Re: Penetration Test Report



My first recommendation is to get rid of some of the images. Images like padlocks, network devices, etc. have nothing to do with the report and are nothing more than filler. Makes it look cheap.


On Oct 15, 2009, at 2:01 PM, fx0ne wrote:


Hi guys,

I have been a bit busy of late but recently made some amendments to OSSAR
(v1.0) based on the feedback received from forum members. I'm pretty sure I
have omitted some suggestions because of my pressing schedule. Therefore, in
addition to posting both the pdf copy, an editable version in Open Office
odt format is also provided. The documents can be downloaded here:

http://inverse.com.ng/ossar/ossar_v1.0.pdf
http://inverse.com.ng/ossar/ossar_v1.0.odt

Any feedback will be highly appreciated. Thanks
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