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Originally Posted by gtmtnbiker98 I would recommend Nessus too, if only I was able to get to work myself. Although, I only allowed myself 15-minutes with the product before I ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtmtnbiker98
    I would recommend Nessus too, if only I was able to get to work myself. Although, I only allowed myself 15-minutes with the product before I moved on to NMAP. Installing and running the service was a snap, interface is another issue. NMAP is worth its weight in gold, if you ask me. Besides, what other application was used on the Matrix?
    IMO, nessus is not user friendly at all without inprotect. inprotect makes nessus the essential tool for network scanning/monitoring, also works with nmap

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