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Manual Reference Pages  -  OMP (8)

NAME

omp - OMP command line client for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System (OpenVAS)

CONTENTS

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

SYNOPSIS

omp 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 omp binary is a command line client which uses the OMP protocol to connect to the OpenVAS Manager and makes it easy to access the full functionality provided by the OpenVAS Manager conveniently from the command line and allows quick integration in a scripted environment.

OPTIONS

-h, --host=HOST
  Connect to OpenVAS Manager on host HOST.
-p, --port=PORT
  Connect to OpenVAS Manager on port PORT.
-u, --username=USER
  Use the username USER to access the OpenVAS Manager.
-w, --password=PASSWORD
  Use the password PASSWORD to access the OpenVAS Manager. If the password is not set as parameter, it will be requested interactively.
--config-file=FILE
  Use the information provided in FILE as parameters for the connection to the OpenVAS Manager.
--send-file=FILE
  Replace SENDFILE in xml string to send with base64 encoded content of FILE. Only the first occurence is replaced.
-P, --prompt
  Prompt to exit.
-O, --get-omp-version
  Display the OMP version used by OpenVAS Manager.
-C, --create-task
  Create a task.
-n, --name=NAME
  Use NAME as the name for the newly created task.
-c, --comment=COMMENT
  Use COMMENT as the comment for the newly created task.
-t, --target=TARGET
  Use TARGET as the target for the newly created task.
--file Add text in stdin as file on task..
-E, --delete-report
  Delete one or more reports.
-D, --delete-task
  Delete one or more tasks.
-R, --get-report
  Get report of one task.
-F, --get-report-formats
  Get report formats (OMP 2.0 only).
-f, --format=FORMAT
  Get report in format FORMAT.
-G, --get-tasks
  Get status of one, many or all tasks.
-g, --get-configs
  Get configs.
-T, --get-targets
  Get targets.
-M, --modify-task
  Modify a task.
-S, --start-task
  Start one or more tasks.
-X, --xml=COMMAND
  Send COMMAND as XML to the OpenVAS Manager (e.g. "<help/>", "<get_version/>").
-i, --pretty-print
  In combination with -X, pretty print the response.
-v, --version
  Print version.
-?, --help
  Show help.

EXAMPLES

omp --username foobar --get-tasks

Connect to the OpenVAS Manager as user foobar and get the list of tasks.

SEE ALSO

openvassd(8) openvasad(8) gsad(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 omp command line client is released under the GNU GPL, version 2, or, at your option, any later version.
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