Network Chemistry RogueScanner

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RogueScanner is an open-source vulnerability management tool.




RogueScanner project is an open-source vulnerability management tool that is used to gain greater network visibility to enable you to quickly identify and remove rogue wireless devices that may provide a back door to access your critical data and infrastr

Considering that rogue access points and peers represent a major threat to data integrity, RogueScanner is a valuable tool that you can start using today at no cost.
More than 300 companies manufacture access points, and there are more than 10,000 different models of network infrastructure.

Companies thus face a major challenge in maintaining a system to track and identify all potential rogue wireless devices and in continually scanning the network to identify them. To address this challenge, Network Chemistry has made an open-source product available to help organizations begin to immediately scan their networks.

RogueScanner is available for use at no charge by organizations looking for a tool focused on device identification and rogue detection. RogueScanner leverages the Collaborative Device Classification system to automatically lookup and identify the device type and its identity in real time.

What's New in This Release:

Many scanning and classification improvements.
Support has been added for parsing routes under from IOS CLI.
Support has been added for dumping Cisco device CDP cache via both SNMP and CLI (IOS and CatOS).
Support has been added for sniffing CDP broadcasts off the wire.
CDP information is now submitted to the classification server and used for classification.
FTP (21/TCP) has been added to the list of ports that are probed if open.
Last updated on May 2nd, 2007

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