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winfingerprintcli now available for testing with *most* of the 0.6.x features.
0.6.x is a SIGNIFICANT upgrade to 0.5.x see Changelog for details.
Detailed Information | Download 0.6.2 | ChangeLog | Released 05/19/2005
Winfingerprint is a Win32 Host/Network Enumeration Scanner. Winfingerprint is capable of performing SMB, TCP, UDP, ICMP, RPC, and SNMP scans. Using SMB, winfingerprint can enumerate OS, users, groups, SIDs, password policies, services, service packs and hotfixes, NetBIOS shares, transports, sessions, disks, security event log, and time of day utilizing NT Domain (Net*), Active Directory, or WMI APIs. Winfingerprint-cli is a command line version of winfingerprint and it is currently bundled with each release.
As of version 0.5.13, Winfingerprint will utilize WinPcap for TCP SYN scans if it is present, otherwise TCP portscans will be non-blocking connect() based.
Detailed Information | Download 0.1.7 | ChangeLog | Released 08/04/2004
Wininterrogate is a Win32 file system and process enumeration/integrity tool.
A command line version of wininterrogate (currently available in CVS) will be bundled with the next release.
- Filesystem Recursion and Process Enumeration
Wininterrogate is able to enumerate filename, complete path, creation time, last access time, last write time, and attributes.
Wininterrogate is able to enumerate processes, display linked DLLs, and show process to port mappings (Windows XP/2003 only).
- Features available in Both Modes
Wininterrogate can also enumerate additional information such as File Version, Internal Name, File Description, etc. and calculate SHA-1 (default) and MD5 Hash Digests.
View Details | Download 0.4a Released 07/17/2003
Pixilate is a command-line ACL validation tool currently tested on *BSD, Linux, and Win32 that parses an input file containing Cisco PIX 6.2(x) or Cisco IOS Router formatted access-list entries and generates the corresponding packets utilizing Libnet 1.1.0.