[Openvas-devel] Voting on Change Request #18
joey at infodrom.org
Mon Dec 1 17:03:04 CET 2008
Jan-Oliver Wagner wrote:
> > Do you see a problem of using the regular place, i.e. the openvasrc
> > file, for the proper scope?
> Basically openvasrc is a good choice.
> However, note that there are many of them, for tasks, scopes etc.
> So, we have to think about whether the filter rules are global
> or per-task or per-scope.
> I tend to say global, because if there is a false-positive for a system,
> you won't want to see it in any of the reports.
> > We only need script_id + host + new priority.
> we need port as well.
So, a NASL script can operate on different ports?
A NASL script can already emit security notes with different priority
(hole plus note for example).
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