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    How come there are no references on this site about nexpose? Its been around for 3+ years.
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    maybe no one has used it, or found other solutions that worked better....have you had a great experience with it worth sharing?
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    As vulnerability scanner, it's pretty good. I have played around with it...even tried to get the boss to buy into it. Did I get it...NO! My boss said "we're going to use NetIQ (used to be WebTrends). Not that it's a bad product...just hate it when he does stuff like that out of spite. (He's one of those "I'm the Uber Admin, and I'm never wrong types")

    F***in' Network Nazi!

    If anyone is interested in NeXpose, you can get an eval copy at www.rapid7.com. Eval is good for 10 days for 10 IPs.
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    Originally posted here by kr5kernel
    maybe no one has used it, or found other solutions that worked better....have you had a great experience with it worth sharing?
    Well it seems pretty in depth. I was looking at a $40 g qoute and wondered if I will get much more then Net IQ, or just a basic GFI Scanner.

    I am thinking this may improve our current setup.
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    hehe, for 40g's I will let some one else test it! Btw, i hope you didnt take my previous post as negative, as I didnt mean it to be.

    Check out the eval and you can provide us here with a review.
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    Naw, just saw it strange, and for 40 g's I was hoping to get a good third party review.

    Speaking of money, Bind View wants $100,000 +. Ouch
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    We just recently reviewed NeXpose and I loved the product. The product, in my experience, is similar to Nessus. I think the NeXpose has much better reporting capabilities, and is a little bit better at weeding out false positives. The price tag scared away my management, but I'm still working on it.

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