My Ultimate Network Monitor/Enumeration Tool – Putting It All Together

Finally, all the parts come together. Look at my previous posts for all the pieces to building the LilDevil network monitor and enumeration tool. Tomato Shibby on ASUS RT-N66W Tomato Shibby Guest Wireless Tomato by Shibby Splash Page Restricting Bandwidth on Tomato Pi Time! IMPROVEMENTS: Detecting New Network Devices with Python and Tkinter Playing with the Pi: Portable Server The […]

IMPROVEMENTS: Detecting New Network Devices with Python and Tkinter

So I wasn’t too happy with the kludginess of the network monitoring tool that I posted about earlier this week. It lagged and really wasn’t an ideal tool. I decided to redesign the entire model. The new tool still utilizes Python 2.7 and consists of three parts: Ping/Enumeration Script RESTful Django Script Tkinter Reporting GUI Script Here is how they connect. […]

Detecting New Network Devices with Python and Tkinter

UPDATE: I made a better version of this tool with server implementation here. Today I felt like building a python 2.7 script that would enumerate a network along with alert me to the presence of a new device. I limited my project to functions in the standard library. So something lightweight and okay fast is a ping sweep. From an […]

OpenVAS Quick and Easy: Scheduling and Running Tasks

“OpenVAS is a framework of several services and tools offering a comprehensive and powerful vulnerability scanning and vulnerability management solution” ( So I’ve been using OpenVAS as an alternative to Nessus and I’ve actually been quite pleased with the tool. The initial installation was a little difficult (see post) but once up and running, it has been great. I haven’t been […]

OpenVas for Kali Linux on the Raspberry Pi

I’m working on creating a semi-portable security platform. I decided to experiment with installing and using the armel version of Kali Linux (the new backtrack OS) on the raspberry pi. Initially, I faced a lot of problems getting OpenVAS to work on the device. This is one of the very few if only open source armel vulnerability scanners I could find. […]