Is there any Pre installed light way OpenVAS Linux distributions Or any light way Linux witch Openvas Tested on it and work properly on that Linux distribution ? I have used Back Track (UBUNTU ...
My scenario is that I have a VPS with Apache (mostly for development of my own projects) accessed via SSH; and I time to time I would like to do a quick check just to be sure that there's no potential ...
I did an nmap scan on an advanced office printer that has a domain name and is accessible from outside the corporate network. Surprisingly I found many open ports like http:80, https:443, and ...
I've seen plenty about Idle Scans and incremental IP IDs on the net, but I have trouble finding a "solution" to the problem. Is there a way to "set" IP IDs for example to all zeros or is it coded into ...
I have a http server Nginx with HTTP TRACE Enabled. A single nmap --script=http-methods.nse host.name give this result : Not shown: 988 closed ports PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION [...] ...
I'm looking for an open source vulnerability scanner that I could install on one of my machines and point to all my others. Ideally, I'd be able to configure a nightly scan where all of my other nodes ...
I know of Nessus (which is $1300 for a pro feed) and OpenVAS (which I don't like). I use Linux so do I have any other options for vulnerability detection?