Testing client-side risks

Friday, 11 August 2006, 12:53 PM EST

Normally, I don’t get excited about updates, but the main improvement to Version 6.0 of Core Security's CORE IMPACT penetration-testing tool got my attention: It focuses on client-side attack improvements. Essentially, you can drag and drop client-side attacks on top of one or more e-mail addresses. CORE IMPACT will then send e-mails containing those attacks to the selected e-mail addresses.

At InfoWorld.

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