Hello, when I look for a CVE I find it in openVas but once I look for it in NVT’s I can’t find it anymore do you know why?
Hi @QuentinSA, we’ll need more info. Here’s a template that’ll help us see what your setup is like:
gsad: (‘gsad --version’)
gvmd: (‘gvmd --version’)
openvas-scanner: (‘openvas --version’, in older GVM versions < 11: ‘openvassd --version’)
Kernel: (‘uname -a’)
Installation method / source:
My next question is- do you mean that what you are adding in the scan setup is not showing up in the report? Or do you mean something else?
No, I mean when I target a cve in the CVE tab I find it but looking for it in the NVT’s tab I can’t find it.
In CVE :
In NVT’s :
Ahh! Thank you for the screenshots. It could be a syncing issue so try refreshing the feed and trying again, then let us know. Thanks!
I tried to synchronize and update it doesn’t change anything, I may not have the right commands to update I use this:
sudo runuser -u _gvm – greenbone-nvt-sync
sudo runuser -u _gvm – greenbone-certdata-sync
sudo runuser -u _gvm – greenbone-scapdata-sync
service gvmd restart
And i dont see CVE i need in NVT’s
i need its exactly if you directly know which family is the correct one :
Clearpass CVE & NVT’s i need :
This is expected:
- The “CVEs” tab lists ALL existing CVEs which are available in the https://nvd.nist.gov database (at the time of the last feed sync) but it doesn’t mean that if a CVE is listed there a VT exists for it
- The “NVTs” tab lists all existing VTs in the current published / used feed
If you can’t find one or more specific CVE(s) by searching for it / them in the “NVTs” tab this means that no NVT / vulnerability test coverage exists.
Ok i understand @cfi , thanks for your answer