[Openvas-discuss] SSH Authorization Check (OID: not working after nvt update ?

Michel Pelletier michelpelletier07 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 15:02:09 CET 2015


Having the exact same problem.  I've located its source to be somewhere in
function ssh_login_or_reuse_connection() of
/var/lib/openvas/plugins/ssh_func.inc.  My _HAVE_LIBSSH configuration
constant is true.

I am using OpenVAS7 (Libraries 7.0.7,   Scanner 4.0.5, Manager 5.0.8,
Greenbone Security Assistant (GSA) 5.0.5, Command line Interface (CLI)
1.3.1) compiled from source on CentOS 6 x86_64.

Best regards,

Michel Pelletier

On Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at 2:07 AM, John weo <weo_john at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I use a set of ssh credentials, public/private key with pass-phrase.
> After I updated the nvt's (03.02.2015), the following test "SSH
> Authorization Check (OID:" Revision: 948 is
> reporting that the "It was not possible to login using the provided SSH
> credentials"
> The idea is that before the update using the same credentials the test
> "SSH Authorization Check (OID: Revision: 646
> reported that "It was possible to login using the provided SSH credentials."
> I am using OpenVAS7 (Libraries 7.0.4,   Scanner 4.0.3, Manager 5.0.4,
> Greenbone Security Assistant (GSA) 5.0.3,Command line Interface (CLI)
> 1.3.0) compiled from source on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS, the NVT's were last
> updated on the 09th September 2014 on that machine.
> Ps. I also tried to update to the latest Source the OpenVAS7, but had the
> same results of not being able to log in with those credentials.
> Is there anyone else having the same problem ?
> Any help would be welcomed.
> Regards,
> Weo
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Michel Pelletier
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