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openvas-manager-2.0.4-4.1.3 RPM for i586

From OpenSuSE 12.1 for i586

Name: openvas-manager Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: 2.0.4 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.1.3 Build date: Sat Oct 29 19:48:32 2011
Group: Productivity/Networking/Security Build host: build23
Size: 1151045 Source RPM: openvas-manager-2.0.4-4.1.3.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://www.openvas.org
Summary: Manager Module of OpenVAS
The OpenVAS-Manager is a layer between OpenVAS-Scanner and various client
applications such as OpenVAS-Client or Greenbone Security Assistant.  Among
other features, it adds server-side storage of scan results and it makes it
unnecessary for scan clients to keep connection until a scan finishes.

Provides

Requires

License

GPLv2+

Changelog

* Sun Sep 04 2011 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Fix build with no-add-needed
* Tue May 31 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 2.0.4
    * Compiler warnings from gcc 4.6 discovered by Stephan Kleine were addressed.
    * The mail addresses supplied for an email escalator are now used in the correct
      order.
    * Privilege dropping is now done directly and not via the shell.
    * A bug which caused the Manager to fail to start when launched without a
      database has been fixed.
    * A race condition which caused empty reports from the slave when running in
      master-slave mode under certain conditions has been fixed.
    * A bug which caused the timestamp of the scan end not to be written to the
      Manager database when running a task with an escalator under certain
      conditions has been fixed.
* Fri Apr 22 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 2.0.3
    * Enforces strict permissions on sensitive OpenVAS Manager files.
    * Drop privileges before executing report format plugins if running with
      elevated privileges.
    * Ensures report formats are trusted before executing them.
* Thu Mar 03 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 2.0.2
    * The test infrastructure has been updated.
    * A bug which caused the host count to be calculated incorrectly under certain
      circumstances has been fixed.
    * A number of memory and resource leaks discovered by Felix Wolfsteller have
      been closed.
    * A bug which caused database migration to fail when upgrading very old
      installations has been fixed.
* Wed Feb 23 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 2.0.1
    * Support for fallback system reports has been added in case where a full system
      report is unavailable.
    * The expected location for signatures has been updated to match the FHS related
      changes in OpenVAS Scanner.
    * The "unscanned_closed" preference now defaults to "yes" for predefined
      configs.
    * The report format signature infrastructure has been improved.
    * A bug which caused valid host names to be reject under certain circumstances
      has been fixed.
* Wed Feb 09 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 2.0.0
    * The logging behaviour when started with --verbose has been improved.
    * The w3af NVT is no longer part of the Full and fast default scan config.
    * The build environment has been cleaned up.
* Fri Feb 04 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.99.4
    * Documentation has been updated.
    * OpenVAS Manager now uses pkg-config to find required libraries.
    * An issue which caused the creation of overrides to fail under some
      circumstances has been fixed.
    * The installation is now compliant with Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS
      2.3).
* Mon Jan 24 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.99.3
    * A security-relevant bug has been fixed regarding email escalation methods.
      Configured OpenVAS users were able to damage installation and/or gain higher
      privileges.
    * An issue which caused database migration to fail under certain circumstances
      has been fixed.
    * The default log level has been reduced to warning to prevent the logging of
      potentially sensitive information in the default configuration.
* Mon Jan 10 2011 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.99.2
    * The protocol documentation has been brought up to date.
    * The output of --version now complies with the GNU Coding Standards.
    * Passwords are now masked when loggings LSC package creation commands.
* Tue Dec 21 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.99.1
    * The protocol documentation has been improved.
    * Target credentials for SMB and SSH are now separated.
    * Support for setting the port range for a target has been added.
    * Hardening flags are now enabled during compile time to increase code quality.
    * Support for retrieving the total number of results matching an applied filter
      has been added.
* Fri Dec 10 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.98.3
    * The protocol self-documentation has been improved.
    * NTLMSSP is now enabled by default.
    * Escalator message now include more information.
    * The LaTeX and PDF reports have been made more consistent with the other
      report formats.
    * An issue which caused internal links in the PDF report to link to wrong
      results under certain circumstances has been fixed.
    * An issue which caused some existing LSC credential packages to be empty on
      subsequent downloads under certain circumstances has been fixed.
* Fri Dec 03 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.98.2
    * The protocol self-documentation has been improved.
    * A number of superfluous log messages has been downgraded or removed.
    * A bug which caused issues to be counted incorrectly in the ports overview has
      been fixed.
    * The generation of PDF and LaTeX reports is now faster.
* Fri Nov 19 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.98.1
    * Report Format plugin framework. All previous reporting features
      were converted to plugins. The XML representation of a report
      is now the base for any plugin and thus consistency of reports
      is improved.
      Report Format Plugins can be set active so that they
      appear in the selection lists. Selections can consider
      content types so that for example only the plugins with
      content type "text" are offered as Email body.
      It is possible to use parameters for the plugins so the
      user can adjust the behaviour of the Report Format to
      the individual preferences or needs.
      A verification method allows to distribute signatures
      for valid plugins via the NVT Feed.
    * New default Report Format: TXT for simple text.
    * New default Report Format: LaTeX for LaTeX source.
    * New sample Report Format: Simple Bar Chart.
      Demonstrates how to use Gnuplot for graphical reports.
    * New sample Report Format: Simple Topo Plot.
      Demonstrates how to use Graphviz for graphical reports.
    * New sample Report Format: Simple Pie Chart.
      Demonstrates how to use PyChart for graphical reports.
    * New sample Report Format: Simple Map Plot.
      Demonstrates how to use MapServer and GDAL for graphical reports.
    * New sample Report Format: Sourcefire Host Input.
