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Re: Nessus to Excel
From: xelerated <xelerated () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2006 21:27:13 -0400

Well, The best I could do was export my report as csv.

You can use the NessusWX client i know, im not sure about the native client.

Thats nessus's weak point, its reporting.

I do know there are a few options out there for injecting your scans into
say a mysql DB, and crystal reports will interface with mysql.

On 4/7/06, Matthew Webster <awakenings () mindspring com> wrote:
I'm not a database guy and not good with XML.  Does anyone know a good way to transfer Nessus documents to Excel 
output?  I need it to compare the output from an outside company's scan (which is in Excel) in a quick fashion.  I do 
have a linux box and a windows box at my disposal.  Any ideas?

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