Security professionals are often on the lookout for new tools. A variety of such is always a good thing, and you never really can have too many. Often enough, the best security professionals end up developing their own tools to fill needs that were never met by anyone else. This is somewhat the logic behind the new “TAP” program released by TrustedSec, a security firm.
While the software was designed to be run on an Intel NUC using Linux (or similar device), it could conceivably be run on other platforms and setups. The code is open, after all, and there for the taking. In any case, here are the specs described by the company:
For hardware, we use the Intel [...]