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    Default cisco auditing tools

    I will like to know if backtrack has any applications to audit cisco devices without having to use netflow.
    i just want to find all the routers and switches with in the company i work for.
    I found Router Audit Tool (RAT): hXXp://cisecurity.org/bench_cisco.html
    but i'm looking for one that will look just for routers and switches and see which
    ports are open and versions and check if the configuration is done properly without having to specify an ip address.

    Thx

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    do you already checked out this one ?

    # 1.3.5 Cisco Auditing Tool
    # 1.3.6 Cisco Enable Bruteforcer
    # 1.3.7 Cisco Global Exploiter
    # 1.3.8 Cisco OCS Mass Scanner
    # 1.3.9 Cisco Scanner
    # 1.3.10 Cisco Torch

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    Nope i haven't tried those ones.
    I search on google it's kinda a pain to find them

    +Thx

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    start here

    http://wiki.remote-exploit.org/index.php/Tools

    the tools are a part of bt3 or at least bt2

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonize View Post
    Nope i haven't tried those ones.
    I search on google it's kinda a pain to find them

    +Thx
    Did you at least explore the OS or merely start asking questions?

    1. From the gui: K > Backtrack > Vulnerability Identification > Cisco >
    2. From a shell:
    Code:
     bt ~ # cd /pentest/cisco
    bt cisco # ls
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    Did you at least explore the OS or merely start asking questions?
    I explorered the cd and those are not the type of tools i am look for. I used them it's just not what im looking for something else

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonize View Post
    I explorered the cd and those are not the type of tools i am look for. I used them it's just not what im looking for something else
    Well let's have a look at nipper then.
    Also have a look at packet storm's listing of cisco auditing tools.
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