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    Question Single Tool to Run Multiple Tests?

    My boss has tasked me to find a single tool that can do the following for us on a (mainly) Windows LAN:

    1. test available ports
    2. perform limited bandwidth testing
    3. obtain current browser version
    4. test for Java and Javascript support
    5. test for Flash support

    Ideally we'd have a single tool with the ability to turn on/off each of the five tests (and specific ports to check with test #1). I'm wondering whether there are any open source tools? Failing that, are there any developer tools for the non-developer like me, such as something with templates?

    Thanks,
    Chuck

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    Hey...Is that Capt'n Crunch??

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    Originally posted here by ZT3000
    Hey...Is that Capt'n Crunch??

    Yep, Cap'n Crunch it is--and I'm old enough to remember when it first came out in the 60s! Back then there was just the basic flavor, no "crunch berries" or any other doo-dads.

    Now, can you help me out?

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    Originally posted here by Glork
    Yep, Cap'n Crunch it is--and I'm old enough to remember when it first came out in the 60s! Back then there was just the basic flavor, no "crunch berries" or any other doo-dads.

    Now, can you help me out?
    Lol, I think he's referring to the slightly famous social engineer.

    If your questions goes unanswered for much longer, I'll research it a bit when I'm off work and see what I can come up with. I'd be glad to help you out.

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    Originally posted here by ZT3000
    Hey...Is that Capt'n Crunch??

    That's not THE John Draper, however, if you look around and search for him you'll see he is indeed a member of AntiOnline, and from time to time comes here to say hi and tell us what he's working on.

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    The answer to your riddle is, Nessus.

    The nice thing is that you can add functionality of your own via their NASL (nessus attack script language) support.

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    how long would something like this stay up to date? I mean to fully test windows for all its vunerabilities would take a long time. And by the time they release it, it wouldnt be up to date.

    but, then again. You could use a tool of such as part of your security...?

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