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RE: Firewall testing tool - name forgotten ... found!
From: Petr.Kazil () eap nl
Date: Wed, 2 May 2007 20:21:13 +0200

Do you mean FTester?
 http://dev.inversepath.com/trac/ftester

Yes, that's the one I was looking for. Thanks everyone for the replies.

I was wrong about the source of the information. It's referenced in a 
different book:

Network Security Hacks 
100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools 
By Andrew Lockhart

I'll try to use it in one of my firewall tests and will report on the 
results.

I'm looking for a firewall testing tool that runs under FreeBSD (among 
others) and consists of a packet sender on one system, and a packet 
listener on another system. The firewall is in between. The sender 
generates traffic and the listener sees what goes through the firewall. 
Then a summary of the firewall rules can be made.

I'm almost sure I read about the tool in one of R. Bejtlichs "Tao of 
Network Security Monitoring" of "Extrusion detection" books, but I've 
gone 
through them almost page by page and I can't find the reference anymore.


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