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From: fulldisclosure at freedomnames.co.uk (fulldisclosure@...edomnames.co.uk)
Subject: automated vulnerability testing

Yes, i've looked at these similar tools and felt they were somewhat limited, and
hoped to do something that would perphaps further these with better and more
intelligent scanning. Therefore, i was hoping for some feedback on the types of
features and abilities that people would be interested in.

-DC

Quoting madsaxon <madsaxon@...ecway.com>:

> At 03:01 PM 11/21/2003 -0500, David Maynor wrote:
> >On Fri, Nov 21, 2003 at 03:29:52PM -0500, Cael Abal wrote:
> > > >Wasn't there a slint tool or something like that?
> > >
> > > Yup, Splint -- from 'Secure Programming Lint'.  I provided a link to
> > > their site in a previous message.
> > >
> >THe one I am thinking of was done by the l0pht i thought..
> 
> The l0pht did develop Slint, but it was never released. They dropped
> it when RATS and ITS4 came out, because they were similar in
> functionality.   @Stake now offers SafeApps though, which is
> in some ways a descendent of Slint.
> 
> http://www.atstake.com/products/safeapps/
> 
> [I have no connection to @stake, BTW]
> 
> m5x
> 
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