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What is are the main differences between Tripwire version 1.2 and 1.3?  Also, where can I get version 1.3 (this version isn't commercialized yet).

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 You might find those answers by searching on TripWire at the CERT web site - www.cert.org
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by:kimberlysj
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I already tried that site, but no luck on either of the above.

Any further suggestions?
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This should answer all your questions:

http://www.tripwiresecurity.com/products/ASR1_3.html

also for other security tools:

http://ciac.llnl.gov/ciac/SecurityTools.html

Dave
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