[Dradis Pro v1.7] Framework to enable effective information sharing

Dradis Pro is framework to enable effective information sharing, specially during security assessments.
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.

Changelog v1.7

This is the result of eight months of hard work, a bit longer than usual, but the release is packed with lots of handy improvements.
Here are some changes:
  • New Issue/Evidence architecture: read about why this is a big deal.
  • New all-in-one view (more below).
  • New “by host” and “by issue” reporting (more below).
  • New default project / report template: to make it easy for you to build on top of it.
  • New interface to import Issues from external sources.
  • New Qualys upload plugin.
  • Updated plugins
    • Burp upload
      • Generates Issue/Evidence
      • Is orders of magnitude faster.
      • Integrates with the Plugin Manager.
    • MediaWiki import is now compatible with versions 1.14 -> 1.21
    • Nessus upload generates Issue/Evidence
    • Nexpose upload generates Issue/Evidence
  • Updates and internal improvements:
    • Updated to Rails 3.2.13
    • Improved code block and table styling
Full Changelog: here

Merge the output from different tools into a single report.
  • Burp Suite
  • Nessus
  • NeXpose
  • Nikto
  • Nmap
  • OpenVAS
  • Qualys
  • Retina
  • SureCheck
  • VulnDB
  • w3af
  • MediaWiki
  • wXf
  • Zed Attack Proxy
Deliver consistent results.
  • Never forget any steps.
  • Follow your own testing methodology.
  • Create your own testing methodologies and improve them after every engagement.
  • Consistent results across projects and clients. Every time.
Everyone on the same page.
  • Work together towards a common goal.
  • All the information about the project in a single location where it’s easy to find.
More Information: here
[Dradis Pro v1.7] Framework to enable effective information sharing [Dradis Pro v1.7] Framework to enable effective information sharing Reviewed by Zion3R on 11:14 PM Rating: 5