Thank you for your time to check my question and answer.
I am using the OpenVAS community edition version 22.4.
I am trying to automate the process by leveraging gvm-cli tool.
When I am trying to get the version I got the following error: $ gvm-cli socket --xml "<get_version/>"
ERROR:gvmtools.cli:Socket /run/gvmd/gvmd.sock it does not exist
I have searched my Ubuntu machine to find where the file gvmd.sock is, but seems does not exist on my system.
Do you have any idea? Maybe this is because I am using the community edition.
Maybe for my case is better to use gvm-script?
I have my own custom tool that is storing IP addresses on a DB. So now, I want to loop through all the IP addresses that are already in my DB and execute OpenVAS scans for each IP. Finally, I would like to collect all the OenVAS results (for all IP addresses) and import them directly to my DB.
Not sure if there are limitations to using the community edition.