tdoty at mst
Nov 3, 2008, 11:30 AM
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It isn't a matter of publishing the results, it's an issue of how/where
RE: Difference in what is tested between personal and professional nessus?
nessus is used. I can (and do) use the home/free nessus for scanning my
home systems. It is a clearly personal use. At work we are paying for a
feed because it is (an incidental) part of our business -- I'm
responsible for scanning all systems on the university network. We don't
publish the results, they are only used internally. If it were being
used in a course of instruction it might qualify for an educational use
-- something Tenable decides.
"Commercial organizations which use the Nessus vulnerability scanner
must purchase a ProfessionalFeed subscription to obtain support, updates
to their database of vulnerability checks and compliance auditing."
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> bounces [at] list] On Behalf Of Todd.Staples [at] Emerson
> Sent: Monday, November 03, 2008 12:44 PM
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> Subject: Difference in what is tested between personal and
> Does anyone know if there is actually a difference in what
> vulnerabilities are tested for between the Nessus personal free
> and the Nessus professional edition? Or is it just a matter of if you
> want to publish the results, you have to buy the professional version.
> You may email me directly with responses as I only get nessus digest
> emails, and might miss a response that way.
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