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Re: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff?
From: "Adrián Puente Z." <seclists () hackarandas com>
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2012 11:04:16 -0500

have you tried Outpost24? www.outpost24.com I used it long time ago and I liked that you can keep track of the finding 
and assign the correction to a staff and keep control of it.

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Adrián Puente Z.
www.hackarandas.com

"... ruego a mi orgullo que se acompañe siempre de mi prudencia,
y si algún día mi prudencia se echara a volar, que al menos
pueda volar junto con mi locura"
    --Nietzche


On Jun 9, 2012, at 14:32, "Anthony Cicalla " <anthony.cicalla () gmail com> wrote:

Scanpbnj will store nmap scans to a database and report network changes over time.
Anthony Cicalla
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-----Original Message-----
From: D G <dege.sv () gmail com>
Sender: listbounce () securityfocus com
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2012 21:31:48 
To: <pen-test () securityfocus com>
Subject: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff?

Hi guys!

I am looking for a product/solution that can help me with an external
IP/Resource scan for ports, vulnerabilities and resource
identification. I don't really have the time to make it in Python with
Nmap etc. I need a solid product that I don't have to maintain.

The big trick is to get this function: I want it to do a compare each
week against a base-line report and send me an email if there are any
changes.

Does anyone know of such a product?I have looked at Rapid7 Nexpose,
Nessus, GFI Languard...

Be safe!
#>DG

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