[Openvas-discuss] OpenVAS + Cisco Vulnerabililty Scanning

Eero Volotinen eero.volotinen at iki.fi
Tue Aug 25 07:58:00 CEST 2015


Well, just ask?

OpenVAS by default supports about 43 cisco (mainly ASA) specific check. see
under scan config : family: Cisco. and you can add more using openvas nasl
language.

Eero

2015-08-25 8:03 GMT+03:00 Christopher Smith <Christopher.Smith at au.gt.com>:

> Hello, am new to this solution – quite impressed with its ease and
> management of Server scanning.
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> Are there any FAQs on using it to scan hardware / appliances?  Like Cisco
> routers, etc…
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> When checking the forums NESSUS could take an SNMP community.  Couldn’t
> see an easy way to do the same with OpenVAS?
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> Very grateful for the re-direction!
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> Regards,
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> Christopher
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