
>service you're exploiting; at this point, you can drag and drop an
>agent; then you can automatically uninstall the agent as well.  Great
>tool but just very $$$$$$.
>Damien Dinh

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