OpenVAS

Estrutura-OpenVAS-7

 

The OpenVAS tool, is very familiar to Nessus, they are both a great tools for vulnerability scan.

#1) Let’s launch OpenVAS by the command:
assault@kalivm:~$ sudo openvas-start

 

*You should get this output*

OpenVas_start

 

 

Ok, let’s continue…

 

#2) Open Browser and go to: https://127.0.0.1:9392 & type your UserName & Password (go to page: Install)

OpenVas_User&Password

 

Welcome to OpenVAS

OpenVas_welcome

 

Let’s add a new target.

#3) Tap on Configuration > Targets

OpenVas_target

 

 

#4) Tap on the blue star icon.

OpenVas_add_target

 

#5) Fill in your target’s details.

Make sure that Port List set to: OpenVAS Default.

And tap Create Target.

OpenVas_target_details

On this screen, make sure that the details are OK.

OpenVas_target_details_2

Go back to Configuration > Targets, to make sure that the target that you have created, is exist at the Targets’s List.

 

OpenVas_target_exist

 

#6) Go back to OpenVAS home page, and hit on “New Task” (the blue star icon)

OpenVas_add_task

 

#7) Fill in the task details.

Tap the “Scan Targets” and you will see your Target’s name that you have been created.

Chose your Target name, in my case it’s: My Zombie.

Under Scanner title > Scan Config, choose what every you want.

As you can see, i chose: Full and fast.

And hit Create Task.

OpenVas_add_task_ok

 

Now we have new Task that ready to go, with the Status: New

OpenVas_add_task_ok_new

 

Go back to OpenVAS home page.

As you can see, now we have new task that ready to go.

#8) Hit Start to scan the new target by the green icon under Actions.

OpenVas_add_target_ready_to_go

 

#9) Tap on the 3 tiny arrows above the target, to get more info, while OpenVAS is in progress

OpenVas_add_target_ready_to_go_arrows

 

And you should get this:

OpenVas_add_target_ready_to_go_arrows_after

 

Now, sit back and relax, while OpenVAS is working on your target.

You can tap on the Status Progress of your target, to get status about the current scan.

You should get this:

Openvas_Scan_Status

ENJOY! 🙂

Here is an example by Gamer Forever