Dradis v2.4.1 released!

Mainly minor changes and bug fixes:

  • server:
    • Plugin improvements

    • Upload plugins. Better progress feedback. Improved
      error condition checking.
    • Note drag'n'drop.
    • New handy Rake tasks:
      • dradis:reset: When you are done with your project,
        use this task to start over. It clears the database and removes the
        uploaded files.
      • dradis:backup: If you want to create a backup of
        your current project, this is the right task for it.
    • Bugs fixed: #2881746, #2888245, #2889402.
  • client:
    • Bugs fixed: #2888411.
 

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Hacker's guide to Dradis updated

The Hacker's guide to Dradis has been updated with additional information on how to use our Subversion repository.

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New server plugins

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Dradis 2.4 released!

Mainly minor changes and bug fixes:

  • server:
    • Plugin improvements
    • Upload plugins. Better progress feedback. Improved
      error condition checking.
    • Note drag'n'drop.
    • New handy Rake tasks:
      • dradis:reset: When you are done with your project,
        use this task to start over. It clears the database and removes the
        uploaded files.
      • dradis:backup: If you want to create a backup of
        your current project, this is the right task for it.

  • client:
    • Bugs fixed: #2848909.
 

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Import plugin tutorial

A new tutorial is available in the Information for
Developers
page: learn how to create your own
Import Plugin.


In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Dradis
import plugin to import into the framework's repository information held in
external systems.


The step-by-step guide shows how to create a plugin that queries the Open
Source Vulnerability Database
(OSVDB) to extract vulnerability information.

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Dradis Framework presented in DEFCON 17

After much anticipation, we presented our framework at DEFCON 17 in Las Vegas this year.



picture by @roncharette

The talk went fine, good attendance and really good feedback and ideas from
the attendees. Thanks for coming to see us!


The updated set of slides has already been sent to the organisers so they
can update the official site. In the mean time:


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Dradis 2.3 Released!

A new release full of DEFCON goodness:

  • server:
    • upload plugins. A new
      server plugin category: import into
      Dradis the contents of any file (nmap, nessus, etc.).
    • refactor the WordExport plugin:
      • create templates using Word only
      • convert any document into a Dradis template in < 10 minutes
      • read more about it the WordExport templates tutorial.
    • project management plugin update:
      • create project templates for future re-use (read methodologies)
      • export project in .zip format (DB + attachments)
      • import projects/templates
      • checkout / commit project revisions from and to the Meta-Server (stay tuned, soon to be released)
    • email connector: you can pipe emails into the
      framework and get your messages (and attachments) added into the
      repository
    • enhanced nodes tree: filtering and quick actions buttons
  • client:
    • new import extensions: Nessus and Qualys
 

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Dradis Framework will be presented at DEFCON 17

Oh yes! Dradis Framework is going to be in this year's DEFCON. Checkout the schedule and the talk summary.

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Dradis Framework in BackTrack 4

The Dradis Framework is now part of BackTrack 4. Checkout the Pre Release ISO.


Thanks to TheX1le, muts and the rest of the BT team for making this possible.

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Dradis 2.2 released!

A new release with some juicy features:

  • server:
    • add attachments to nodes
    • refresh buttons to the tree and the notes list
    • force webrick even if mongrel is installed (no SSL support in mongrel)
    • Rails runs in "production" mode
  • client:
    • Dradis can be used with wxRuby 2.0.0
    • better error handling for REST web service communication errors
    • easier REST credentials configuration in ./conf/dradis.xml

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Dradis 2.2 screencast

Dradis 2.2 flash demo available here.

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Dradis new logo

The project finally has a new logo:

dradis framework logo, inspired in Battlestar Gallactica icons

It is the work of Matthew Rex Downham and it is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license.

Ideas about the logo? Comments? Suggestions? Join the conversation at the community forums.

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Dradis v2.1.1 released!

We have a new release with many of the features showcased at
dc4420:

  • server:
    • import/export plugin architecture
    • import/export plugin generators
    • sample WordXML export plugin
    • sample WikiMedia import plugin
  • client:
    • import extention allows nmap output imports
    • import note from plain text file
    • more powerful add extension: add a note from the console

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Dradis community forums

Dradis community forums are open!

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Dradis presentation at dc4420

Dradis was presented at the Defcon
London
meeting yesterday. It was good fun and we had lots of valuable feedback.
dc4420 - Thanks for the invitation!

Here are the slides: Dradis -
Effective Information Sharing
.

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RSS feed

The RSS feed is alive!

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Dradis v2.0.1 released!

After three weeks, over 60 commits and nearly 1k downloads of Dradis 2.0 we have a new release:

  • Smart command line parsing: the console client accepts multi-word parameters using quote characters
  • The add extension brings back the ability to add nodes and categories from the console
  • Close bug 2572271: ruby 1.8.7 compatibility fix for wxWidgets interface
  • First security patch (and a new security reports page)
  • Minor bug fixes

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New documentation available

New documentation and how-to guides:

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Dradis v2.0 released!

After a pre-release in
DEFCON-16 Dradis 2.0 is out with some awesome new features:-

  • New web interface: demo.
  • More flexibility: the new tree structure makes Dradis useful for any type of testing.
  • Improved security: with SSL support and user authentication.
  • Better integration with other tools and systems through the new REST interface.

Read the full CHANGELOG.


 

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