This category is about discussing any issue with building, installing and running the Greenbone Community Edition. Please always indicate version/origin of the sources and name the platform on which you run it.
The Greenbone Community Edition covers the actual source code of the Greenbone OpenVAS stack. Its sources are adopted by third parties, for example Linux distributions like Kali, Alpine, and more. Take a look at our Community Documentation for some more background.
The Greenbone Community Edition is available as regularly updated source code release archives confirmed to work and as source code checkouts directly from the source code management (SCM) system. The latter is not recommended for production scenarios as the code is being worked on on a daily basis and might reveal issues and incomplete features.
The Greenbone Community Edition is adopted by several third parties. We call the open and non-commercial ones “3rd-party integrations”. We call the solution-oriented and commercial ones “uncoordinated integrations” because there is no explicit contractual arrangement and especially no service level agreement with Greenbone. All of the adoptions can use the Greenbone Community Feed, but none can use the Greenbone Enterprise Feed (see Feed Services).
Source Code Releases:
- Greenbone Community Edition 22.4 (stable)
- GVM 21.4 (old stable)
- GVM 20.8 (end-of-life)
- GVM 11 (end-of-life)
- GVM 10 (end-of-life)
- OpenVAS 9 (end-of-life)
Source Code Repositories can be found at:
Source Code Statistics: https://www.openhub.net/p/greenbone-gvm