InfoGraphic – Your PenTest Tools Arsenal

In 2014 we started “Your PenTest Tools Arsenal – Survey”. Its purpose was to have a better picture over the tools that security professionals uses in their day by day activities, to help others choose their tools or test new ones. Though there are hundreds and hundreds of information security tools and each month we see tens of other that appear, most of responders was focused on a few well established tools. Bellow you have the answers of 871 security professionals that choose to fill in the survey.

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The survey is not intended to show the best tools out there but to picture what most security professionals uses. Every security professional have his/her own strategy, tactics and habits when perform penetration testing. The survey can be also very helpful for companies and organizations that build pentest tools to their marketing department to find out infosec’s community opinion and tools usage and improve their marketing strategy.

We already launched “Your Pentest Tools Arsenal 2015 – V2” Survey. In case you want to be part of 2015 Pentest Tool Arsenal Survey, just hit “Take Survey 2015”

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Source: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FxVzlOGfomwL_sDR7Q85fjffWUJUgdn4kdZ7DDmYV10/edit?usp=sharing

Summary Response: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/12iQl6eJphE551CL7x7XaHvrqN4UxCHMdb56e-F_6_Aw/viewanalytics

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15 Responses

  1. Anon says:

    Are there really any surprises here at all?
    Also burb suite? Did the person putting this together have any clue at all?

  2. John says:

    Awesome infographic, really enjoyed it.

  3. Cykhet says:

    I was surprised to not see Nexpose mentioned / listed.

  4. Zoshi says:

    Wow..EXACTLY what I was looking for…
    Cheers!

  5. john says:

    The word ‘relevant’ near the bottom is also misspelled.

  6. Ramon says:

    Very useful Inforgraphic,covering all pentest tools in a nutshell. Thanks for the post. sharing it. => hackcave.net

  7. Paritosh Dixit says:

    I believe protocol fuzzing tools are missing.

    These fuzzing tools are used to test robustness of TCP/IP suite as well as industrial controls systems (ICS) protocols, such as DNP3 and Modbus. These protocols are considered insecure-by-design, and are extensively used in communication systems of critical infrastructure such as power grid.

    If s protocol stack is not robust, a simple protocol fuzz attack can cause memory leaks, infinite loops and eventual crash of networking-facing applications.

    Few example tools:
    1. Achilles Test Platform from Wurldtech
    2. Spirent Security Studio
    3. CodeNomicon Defensics

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