Subject: Re: Make SATAN with freebsd config?
To: Greg Spiegelberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 04/05/1995 13:13:19
> / Anybody know if configuring SATAN, the OJ Simpson story of the
> / networking biz, using the freebsd config will work properly under
> / NetBSD?
> Just a quick note. I've spent the entire morning going through the Satan
> docs, files, srcs, and whatnot. Basically, it's nothing more than a
> glorified ISS (Internet Security Scanner) that uses a web browser as it's
> As far as it's capability to run on *BSD, so long as you have libpcap 0.0,
> tcpdump 3.0, perl 5.xxxx, and a working gui web browser, I don't see why
> it wouldn't.
> I am disappointed with the whole satan business. Sorry folks, no bells,
I just installed and ran SATAN under NetBSD-1.0. I did a make freebsd
and the build went w/o a hitch. It's a useful tool, but I don't think
its all its been hyped about. I havne't seen this much hype since
Windoze NT :-)