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    Audit / Explore / Map an unknown server

    Ive just been given root to a server which has previously been managed by an external company who we have severed ties for.

    I know this server runs a website and a database, but I have no idea about what is stored where, what else it does, etc.

    Is there something that I can use that will fully audit the server and produce a report rather than having to go exploring and looking manually?

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    bump... ive not really found a good tool yet.. any suggestions would be good pls

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    Have you looked at Lynis? not used it myself but looks like it will do the job.

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