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    Secuity Software????

    I am trying to find a software that will scan an NT system for holes. Can anyone out there recommend a something???? We are having an audit next week and I want to make sure my systems are patched.

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    download the trial version of netIQ security scanner. that should help a bit.
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    Security Tools

    A great place to start looking for tools for any security task is

    http://www.nmap.org/tools.html

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    yeah, they have a lot of good stuff there!
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    Lightbulb Dont miss this one!!!

    GREAT one!!! Checks for holes in NT system...Steve Gibson did this for the FBI. Remember to keep your system patched and updated!
    http://grc.com/pw/patchwork.htm

    And test those shields there too!



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    yet another one

    ok..here are some tools released by the devil himself.

    for NT/2000 workstations : www.microsoft.com/technet/mpsa/start.asp

    This will scan your systems for holes that have been patched according to the MS security bulletins and potential security risks in your computers. You may be a little shocked after you get the results. I have found it to be very helpful.

    Another one for servers : its called HFNETCHK. It does the same thing but its DOS based and designed for servers. I don't have a link, but go to www.microsoft.com/security and look for it. It should be easy to find.
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    Re: yet another one

    Originally posted by hogfly


    Another one for servers : its called HFNETCHK. It does the same thing but its DOS based and designed for servers. I don't have a link, but go to www.microsoft.com/security and look for it. It should be easy to find.
    http://support.microsoft.com/support.../Q303/2/15.ASP
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    You can also go to www.HackerWhacker.com. They can scan your address and tell you about and holes or ports that a hacker might be able to get into.
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    Re: yet another one

    Originally posted by hogfly
    ok..here are some tools released by the devil himself.

    for NT/2000 workstations : www.microsoft.com/technet/mpsa/start.asp

    This will scan your systems for holes that have been patched according to the MS security bulletins and potential security risks in your computers. You may be a little shocked after you get the results. I have found it to be very helpful.

    Another one for servers : its called HFNETCHK. It does the same thing but its DOS based and designed for servers. I don't have a link, but go to www.microsoft.com/security and look for it. It should be easy to find.

    =================================================

    I did the scan..everything came up green except for 6 hotfixes that aren't installed.

    Are these fixes I SHOULD have?...for a stand alone Win2K?...or are these fixes network based?

    I have SP2 and a few other patches,...but 6 more?...errr must be network ones I never bothered to install.>??
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