jbirk at birksystems
Mar 16, 2009, 8:57 AM
Post #4 of 9
Also, if you're just doing one machine and not for anything
"official" (like a PCI DSS certification), you can just follow any one
of the ubiquitous "12 steps to PCI" documents all over the web and be
just fine. Unless you're in a pretty complex environment, the regular
feed will give you a very good idea of how broken your stuff is.
On Mar 16, 2009, at 10:07 AM, Ron Gula wrote:
> Hi Kalin,
> The Nessus scanner must be subscribed to the ProfessionalFeed. Once
> it is subscribed, it will download the PCI plugins.
> If you have subscribed to the Home Feed, the PCI plugins are not
> Ron Gula
> kalin m wrote:
>> hi all... i used to use nessus at my old job (currently
>> unemployed)... it was pretty cool.
>> now i had to get some license (?!?)
>> the thing is the email came with the 'license' and the following
>> explanation on how to use it:
>> To activate your account, open the program 'Nessus Server Manager'
>> located under /Applications/Nessus/ and enter your activation
>> code in the program.
>> after a while of trying to figure out how/where to "enter" the code
>> the program" - there is no prompt or anything, and no menu option - i
>> just found the bin under Library and did the command line activation.
>> passed that it took a while to get the new plugins. but still the
>> plugins from the demo video are not there.
>> there are some PCI audit pluggins i'd like to use. excuse me, test...
>> it's not 'over a network'... cause you know, now that is, and i
>> "strictly prohibited". like it's a felony or something to try to
>> out if your own machine is pci complient...
>> does anybody know where can i get those? i'd appreciate very much.
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