Penetration Testing
Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff? Jun 07 2012 07:31PM
D G (dege sv gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff? Jun 09 2012 07:32PM
Anthony Cicalla (anthony cicalla gmail com) (3 replies)
Re: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff? Jun 18 2012 04:04PM
Adrián Puente Z. (seclists hackarandas com)
Re: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff? Jun 10 2012 10:20AM
Jerome Athias (athiasjerome gmail com)
FW: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff? Jun 09 2012 08:34PM
Hardy Mansen (Hardy Mansen UNIBET com)
If not something like nmap then maybe a service like
Tenable cloud based perimeter scans would suit you.
http://www.tenable.com/services/nessus-perimeter-service

Regards
Hardy

On 6/9/12 9:32 PM, "Anthony Cicalla " <anthony.cicalla (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:

>Scanpbnj will store nmap scans to a database and report network changes
>over time.
>Anthony Cicalla
>Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile
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>From: D G <dege.sv (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>
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>Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2012 21:31:48
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>Subject: Scanner & BaseLine Report Diff?
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>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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