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Re: Pentesting tools for Linux IP Tables
From: "Nikhil Wagholikar" <visitnikhil () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 14:10:07 +0300

Hello Vedantam,

I support Jamie's answer.

Besides this, you can use certain packet crafting tools like Nemesis
or Scapy and cross check your Linux IP table rules. Also you can make
use of HPing (recommended packet crafting tool) for testing whether
your rules are really tough enough to block/drop/allow (whatever your
requirement is) HPing packets.

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Nikhil Wagholikar
Information Security Analyst
NII Consulting
Web: http://www.niiconsulting.com/
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On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 2:21 PM, Vedantam sekhar <sekhar56us () yahoo com> wrote:
Hi Group,

Are there any tools available to conduct the
Pentesting the strength of the Linux IP table
configuration file. What i have in my hand is the IP
table config file.

I am looking for a tool like RAT which takes the
router config file as the input and details the
configuration mistakes.

Thanks guys....

S


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