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Published on August 31st, 2013 | by NJ Ouchn

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Dradis Professional Edition v1.8 released

Dradis is an open source framework to enable you to work efficiently by gathering information from different tools and presenting it in a variety of formats. We currently support:

  • Burp Scanner
  • Mediawiki
  • Nessus (v1, v2)
  • NeXpose
  • Nikto
  • Nmap
  • OpenVAS
  • OSVDB
  • Retina
  • SureCheck
  • VulnDB HQ
  • w3af
  • wXf
  • Zed Attack Proxy

Dradis is a self-contained web application that provides a centralised repository of information to keep track of what has been done so far, and what is still ahead. It’s the best way for teams to collaborate. [screenshots – demo]

One core, two editions

Community Edition

Dradis Framework Logo
  • Import output from Burp, Nessus, Nexpose, Nikto, Nmap, OpenVAS, OSVDB, Qualys, Retina, SureCheck, VulnDB, w3af, wXf and ZAP.
  • Easy report generation in Word and HTML
  • Included in BackTrack
  • Work on one project at a time

Professional Edition

Dradis Pro logo
  • Advanced reporting
  • Map external tool output to the format you need
  • Testing methodology support
  • Multiple teams working on multiple projects

If people in your organization are using Dradis on a day-to-day basis, probably you should check it out:

Changes:

  • Fine-grained project permissions (read more)
  • New Export Manager interface (see below)
  • Bugs fixed and enhancements:
    • Updated to Rails 3.2.14
    • Fix attachment preview scale in Firefox
    • Assign name to screenshot when using Ctrl+v to upload
    • Fix project import/export to work with Issues/Evidence
    • More reliable MediaWiki import (#17)
    • Give more room to every text editor window (#9)
    • Keep the alphabetical sort after errors in the issue list (#2)
    • Fix issues rendering problem in New Notes tab (#6)

Submitted by Daniel Martin (creator of Dradis)”,”daniel@securityroots.com”

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