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Black scalpel

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Black scalpel is an advanced graphical (Swing gui) security and analysis tool written in Java, C and Assembler (platform independent). Current stage is early alpha, many features are still missing. Use SVN!

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Features

  • Fast, flexible and deep analysis of hosts
  • Including Http server and deep website analysis,
  • like word and char counts, hidden texts, image stegdetect analysis
  • Protocols like FTP, whois, netbios, irc, finger, telnet, ssh, *sql, portscans
  • and much more

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Education, End Users/Desktop, Engineering, Science/Research, System Administrators

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Assembly, C, Java

Registered

2010-04-17

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