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Re: What to spend on a pentest
From: shiri_yacov () hotmail com
Date: 2 Aug 2006 03:44:20 -0000

I am sorry to disappoint you, but the answer is "It Depends".
It mainly depends on the security complexity of the LAN and the workstations.
It also depends on your starting point and your goals (as defined with your client).

My opinion - thorough C class pentest should take no more than 14 days (without writing a report).

Shiri Yacov

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