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Re: The security tools list, new version with more than 200 new tools!



Hi Ignace,
	Your question is very normal. Well, I'm doing in order to have a large
referral center for security tools. When you eventually need some tool
somewhere, not know any, want to try other tools you use regularly, or
have a proprietary tool and want to share with everyone. For all that I
think is a good idea to a site that combines the largest and ranked them
as best as possible so that it can help in all these cases.
	The reason for not having added the tools available in backtrack, FIRE,
Phlax, Helix, etc, is that, despite the contributions of all you are
doing (and I appreciate greatly), almost all the tools I introduced
myself by hand. That takes time and that's why I'm going to slowly,
because what I do in my spare time. But of course that will introduce
all of these tools.
	
Regards

El miÃ, 13-05-2009 a las 11:20 +0000, Ignace K. Kueviakoà escribiÃ:
> Hi Ying,
> I would like to encouge you for what you're doing.
> And at the same time, I'm wondering why all the soft included in
> BackTrack do not yet appear in the lists.
> If there is any raison for that, I'd advise to add those applications
> from BackTrack and Helix distributions.
> Regards
> ignace
> 
> --- En date de : Mar 12.5.09, Ying <ropstrip@xxxxxxxxx> a Ãcrit :
>         
>         De: Ying <ropstrip@xxxxxxxxx>
>         Objet: Re: The security tools list, new version with more than
>         200 new tools!
>         Ã: "Stephen Mullins" <steve.mullins.work@xxxxxxxxx>
>         Cc: "bugtraq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <bugtraq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>         Date: Mardi 12 Mai 2009, 20h28
>         
>         Hi Stephen,
>             your welcome. I would like the list for everyone and by
>         everyone. So
>         why is public and accept contributions from anyone who wants
>         to help
>         (help that is very welcome).
>         
>         Regards
>         
>         El mar, 12-05-2009 a las 13:52 -0400, Stephen Mullins
>         escribiÃ:
>         > Nice list.  Thanks for doing the work to compile that and
>         making it
>         > available to the public.
>         > 
>         > On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 9:02 AM, Ying <ropstrip@xxxxxxxxx>
>         wrote:
>         > >
>         > > Hello everyone,
>         > >        I would like to inform you that the new list of
>         security tools, and the
>         > > website, has been updated. The changes were:
>         > >        - The information was classified by type and
>         operating system.
>         > >        - I have added new types of tools, adding not only
>         tools but also
>         > > dictionaries and rainbow tables, for example.
>         > >        Thank you very much for all that have worked with
>         your contributions
>         > > to the list. I hope you sigais doing.
>         > >        Remembering the URL of site:
>         > >
>         > >        http://securitytoolslist.domandhost.com
>         > >
>         > >
>         > > Best regards.
>         > >
>         > >
>         > >
>         
>         
>