[Openvas-discuss] Asterisk on RHEL
maurybond at gmail.com
Tue Sep 20 14:14:11 CEST 2011
Thank you very much for these explanations.
Le 20/09/2011 14:11, Veerendra GG a écrit :
> I don't think versions and the fixes in Fedora and RHEL are same.
> If both are same still you need edit the os name as well as package
> name (i.e "asterisk~126.96.36.199~1.fc14") in fedora plugins because in RHEL
> "fc14" will not come at the end of package name.
> Veerendra G.G
> SecPod Technologies Pvt Ltd
> http://www.secpod.com <http://www.secpod.com/>
> On Tuesday 20 September 2011 05:05 PM, Vincent Maury wrote:
>> thank you very much for your answer.
>> I guess the RPM versions are similar from Fedora to RHEL, so the
>> white box plugins targeting Fedora could be adapted to RHEL quite
>> easily, don't you think?
>> Thanks again,
>> Le 20/09/2011 12:06, Veerendra GG a écrit :
>>> No. Those plugins will not work properly on RHEL.
>>> There are number of other plugins related to Asterisk (around 10-12),
>>> which are not checking any platform and some are checking the
>>> version from
>>> the banner and some are trying actual exploits to find the
>>> You can use those plugins to scan your RHEL system.
>>> Veerendra G.G
>>> SecPod Technologies Pvt Ltd
>>> http://www.secpod.com <http://www.secpod.com/>
>>> On Tuesday 20 September 2011 03:05 PM, Vincent Maury wrote:
>>>> I have an Asterisk server on RHEL that I would like to test with OpenVAS.
>>>> I found 3 plugins checking the Asterisk version in black box (by reading
>>>> the version from the SIP banner I guess) and a dozen of plugins testing
>>>> Asterisk vulns on Fedora in white box. It seems these white box plugins
>>>> first check it's a Fedora (eg FC11) before checking the RPM version.
>>>> My question is: would these plugins work on RHEL?
>>>> Thanks in advance for your answer,
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