[Openvas-discuss] Fwd: [Full-disclosure] Operation Bring Peace To Machines - War Game

Tim Brown timb at openvas.org
Sat Feb 18 21:41:40 CET 2012


If anyone fancies a nice starter into the world of OpenVAS development, the 
following may be of interest.  Some time ago I wrot an PoC XSLT for OpenVAS 
Manager to generate IVIL output from OpenVAS.  It seems IVIL is getting more 
interest so it would be nice to finish off the XSLT:

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Subject: [Full-disclosure] Operation Bring Peace To Machines - War Game
Date: Thursday 16 Feb 2012, 11:19:33
From: Jerome Athias <jerome at netpeas.com>
To: full-disclosure at lists.grok.org.uk, bugtraq at securityfocus.com

Good morning Hacker,

Your mission, should you decide to accept it is to save the CyberSpace.

As mentioned in the U.S. "INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY FOR CYBERSPACE"[1]
document, we need "interoperable and secure technical standards,
determined by technical experts".

Requirements: ~15 minutes of your time, a headset and the Boléro

The Rand Strategy Assessment Center provides you the following
computerised model:
"Software Vulnerability Mitigation Automation",
(an incomplete Conceptual Map)

https://corevidence.com/research/vulnerability_interoperability_ivil_v1.jpg

some links extracted:
[1]
http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2011/05/16/launching-us-international-strategy-
cyberspace
IVIL-XML
http://www.cupfighter.net/index.php/2010/10/ivil-an-xml-schema-to-exchange-
vulnerability-information/
ThreadFix    http://code.google.com/p/threadfix/


We will provide you soon IVIL v1.0, so be ready for action!

i = x2ivil + ivil2x
where "i" is interoperability and "x" a software (vulnerability
scanner,... + waf, virtual patching system, ...)

Examples:

openvas2ivil
nessus2ivil
qualys2ivil
nikto2ivil
ivil2mod_security
ivil2snort


As always, should you or any of your I.M. Force be caught or killed, the
Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions.

This tape will always stay here.


-- 
Jerome Athias - NETpeas
VP, Director of Software Engineer
Palo Alto - Paris - Casablanca

www.netpeas.com
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Tim Brown
<mailto:timb at openvas.org>
<http://www.openvas.org/>
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