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05 January 2016 | 2,934 views

Dradis – Reporting Platform For IT Security Professionals

Dradis is an open source reporting platform for IT Security, tailored towards the types of information that need to be shared amongst an information security team during a professional engagement. It provides a centralized repository of information using a web interfaced based client/server architecture. It also supports 15+ different tools including Burp, Nessus, Nmap, Qualys […]

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27 June 2014 | 3,220 views

Dradis v2.9 – Information Sharing For Security Assessments

Dradis is an open source framework to enable effective information sharing, specially during security assessments. It’s a tool specifically to help in the process of penetration testing. Penetration testing is about information: Information discovery Exploit useful information Report the findings But penetration testing is also about sharing the information you and your teammates gather. Not […]

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03 February 2009 | 7,012 views

dradis v2.0 Released – Open Source Security Reporting Tool

This is more of a tool for the information security professional amongst us, those working in a team carrying out web application audits, penetration tests and vulnerability assessments. It’s useful for a team to use a tool like dradis so everyone is on the same page and the progress and segregation of responsibility can easily […]

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