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  • Nessus 3 Tutorial: How to use Nessus to identify network vulnerabilities

    Learn how to use Nessus, an inexpensive vulnerability scanner, with our Nessus Tutorial Guide. It not only examines the benefits of this free open source tool, but also walks you through the processes of using it in the enterprise, from installation ... 

  • Fuzzing: Brute Force Vulnerability Discovery

    In this Chapter 21 excerpt from "Fuzzing: Brute Force Vulnerability Discovery," authors Michael Sutton, Adam Greene, and Pedram Amini examine SPIKE, one of the most popular and widely used fuzzing frameworks. 

  • Nmap Technical Manual

    By now, most infosec pros have heard of Nmap, and most would agree that even though the popular freeware tool is invaluable, installing, configuring and running it in the enterprise is no easy task. With that in mind,, in collabora... 

  • Snort Intrusion Detection and Prevention Guide

    Answers to frequently asked questions related to the open source Snort intrusion detection and prevention system.