Last week Fyodor released the results of the top security tools poll at sectools.org. BinPack has always had a ‘sectools100’ list for quick install of these applications into your system. With the new results out, we synced the list and created a ‘sectools125’ list. Download the text file and put it in the ‘lists’ directory to access the sectools125 list. Enjoy!
When we first introduced BinPack to the public last year we got a lot of questions about OSX. I’m guessing that is because some people don’t feel that Windows is a viable platform for performing security activities like penetration testing or vulnerability assessments. Everyone is different I guess. So my question to the readers is simply this: Do you want to see BinPack ported over to OSX and with an equivalent package repository? Please post your opinion and say why you feel this way. Thanks!
There seems to be many Nessus parsers out there now, but we still think our reporting modes are much better than the competition when in hands of actual testers. Based upon our extensive testing knowledge, we know which items to focus on during tests and which ones to put to the side and simply report on. The code is also going through some major cleanup, and a new release will be posted soon!