[Openvas-commits] r1470 - trunk/openvas-compendium

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Tue Sep 30 11:55:38 CEST 2008


Author: mwiegand
Date: 2008-09-30 11:55:37 +0200 (Tue, 30 Sep 2008)
New Revision: 1470

Modified:
   trunk/openvas-compendium/ChangeLog
   trunk/openvas-compendium/openvas-compendium.tex
Log:
* openvas-compendium.tex: Fixed missing label and xnames. Updated
compendium date and version.


Modified: trunk/openvas-compendium/ChangeLog
===================================================================
--- trunk/openvas-compendium/ChangeLog	2008-09-30 08:24:04 UTC (rev 1469)
+++ trunk/openvas-compendium/ChangeLog	2008-09-30 09:55:37 UTC (rev 1470)
@@ -1,5 +1,10 @@
 2008-09-30  Michael Wiegand <michael.wiegand at intevation.de>
 
+	* openvas-compendium.tex: Fixed missing label and xnames. Updated
+	compendium date and version.
+
+2008-09-30  Michael Wiegand <michael.wiegand at intevation.de>
+
 	* openvas-compendium.tex: Fixed several typos.
 
 2008-09-30  Michael Wiegand <michael.wiegand at intevation.de>

Modified: trunk/openvas-compendium/openvas-compendium.tex
===================================================================
--- trunk/openvas-compendium/openvas-compendium.tex	2008-09-30 08:24:04 UTC (rev 1469)
+++ trunk/openvas-compendium/openvas-compendium.tex	2008-09-30 09:55:37 UTC (rev 1470)
@@ -48,8 +48,8 @@
 \usepackage{hyperref}
 
 
-\newcommand{\compendiumversion}{0.3.0.SVN}
-\newcommand{\compendiumdate}{20080828}
+\newcommand{\compendiumversion}{1.0-rc1}
+\newcommand{\compendiumdate}{20080930}
 \newcommand{\compendiumauthor}[1]{\begin{small}(by {#1})\end{small}}
 \newcommand{\hyperurl}[1]{\htmlonly{\xml{p}\small
 \xlink{{#1}}{{#1}}\xml{br}}\texonly{\small{#1}}}
@@ -294,8 +294,10 @@
       for Windows it is about SMB shares.
 \end{itemize}
 
+\xname{choose-type-of-server}
 \section{Choose Type of Scan-Server}
 
+\xname{choose-type-of-server-hardware}
 \subsection{Hardware}
 
 OpenVAS usually does not need outstanding hardware performance nor
@@ -305,6 +307,7 @@
 Most users use OpenVAS with a IA32 architecture. 64bit and PowerPC architectures
 are also supported, but not tested to the same extend.
 
+\xname{choose-type-of-server-os}
 \subsection{Operating System}
 
 Only unixoid systems are supported by OpenVAS and out of this group,
@@ -2322,17 +2325,20 @@
 daemon and provide an unified interface to their output. The current package of
 SLAD contains the following plugins:
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-chkrootkit}
 \subsubsection{chkrootkit}
 
 The chkrootkit package is a tool to locally check for signs of installed
 rootkits.
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-clamav}
 \subsubsection{clamav}
 
 The clamav plugin provides a GPLed virus scanner for linux. The options include
 scanning with or without archive (.zip, .tar.gz, etc) scanning, and removing
 infected files or putting them into quarantine.
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-john}
 \subsubsection{john}
 
 John the ripper is a fast password cracker. This tool is meant to find
@@ -2354,12 +2360,14 @@
 version cracked passwords are not exposed anymore, instead only the
 user-accounts with crackable passwords are identified.}
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-lsof}
 \subsubsection{lsof}
 
 The Unix system utility lsof simply shows a list of files currently open on the
 system and which program uses them. This can assist an administrator to find
 unusual activity on the system.
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-tiger}
 \subsubsection{tiger}
 
 The tiger suite is a package to analyze the host's security. Out of the many
@@ -2377,6 +2385,7 @@
 \item[Full system check:] This runs all of the above checks.
 \end{description}
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-tripwire}
 \subsubsection{tripwire}
 
 Tripwire is an open source file integrity checker. It initially stores hashes of
@@ -2387,6 +2396,7 @@
 on how to adapt these to a different operating system or distribution, see the
 SLAD 2 Developers and Administrators Guide.
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-snort}
 \subsubsection{Snort}
 
 Snort is a network intrusion detection and prevention system that provides real
@@ -2402,6 +2412,7 @@
 Information on how to do this is usually provided with the Snort package for
 your distributions or can be found in the Snort installation itself. 
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-lmsensors}
 \subsubsection{LMSensors}
 
 This fetches the events from your hardware monitoring, (for example someone
@@ -2410,6 +2421,7 @@
 physical incident on the SLAD managed server. This features is supported from
 the most mid-range server boards like Intel BX440 and newer.
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-logwatch}
 \subsubsection{LogWatch}
 
 Logwatch extracts events from the system log, like the syslog files present at
@@ -2425,6 +2437,7 @@
 \item[High] Detailed logfile values with the lowest aggregation level.
 \end{description}
 
+\xname{slad-plugins-trapwatch}
 \subsubsection{TrapWatch}
 
 TrapWatch is a special version of Logwatch and listens on SNMP hardware traps.
@@ -2754,6 +2767,7 @@
 
 \xname{nasl-api-documentation}
 \section{NASL API Documentation}
+\label{sec:NASL-desc}
 
 \xname{nasl-pre-defined-constants}
 \subsection{Pre-defined Constants}



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