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Manual Reference Pages  -  GSAD (8)

NAME

gsad - Greenbone Security Assistant for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System (OpenVAS)

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Examples
See Also
More Information About The Openvas Project
Copyright

SYNOPSIS

gsad OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION

Together, OpenVAS Scanner (openvassd(8)) and OpenVAS Manager (openvasmd(8)) provide the core functionality of the Open Vulnerability Assessment System (OpenVAS), with OpenVAS Scanner handling the actual scan process and OpenVAS Manager adding various management functionalities to handle and organise scan results.

The Greenbone Security Assistant Daemon (gsad) is a web application that connects to the OpenVAS Manager to provide for a full-featured user interface for vulnerability management.

OPTIONS

-f, --foreground
  Run in foreground.
--http-only
  Serve HTTP only, without SSL.
--listen=ADDRESS
  Listen on ADDRESS.
--mlisten=ADDRESS
  Manager address.
-p, --port=PORT
  Listen on port number PORT.
-m, --mport=PORT
  Use manager port number PORT.
-r, --rport=PORT
  Redirect HTTP from port number PORT.
--no-redirect
  Don’t redirect HTTP to HTTPS.
-R, --redirect
  Redirect HTTP to HTTPS. This is default behaviour.
-k, --ssl-private-key=FILE
  Use FILE as the private key for HTTPS
-c, --ssl-certificate=FILE
  Use FILE as the certificate for HTTPS
--do-chroot
  Do chroot and drop privileges.
--gnutls-priorities=PRIORITIES
  GnuTLS priorities string.
--dh-params=FILE
  Diffie-Hellman parameters file for PFS support. Functional only with Libmicrohttpd 0.9.35 and higher.
-v, --verbose
  Print progress messages.
-V, --version
  Print version.
--http-frame-opts=FRAME-OPTS
  X-Frame-Options HTTP header. Defaults to "SAMEORIGIN".
--http-csp=CSP
  Content-Security-Policy HTTP header. Defaults to "default-src ’self’ ’unsafe-inline’; img-src ’self’ blob:; frame-ancestors ’self’" --http-frame-opts=FRAME-OPTS X-Frame-Options HTTP header. Defaults to ""
--http-csp=CSP
  Content-Security-Policy HTTP header. Defaults to "default-src ’self’ ’unsafe-inline’; img-src ’self’ blob:; frame-ancestors *"
-?, --help
  Show help.

EXAMPLES

gsad

Start gsad with the default port configuration and listen on port 443 for HTTPS requests.

SEE ALSO

openvassd(8), Bopenvasad(8), omp(8), openvasmd(8), gsd(8)

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPENVAS PROJECT

The canonical places where you will find more information about the OpenVAS project are: http://www.openvas.org/ (Official site) http://wald.intevation.org/projects/openvas/ (Development Platform)

COPYRIGHT

The Greenbone Security Assistant is released under the GNU GPL, version 2, or, at your option, any later version.
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