Might want to have a look at this perhaps:


On 10/04/2014, at 9:04 am, Mark Goldfinch <mark.goldfinch@modicagroup.com> wrote:

Greetings all,

On 9 April 2014 22:13, Phil Regnauld <regnauld@nsrc.org> wrote:
Python version, for those who don't trust online tests.

Has anyone come across a heartbleed scanning tool which will allow one to scan v4/v6 CIDR netblocks?

Generically I'm thinking the process for resolution is:

1) Analyse
2) Plan
3) Act
4) Verify

In either steps #1 or #4 such a tool would be useful in identifying or verifying the problem is indeed resolved.

I'm not above getting into the code and making one myself, but would prefer to utilise someone else's work if it already exists!

Mark Goldfinch
Systems Team Leader, Modica Group
Tel: +64 4 498 6000

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