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Project Summary

UMIT is the a network scanning frontend and was started with the sponsoring of Google's Summer of Code.

The project goal is to develop a network scanning suite that is really useful for advanced users and easy to be used by newbies. With UMIT, a network admin could create scan profiles for faster and easier network scanning or even compare scan results to easily see any changes. A regular user will also be able to construct powerful scans with UMIT command creator wizards.

New features like an NSE Facilitator, Network Inventory, Scan Scheduler, a web interface, bluetooth scanner, packet manipulator and a network mapper are being developed by summer of code students this year, and soon are going to be integrated to the main branch.

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30 Day Summary

Jul 20 2017 — Aug 19 2017

12 Month Summary

Aug 19 2016 — Aug 19 2017