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Nsauditor: Network Security Auditor


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Conducting a network security audit isn’t very easy the first
time you do it. You’ve got to either purchase a commercial audit
package and learn how it works or assemble your own adhoc
toolkit from open source offerings. Either way, you’re looking
at hours of effort to get even a quick look at the security
condition of your network.

Now you can conduct an initial audit in just minutes, with a
total cash investment of only $37, thanks to Nsasoft’s Nsauditor.

Nsauditor is a network security scanner that allows to audit and
monitor network computers for possible vulnerabilities , to see
all open ports on your system and owner program names, including
the process loaded modules, kernel objects, memory details,
remote address and state of connections, dns name, country where
from, service associated with connection, possible trojans
associated with port and service description. All the mentioned
features are provided with a user friendly graphical
interface.The product contains a built-in database of known
vulnerabilities, which allows you to select the items for
scanning and add custom entries. Nsauditor can reveal and
catalog a variety of information, including installed software,
shares, users, drives, hotfixes, NetBios, RPC, SQL and SNMP
information, open ports. It can also audit password and security
policies as well as make a variety of attack probes, such as
stealth port scans, HTTP/CGI server auditing, registry auditing.
In addition, over 35 network tools for scanning, sniffing,
enumerating and gaining access to machines, dns and whois
lookups, Finger, e-mail validate, Traffic emulator, HTTP traffic
generator and intrusion detection system based on security
events log analyzer are included. The program can sniff and use
brute-force and dictionary attacks on LM and NTLM password
hashes and expose the insecure ones. Nsauditor does OS detection
and automatically creates OS fingerprints which are not included
in database. The outputs of scanned reports are in HTML and XML
formats.

http://www.nsauditor.com

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  • Posted On April 19, 2006
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