I am trying to build an OpenVAS environment in an environment where I cannot connect to the Internet.
I want to update the definition file once every six months.
What should I do to execute the following commands in an environment where I cannot connect to the Internet?
Moving into the correct category and closing as a duplicate of various other existing topics:
I have server where I have this new OpenVAS/GSA 8.0 Beta that does not have internet connection, only some level connection thru proxy
then I have laptop that I have virtual box and in that virtual box I have centos + same GSA 8.0 beta
from server I cannot update scapdata,centdata at all tried all --wget,rsync and curl
on virtual box I can update those easily
I can use (s)ftp to connect from my laptop to server so I can upload files.
is it possible to update GSA in virtual box, then copy ce…
I’m working with a server that I don’t want to connect it to Internet because of it’s importance. How can I update openvas from connecting to another local server?
I bet this question have to have been asked here before but searching did not yield any usable result. Apologies if it is a duplicate.
I am using OpenVAS and Greenbone GUI to scan servers in an offline environment so I have installed OpenVAS using a private repo for Debian/Kali.
Problem is that I can’t import the community feed with all the nasl-files. I have put them in /var/lib/openvas/plugins and also ./private in that directory, to no avail. There is no maintenance me…
I’m a currently building an custom Kali Linux Live ISO which contains openvas package. I must not use an internet connection on the machine using the built ISO so I can’t update the NVT using openvas-setup.
Is there a way to do so offline or by downloading the database on another machine, put it on a USB key and manually update ? (I’m also using ClamAV which allows to update by downloading the database online for example)