[Openvas-discuss] Some OpenVAS questions
salgatt at turtleshell.net
Mon Oct 19 18:07:20 CEST 2009
The whole thing is a web based system so you wouldn't really need to
know FreeBSD. I agree, it would be nice to move to OpenVAS 2.x but I
haven't been able to get over to recompile recently...Its on the todo.
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:34, Michiel van Es <michiele at info.nl> wrote:
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> Hi Scott,
> Isn't it possible to just provide the tools and frontend?
> I mean: I really don't want to run an extra server with freebsd which I
> don't know that well to maintain :)
> And it would be nice to use the OpenVAS 2.* version (or latest stable
> Kind regards,
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> Subject: [Openvas-discuss] Some OpenVAS questions
> From: Scott Algatt <salgatt at turtleshell.net>
> To: openvas-discuss at wald.intevation.org
> <openvas-discuss at wald.intevation.org>
> Date: 10/19/2009 05:30 PM
>> I have been messing around with just such an interface. It is over at
>> www.turtleshell.net and it is called the MiniVM. I have it prebuilt
>> into a VMware image. I welcome anyone to download it, toy with it,
>> and complain about it so that I can fix any bugs. It grew out of a
>> need in a previous life and I just never let go it. I made sure to
>> add pretty graphs and a dashboard with some basic data and stats.
>> It is running on a trimmed FreeBSD OS and currently only runs OpenVAS
>> 1.x since the FreeBSD compile and I were having some issues. I have
>> an update feature built into it so updates can be propagated pretty
>> quickly. Take a peak and let me know how I can make it better for
>> On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 07:53, Michiel van Es <michiele at info.nl> wrote:
>>> First of all I would like to say thank you for such a nice open source
>>> and free alternative for Nessus.
>>> I am using OpenVAS with the OpenVAS-client to scan my networks but are
>>> there any tools like Inprotect to manage these scans?
>>> I see Autonessus but is there also a tool which can create pie charts or
>>> The html is very very nice but I want to create a report over the last
>>> month, year etc and pie charts and some nice graps help convincing my
>>> management ;)
>>> Thanks in advance and again: thanks for such a nice tool!
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Openvas-discuss mailing list
>>> Openvas-discuss at wald.intevation.org
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