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Re: Pay per use pentesting tool?
From: Trygve Aasheim <trygve () pogostick net>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 21:47:31 +0200

Several tools follow this model, but its important to remember that most tools are frameworks where a certain amount of features are "free" through wizards etc. - while taking full advantage of it will require you to play with it in labs, explore each module in a scenario where its actually successful and learn how to tune the different settings to take full advantage of the framework as a whole - and by this giving your customers more value.

Also, most tools have good SDKs for custom modules.
Learn these, and you're able to write your own modules, import exploits and/or rewrite exploits that might be written only for one application to maybe work against other applications or on other operating systems as well.

There are some free tools out there though, if money is the issue.

Cheers,
T

Ramki B Ramakrishnan wrote:
Thinking out of the box I wonder if there are any pay-per-use pentesting
tools, typically this could be used by consultants who are not into full
time testing. Are there any tools currently available in this model?.

Thanks
Ramki




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