[Openvas-discuss] can not login to openvas server
jan-oliver.wagner at intevation.de
Mon Jun 2 22:24:57 CEST 2008
On Monday 02 June 2008 16:19, christian gattermair wrote:
> i try the today svn versions.
> when i try to login with the client and only user:pw (without ssl) i get:
> on the server  gnutls_handshake: A record packet with illegal
> version was received.
> and on the client
> remote host is not using the good version of the nessus communication
> protocol (1.2) or is tcpwrapped
that is absolutely OK. OpenVAS has no option to run without SSL.
The SSL switch in the client is only available for compaibility with
Nessus which allow for unencrypted use.
Perhaps we should simply remove this option. Unencrypted connection
has no real use-case IMHO. Other opinions?
> with ssl enabled on the client i get:
> login failed
Should not happen.
> user and pass are 100% correct.
That would have been my first guess :-)
> thanks for any hint!
on which operating system (and which version, any other
special things) did you try this?
What does the log files of openvasd say?
Dr. Jan-Oliver Wagner Intevation GmbH
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