Saturday, February 28, 2009

SecurixNSM 1.3

Securix-NSM is the successor of Knoppix-NSM. It's an extension of our NSMnow technology which has been integrated with the universal Debian foundation with a range of other tools to work from. Like it's predecessor Securix-NSM is dedicated to providing a framework for individuals wanting to learn about Network Security Monitoring (NSM) or who want to quickly and reliably deploy a NSM capability in their network.

Securix-NSM is now based on Debian Live, which means that you can test all the tools in a live Debian session running on the CD without the need for a HardDisk Drive (HDD) installation.

You can download ISO here.

2 comments:

network monitoring said...

Thanks for sharing. Very informative post. Keep on posting
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