Monthly Archives: October 2017

Vulners NASL Plugin Feeds for OpenVAS 9

As I already wrote earlier, you can¬†easily add third party nasl plugins to OpenVAS. So, my friends from Vulners.com realised generation of NASL plugins for OpenVAS using own security content. I’ve tested it for scanning CentOS 7 host. And it works =)

Vulners OpenVAS vulnerabilities

Let’s see the whole process.

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VirtualBox GuestAdditions for Linux Guest OS

I often work with VirtualBox virtual machines and need to install GuestAdditions to use GUI applications comfortably. So, I decided to collect here some configuration scripts.

VirtualBox GuestAdditions

CentOS 7

In the configuration a new VirtualBox machine I add 2 network adapters:

  • Host Only Network
  • NAT

Installing clean CentOS (CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1611)

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Downloading and analyzing NVD CVE feed

In previous post “New National Vulnerability Database visualizations and feeds” I mentioned JSON NVD feed.

NVD JSON feed parse python

Let’s see what data it contains, how to download and analyse it. First of all, we need to download all files with CVEs from NVD database and save them to some directory.

nvd feed json download

Unfortunately, there is no way to download all the content at once. Only one year archives. We need to get urls first. Url looks like this: https://static.nvd.nist.gov/feeds/json/cve/1.0/nvdcve-1.0-2017.json.zip. Then we will download them all.

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