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Is there any free tool/script along the same lines of microsoft baseline security analyzer that will give a top level vulnerability assessment of a linux/unix server and an exportable format? Please provide details, ideally with the kind of checks it performs also.
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you could use
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Thanks, could you detail what specific checks it runs?
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And is it free?
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