As a Freelance IT-Consultant, I use many Open Source Softwares (the list would be too long to be
mentioned here !) to achieve my missions.
I also like to realize small pieces of code as proof-of-concepts of my own ideas. It's also
a way to understand technologies in depth...
When my software is stable and useful enough, I deploy it by some of my customers, but I'm also
proud to make it available to the Open Source Community.
I would like to thank at least Dan Sutcliffe who carries on his shoulders the OpenSTA project.
I *do not thank* the Vigilante Company which did not find judicious to port its Network Audit Tool to
the Linux platform. It could have been a serious challenger for "nessus" tool.