Web Application Security
Re: SECURITY TOOLS TREE Feb 09 2012 05:20PM
Christopher Siedlecki (christopher sied gmail com)
I think everybody in a security community tried at least once in their
lifetime to put all their favorite tools into a nice organized
fashion. It is a daunting experience, but worthwhile. There is a quite
a good book which might be of your interest "Digital Forensics with
Open Source Tools" ISBN-10: 1597495867.

Christopher Siedlecki
IT-Security Consultant
Phone: +1.847.261.4549
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On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 9:30 AM, mc <mccansecure (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> Hi All
> I want to create a Security Tools Tree since it is very difficult to keep
> track of all tools.
> Please see this blog and help to generate the tree. Your suggestions are
> valuable for the security professionals in the whole world.
> Best Regards and thanks in advance.
> Monika
> http://securityontop.blogspot.com/
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