max at militant
Aug 21, 2001, 10:35 AM
Post #2 of 2
If you use the NessusWX client for win32, you have a 'key management'
Re: Removing keys and passwords from WinNessus client
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option, where you can delete or import keys.
The NessusWX client is downloadable from
http://www.securityprojects.org/nessuswx/index.htm#download, and is working
great for me. You can define sessions and run them at any time, and view
reports for a specific test you have saved, with specific options.
Max (MustConsultSomeoneElse too, lol)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Shawn Cannon" <SHAWN [at] SAFESYSTEMS>
To: <nessus [at] list>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 3:55 PM
Subject: Removing keys and passwords from WinNessus client
I ran WinNessus from my PC that pointed to a specific Linux box with
Nessus running on it. We have since installed Nessus on a different
Linux server. Apparently, my password on the WinNessus client must be
cached or saved somewhere. How do I reset my WinNessus client so that I
can basically start from scratch. Any help would be greatly
Shawn Cannon, CCNA, MCSE
AVP Systems Engineering
Safe Systems, Inc.