      Demonstrates that Report Formats can be used to build connectors.
    * Master-Slave feature. Any OpenVAS Manager can use one or many other
      OpenVAS Manager as slave to run scans. The whole scan task
      is transferred to the slave, results are continuously reported
      to the Master during scan process. After the scan is finished
      all data are removed from the slave.
      The master can also retrieve system reports from the slave and
      thus can collect the performance overview for all configured slaves.
    * New Escalator: HTTP GET. This allows for example to access
      text message (SMS) gateways or ticket management systems.
    * Extended Escalator: For EMail escalation it is now possible
      to select from configured Report Formats to be included in the
      Email body.
    * Agents: A verification method was added. This allows to
      distribute signatures for valid agents via the NVT Feed.
    * Credentials: Can now be edited. This allows to change the login
      name or password without the need to create a new scan configuration.
    * Credentials: Auto-generated installer packages are now created on
      the fly. If the generators are improved, it is now easy to create
      an updated package for already existing credentials.
    * OMP self-documentation: Part of the Managers' XML-based communication protocol
      OMP 2.0 is to deliver the full specification and documentation of the
      protocol itself (command "HELP"). It can be retrieved as XML-,
      RNC- or HTML representation.
    * Targets: Various opportunities have been added to specify and combine IP ranges.
    * Tasks: The task overview is delivered much faster now.
    * Reports: The report filtering is much faster now.
* Sun Oct 31 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.3
    * Two bugs which caused the manager to fail to give adequate replies on certain
      report and scan config requests have been fixed.
    * A bug which caused PDF reports to be unavailable for reports which contained
      certain unicode character has been fixed.
* Tue Aug 17 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.2
    * A bug which could cause changes in derived scan configs to affect predefined
      scan configs under certain circumstances has been fixed.
* Mon Aug 09 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.1
    * A fix for incorrect preference values in the database has been adjusted to
      work with GSA 1.0.1 as well.
* Thu Jul 29 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0
    * A number of build issues has been addressed.
    * The code documentation has been updated.
    * Code cleanup: Internal error handling has been made more consistent.
    * A potential ressource leak identified by static analysis has been fixed.
    * A bug which caused NVT preferences to be displayed incorrectly has been
      fixed.
* Fri Jul 16 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.rc1
    * Code cleanup: Internal resource management has been improved to use UUIDs in
      more places.
    * Support for agents has been improved.
    * Support for external target sources has been added.
    * A bug which caused PDF exports to fail if the NVT description contained
      certain characters has been fixed.
    * A bug which caused hosts in the scan result to be sorted incorrectly under
      certain circumstances has been fixed.
    * Support for defining threat overrides has been added.
    * Some OMP commands have been renamed and adjusted to make the protocol more
      concise and useful.
    * Support for event logging has been added.
    * Support for syslog escalators has been added.
    * The documentation has been updated.
* Sat May 29 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta7
    * A large amount of code which was present in both openvas-manager and
      openvas-administrator has been moved to openvas-libraries.
    * An issue that caused started tasks to remain in the "Requested" stage
      indenfinitely has been fixed.
    * An issue that caused incorrect values of the scan progress under certain
      conditions has been fixed.
    * A new escalator condition has been add: Threat Level Changed.
    * Open ports are now included in scan reports even if no vulnerability was
      detected on that port.
    * Support for CVSS scores and Risk Factors has been improved.
    * Support for excluding host without any results from the report has been added.
* Thu Apr 15 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta6
    * A bug which caused incorrect NVT counts in the scan config under certain
      circumstances has been fixed.
    * The manager now uses certificate based authentication.
    * Support for resuming stopped tasks has been added.
    * Support for task scheduling has been added.
    * The openvasmd binary will now install into /usr/sbin instead of /usr/bin.
* Thu Mar 04 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta5
    * More internal data structures are now identified by UUID and not by
      name.
    * Several build issues have been fixed.
    * Note management has been introduced.
    * Support for handling ITG and CPE reports has been added.
    * OTP forwarding is now disabled by default.
* Mon Feb 08 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta4
    * More internal data structures are now identified by UUID and not by name.
    * A bug which prevented PDF reports to be generated from certain results due to
      unescaped LaTeX characters has been fixed.
    * A number of formatting and casting issues found by Stephan Kleine have been
      fixed.
    * The man page has been updated.
* Fri Feb 05 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta3
    * Nmap is now the default port scanner for predefined configurations.
    * The man page has been updated.
    * LSC credential management has been improved.
    * A number of internal data structures are now identified by UUID and not by
      name.
    * The manager now converts all input from the scanner to UTF-8.
    * The encoding of the LaTeX report has been switch to UTF-8.
    * A bug that caused some settings to be ignored during scan configuration import
      has been fixed.
* Wed Jan 27 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta2
    * Deleting of active reports is prevented.
    * Introduced ownership for all objects.
      This makes objects (like a "target") not
      appear for other users anymore.
    * Improved ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8 conversion hacks.
    * Allowed "\" for login names (important for windows)
    * Send users host restrictions ("rules") via OTP when
      starting a scan.
    * Activated NSIS package generator for credentials management.
    * Filter out potentials passwords from logging.
    * Introduced UUIDs for users.
    * Improved PDF report generator.
* Sun Jan 24 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Added %ghost entry for log file.
  - Added logrotate file.
  - Added init script.
  - Fixed cmake arguments.
* Sun Jan 17 2010 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 1.0.0.beta1
* Tue Dec 22 2009 felix.wolfsteller@intevation.de
  - Updated to 0.9.8
* Thu Dec 10 2009 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Updated to 0.9.7
* Tue Nov 24 2009 bitshuffler@opensuse.org
  - Initial RPM

