From: Smelly Pooh (plop at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Fri 21 Jul 2000 - 15:45:27 IST
In reply to Paul McCourt's flatulent wordings,
> Trying to source documentation, programs relating the unix security. I've
> found saint but can't find much else(being bogged down by too much info and
> out of date). I've been trying to source a newest version of SATAN(can only
> find 1.1.1) and thats on a site dated in 1995!!
> Anybody got a few good links?
Saint AFAIK is the current incarnation of Satan, I presume you're interested
in remote security scanners (as opposed to intrusion detection or other types
or unix security), there's cops (www.fish.com/cops) although I think that's
similar to Satan in terms of out of dateness, there's nessus (www.nessus.org)
which is very modularised and expandable and scriptable, the old reliable nmap
(www.insecure.org/nmap) for plain port scanning and the script kiddiez
favourite, sscan (sorry don't have an URL for you).
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