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First I'll list what doesn't quite work for me. use exploit/windows/fileformat/ and then hit Tab is next to the best in my list. I appreciate the auto-completion feature, but the output lacks disclosure date, rank and descriptions - the fields that are available with the search command. Using search command with type: filter delivers too broad result set ...


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Yes, using dnmap, it is possible to split a workload. If you read the URL here -- http://sourceforge.net/projects/dnmap/files/ -- the author gives examples of simultaneous scans that are ok and ones that should be avoided. The general opinion is that running more than one scanner is fine as long as the target ports and/or hosts vary. In other words, if a ...


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Recently saw a demo of CORE INSIGHT, which allowed for simulated and real-live exploitation of apps, systems, and networks. The INSIGHT portal can be configured to, and support scanning, for a variety of vulnerability scanning tools, such as (but not limited to): Rapid7 NeXpose, Qualys QG, Tenable Nessus, Tripwire IP360, HP WebInspect, IBM Appscan Standard, ...



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