Open source security testing methodology

Thursday, 30 March 2006, 3:53 AM EST

Truth is made of numbers. Following this golden rule, Federico Biancuzzi interviewed Pete Herzog, founder of ISECOM and creator of the OSSTMM, to talk about the upcoming revision 3.0 of the Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual. He discusses why we need a testing methodology, why use open source, the value of certifications, and plans for a new vulnerability scanner developed with a different approach than Nessus.

At SecurityFocus.

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