[Openvas-discuss] non Default scans
eero.volotinen at iki.fi
Tue Aug 4 22:11:07 CEST 2015
Usually nmap is "stage" is a bit slow and ps aux | grep openvas shows if
nmap is still running. Attaching strace to nmap process shows that process
is alive and running well.
ti 4. elokuuta 2015 23.01 Brandon Perry <bperry.volatile at gmail.com>
> Wouldn't it be nmap that is being slow in the first 1%?
> On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 2:57 PM, Eero Volotinen <eero.volotinen at iki.fi>
>> What is output of ps aux | grep openvas
>> during scan?
>> 3.8.2015 8.01 ip. "Dury, John C." <JDury at duqlight.com> kirjoitti:
>>> I have built both OpenVAS 8 and OpenVAS 7 systems from source and also
>>> tried some pre built binaries like the ones that come with Kali and when I
>>> try to do a custom task with a scan using options other than default scan
>>> from with GSA, the task never seems to progress or complete. I haven’t
>>> tried every combination of options but the few that I have chosen, seem to
>>> start but never progress past 1%. This also happens when I tried this on
>>> Kali which comes with it’s own binaries and I did not build from source. I
>>> know there are other users with the same problem. Any suggestion on why
>>> this is happening and why scans other than the default, don’t seem to work
>>> or progress? For example, I picked “full and fast” for a target I just
>>> created, and it doesn’t seem to be doing anything. I don’t even see any
>>> processes running that have the target name in them. This is being done
>>> with OpenVAS that comes with the latest version of Kali. I was hoping to
>>> just start using OpenVAS without a lot of debugging since that is
>>> definitely not my area, but between compiling from source not working
>>> correctly, and pre-built binaries in Kali not working correctly, I am
>>> giving up hope. Any suggestions on where to start?
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