Files

/etc/init.d/openvas-manager
/etc/logrotate.d/openvas-manager
/etc/openvas
/etc/openvas/openvasmd_log.conf
/usr/sbin/openvasmd
/usr/sbin/rcopenvas-manager
/usr/share/doc/packages/openvas-manager
/usr/share/doc/packages/openvas-manager/CHANGES
/usr/share/doc/packages/openvas-manager/README
/usr/share/man/man8/openvasmd.8.gz
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/19f6f1b3-7128-4433-888c-ccc764fe6ed5
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/19f6f1b3-7128-4433-888c-ccc764fe6ed5/TXT.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/19f6f1b3-7128-4433-888c-ccc764fe6ed5/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/1a60a67e-97d0-4cbf-bc77-f71b08e7043d
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/1a60a67e-97d0-4cbf-bc77-f71b08e7043d/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/1a60a67e-97d0-4cbf-bc77-f71b08e7043d/latex.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/929884c6-c2c4-41e7-befb-2f6aa163b458
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/929884c6-c2c4-41e7-befb-2f6aa163b458/ITG.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/929884c6-c2c4-41e7-befb-2f6aa163b458/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/9f1ab17b-aaaa-411a-8c57-12df446f5588
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/9f1ab17b-aaaa-411a-8c57-12df446f5588/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/9f1ab17b-aaaa-411a-8c57-12df446f5588/latex.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/a0704abb-2120-489f-959f-251c9f4ffebd
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/a0704abb-2120-489f-959f-251c9f4ffebd/CPE.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/a0704abb-2120-489f-959f-251c9f4ffebd/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/b993b6f5-f9fb-4e6e-9c94-dd46c00e058d
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/b993b6f5-f9fb-4e6e-9c94-dd46c00e058d/HTML.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/b993b6f5-f9fb-4e6e-9c94-dd46c00e058d/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/d5da9f67-8551-4e51-807b-b6a873d70e34
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/d5da9f67-8551-4e51-807b-b6a873d70e34/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/f5c2a364-47d2-4700-b21d-0a7693daddab
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/f5c2a364-47d2-4700-b21d-0a7693daddab/NBE.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_report_formats/f5c2a364-47d2-4700-b21d-0a7693daddab/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/02052818-dab6-11df-9be4-002264764cea
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/02052818-dab6-11df-9be4-002264764cea/HTML.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/02052818-dab6-11df-9be4-002264764cea/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/02052818-dab6-11df-9be4-002264764cea/rnc.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/18e826fc-dab6-11df-b913-002264764cea
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/18e826fc-dab6-11df-b913-002264764cea/OMP.xml
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/18e826fc-dab6-11df-b913-002264764cea/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/787a4a18-dabc-11df-9486-002264764cea
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/787a4a18-dabc-11df-9486-002264764cea/RNC.xsl
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/787a4a18-dabc-11df-9486-002264764cea/generate
/usr/share/openvas/openvasmd/global_schema_formats/787a4a18-dabc-11df-9486-002264764cea/rnc.xsl
/var/adm/fillup-templates/sysconfig.openvas-manager
/var/lib/openvas
/var/lib/openvas/mgr
/var/lib/openvas/openvasmd
/var/lib/openvas/openvasmd/report_formats
/var/log/openvas
/var/log/openvas/openvasmd.log


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