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-p, [email protected]:~# openvas-manage-certs -h Usage: /usr/bin/openvas-manage-certs [OPTION] - Manage certificate infrastructure for an Open VAS installation Options: -h Print help -a Automatically set up default infrastructure for Open VAS -V Verify existing Open VAS certificate infrastructure -C Create a certificate authority (CA) -I Install a CA certificate -R Create a certificate request for a CA -r Create a certificate request -c Create a certificate request and sign it -i Install a certificate -S Sign a certificate request -f Force overwriting of existing files Certificate options: -E Create a server certificate -L Create a client certificate -A Skip CA generation in automatic mode Output control: -d Print debug output -v Print verbose messages -q Be quiet, only print error messages Configuration: -e All certificate generation options can be set either through the configuration file or through environment variables like the following: OPENVAS_CERTIFICATE_LIFETIME Days until the certificate will expire OPENVAS_CERTIFICATE_HOSTNAME Name to use for the certificate OPENVAS_CERTIFICATE_SIGNALG Hash algorithm to use for signing OPENVAS_CERTIFICATE_KEYSIZE Size in bits of the generated key or OPENVAS_CERTIFICATE_SECPARAM Gnu TLS security level [low|medium|high|ultra] OPENVAS_CERT_DIR Directory where keys and certificates are stored before installation OPENVAS_CERT_PREFIX Prefix for certificate filename (e.g. sha1sums 2,002 100% 2.34k B/s (xfr#33, to-chk=2/36) timestamp 13 100% 0.02k B/s (xfr#34, to-chk=1/36) 181 100% 0.21k B/s (xfr#35, to-chk=0/36) sent 719 bytes received 41,272,464 bytes 398,774.71 bytes/sec total size is 41,260,051 speedup is 1.00 /usr/sbin/openvasmd User created with password 'xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxx'.

"server") For a complete list of options, please refer to the [email protected]:~# openvas-migrate-to-postgres --help /usr/sbin/openvas-migrate-to-postgres: Migrate Manager database from SQLite3 to Postgres --help display this help --selftest perform self-test --version display [email protected]:~# openvas-portnames-update Update port names data from a port names XML file. After the setup completes, you will find two listening TCP ports: 93.

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You need to install plugin called yum-plugin-security.

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Currently supports the official IANA Services Names list. Installed private key to /var/lib/openvas/private/CA/ Port 9392 is likely the one of most interest to you as it is the web interface for Open VAS.

In order to update the DB, download the port names list and provide its path as an argument to this script. You can open the web interface using your browser of choice.

$ wget openvas-portnames-update $ rm [email protected]:~# openvassd -h Usage: openvassd [OPTION? Despite reminding people to save the default password generated during setup, it still sometimes gets misplaced.

] - Scanner of the Open Vulnerability Assessment System Help Options: -h, --help Show help options Application Options: -V, --version Display version information -f, --foreground Do not run in daemon mode but stay in foreground -c, --config-file= Configuration file -s, --cfg-specs Print configuration settings -y, --sysconfdir Print system configuration directory (set at compile time) -C, --only-cache Exit once the NVT cache has been initialized or updated [email protected]:~# openvas-setup ERROR: Directory for keys (/var/lib/openvas/private/CA) not found! Fortunately, the “openvasmd” utility can be used to create and remove users as well as reset their passwords.

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