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RE: Multiple Security Engineers Sharing Internet Scanner

Subject: RE: Multiple Security Engineers Sharing Internet Scanner
From: Brian Laing (blaingiss.net)
Date: Sat Dec 04 1999 - 02:27:28 CST

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        Internet Scanner is licensed by the IP range and number of hosts you are
scanning. If you have purchased say the range of,
then anyone you allow access to the software can scan that range. The
licenses are not tied to the User of Scanner at all just the hosts being


-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Flynn [mailto:flynngnjmu.edu]
Sent: Friday, December 03, 1999 8:34 PM
To: blaingiss.net
Cc: issforumiss.net
Subject: Re: Multiple Security Engineers Sharing Internet Scanner

Brian Laing wrote:
> Something I have done in the past is to actually use a website to
> everything. The website can be fully secured, and even use something like
> secure id or smart cards for authentication. You then create a website
> will generate commandline scans and schedule them.


What are the licensing implications of this? I'm planning a similar
architecture for our campus.



Gary Flynn
Security Engineer
James Madison University

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