June 05, 2020, 09:45:43 PM

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Yes, I was thinking about SSH or having something that's embedded into NEWT pro that would allow you to do that to gather the information as well.

Please let me know what you come up with and how your planning to implement it. Thanks for the quick response.
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We've been planning to add this for quite some time now.  The idea was to use SSH for Linux/Unix/MacOS to pull similar information as NEWT Pro does with Windows PCs.  Is that what you were thinking?

Of course there are many Linux-based systems in the IoT world, etc. that do not have SSH, but we've been researching ways to at least identify such devices.
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I've been using the NEWT pro to scan the Windows environment and it's been really helpful with gathering the hardware inventory. Are there any new information on if your planning to release an update that would help gather these on the Linux machines? It would be great if I could gather the hardware inventory for those machines on the same network.
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Slitheris Network Discovery - Feature Requests / Re: Helpful Features
« Last post by MLangdon61 on January 17, 2019, 09:47:56 AM »
That's great to hear. Again, I really like this product and look forward to these changes.
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Slitheris Network Discovery - Feature Requests / Re: Helpful Features
« Last post by Komodo Support on January 16, 2019, 04:52:36 PM »
Thank you, we'll take any compliments we can get! :)

We will probably be able to add the first 2 at the end of next month.

On the third one, the ability to get to various device bases on the services they're running, we've already started this with HTTP and HTTPS.  On devices with HTTP or HTTPS, you'll see a little world and/or a lock icon next to the IP address.  The world indicates HTTP is available and the lock icon indicates HTTPS.  You can visit the HTTP version of the device's GUI by clicking on the IP and if both versions are available, you can use the right-mouse to specifically visit the HTTPS version.

That last one may take a little longer, but we've also though of adding this and it was even requested last month on our forums.
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Slitheris Network Discovery - Feature Requests / Helpful Features
« Last post by MLangdon61 on January 16, 2019, 03:31:01 PM »
This is a great tool however there seems to be a lack of options. I would love to see the following;
1. Ability to show/hide any of the columns
2. Ability to remove an IP range that was previously added
3. Ability to right-click on a device which would bring up options to http/SSH/telnet/rdp/etc... into the device
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Sorry for my delayed response on this, I missed the notification that you had replied due to the mass amount of email through the holidays.

So far, the information provided is what we are looking for!
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Sorry for the delay.  Ok, great!  It sound like you have a good setup there.

If you have any more trouble with the portable version, please let us know.  Surprisingly, making a "portable version" was quite tricky and there may still be an issue here and there.

Just so you know, we're currently working on large IP range support so you don't have to break everything up into /24's.  We also plan to greatly improve device type identification so it recognizes more devices and is much more accurate, much faster scanning, etc.  That being said, may we ask what information you find most useful that we're able to provide?
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You are correct, that is exactly what I'm seeing and it makes sense now!

So our plan for Slitheris branches out in two directions currently.

Branch one is for our network audits.  If we have a potential client contact us for services, we would go onsite and do a network audit (among other things of course) to make sure we quote the correct solution.  Slitheris is wonderful for this, as it gives all of the information I would normally get manually in one pane of glass.  However, I am no longer the only one who does audits, so the portable version was an idea for it (now that I know it's drive locked, this one works perfectly).

Branch two is current customer facing.  Our remote assistance software gives us a toolbox that I can run programs on remote computers from.  This way, I can run portable apps at the click of a button.  This was where we were seeing the licensing issue.  Occasionally we need to audit a company network in the case information isn't lining up between sources. 
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Thank you very much!  We have big plans for it!

I think I may know what the problem is.  When we developed the feature to create a licensed portable copy, we wanted to make sure that when customers made licensed copies on USB drives and any drives were lost, those files couldn't simply be copied and uploaded all over the Interwebs by a stranger.  So in order to protect our customers and us, we needed to lock the license to the drive it was created on.  So you should be able to run it from that USB drive on any PC, but not just by copying the files to other drives.  Does that sound like what's going on there?

Also, can you give us more detailed info on how you intend to use it from multiple PCs?
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