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Re: Nmap Report Archiving and Management
From: "Jan-Oliver Wagner" <Jan-Oliver.Wagner () greenbone net>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 09:34:48 +0100
On Montag, 28. Februar 2011, Costas Alexiou wrote:
Sorry for asking but i am new on the field of security.
I like nmap a lot for using in a weekly schedule on the company i work for.
Saving the nmap reports gives us a in depth picture of what changes
and network problems have been fixed.
Is there any Report archiving-management solution so the reports gets more
organized and the admins have better in-sight look of what was fixed
and easy finding a previous report?
it might be a too big solution for what you are trying to achieve:
The OpenVAS (www.openvas.org) vulnerability scanning & management framework
has Nmap as a core component and allows to organize the results in its database.
This then allows to apply for example the severity override (FP-marking),
the annotation or the alerting to Nmap results.
All the best
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