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Network Security Analysis Tool is a fast, stable bulk security scanner designed to audit remote network services and check for versio
Network Security Analysis Tool is a fast, stable bulk security scanner designed to audit remote network services and check for versions, security problems, gather information about the servers and the machine, and much more.
A manpage providing extensive information on NSAT has been included in the distribution. It is available after a 'make install', or just by typing 'man doc/nsat.8' from this dir. It is suggested that you inform yourself at least about the -v (scan verbosity) option and edit the configuration file. To learn about changes in this version, please consult doc/CHANGES.
New to this version is support for distributed scanning. The manpage describes how to do a distributed scan. Note that distributed scanning in this version is just a preliminary, proof-of-concept, implementation with no guarantees for its security, reliability, or performance.
Check for updated vulnerability lists, config files, etc. from
Currently, these are lists of vulnerabilities:
nsat.cgi (CGI scripts)
src/mod/snmp.h (SNMP community names)
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