VScan – Open Source Vulnerability Management System

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VScan is an open source Vulnerability Management System designed to make it easier for an organization to track vulnerability resolution and ensure anything found in their infrastructure is fixed.

VScan was created as after a vulnerability assessment it can sometimes be difficult to track the implementation of a security improvement program, so this tool can help you measure your progress and simplify the process of fixing any problems found.

VScan - Open Source Vulnerability Management System

Basically what you want to know is, how many vulnerabilities did we have before? And how many do we have now?

So that’s where VScan comes in, basically it’s a web front end for Nessus (or whatever else you want to plug in on the back end) and gives you scanning capabilities to online commercial scanners like Acunetix Online Vulnerability Scanner, with the ability to omit (false positives) or recheck issues after they’ve been fixed.

You can download VScan here:

VScan-BH_Arsenal.tar.gz

Or read more here.

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One Response to VScan – Open Source Vulnerability Management System

  1. Sandeep February 25, 2015 at 7:45 pm #

    Nice tool. Appears that it has a bright future…