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Open-AudIT – auditing software

Open-AudIT is an open source network auditing application. This application tells you exactly what is on your network, how it is configured and when it changes.

Data is retrieved with Bash and/or VBScript, stored in a database and viewed through a web interface.

Essentially, Open-AudIT is a database of information, that can be queried via a web interface.

Features include:

  • Track the following data:
  • Hardware:
    • Fixed Disks.
    • Partitions.
    • SCSI devices.
    • Optical, Tape and Floppy Drives.
    • Processor and Bios information.
    • Memory Details.
    • Network, Video and Sound Cards.
    • Monitors.
    • Modems.
    • Keyboard and mouse.
    • Battery Information.
    • Locally attached printers.
    • USB Devices.
    • And More.
  • Software
    • Installed and Uninstalled Software.
    • Specific executable versions.
    • System Components.
    • Hotfixes and Patches.
    • What is run at Startup.
    • IE Browser Helper Objects.
    • Services.
    • Codecs.
    • Software Install Keys:
      • Windows (95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista).
      • Office (XP and 2003).
      • Crystal Reports (9, 11).
      • Autocad.
      • Photoshop.
      • Many Others.
  • Operating System Settings:
    • General Information (OS Type, Service Pack, Registered User, etc).
    • Shared Directories.
    • Major Software Versions (IE, DX, Media Player).
  • Security Settings:
    • AntiVirus.
    • Firewall.
    • Nmap discovered Ports.
  • Users and Groups.
  • IIS Settings.
  • Disk Usage Graphs.
  • Audit History.
  • Audit network devices such as printers, switches, routers – anything with an IP Address can be audited.
  • Reports are available for:
    • Operating System Type.
    • IE Versions.
    • Firefox Versions.
    • Memory Sizes.
    • Processor Types and Speeds.
    • Hard Disk sizes.
    • Software Keys.
    • Detected Network Servers.
    • Newly Detected Software.
    • Low Disk Space.
    • Systems not audited for xxx days.
    • Export to Inkscape, Dia, PDF.
    • Custom reports by request.

Support: Documentation, Wiki
Developer: openDCIM Foundation, Inc
License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0

Open-AudIT is written in PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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