I love "brew" package manager, but sometimes being too progressive breaks things. I have several python apps that I maintain that get deployed to AWS using Elastic Beanstalk. AWS eb can deploy with python 2.7 or 3.4. Any recent 'brew install python3" will get 3.5.1. #annoying
I recently got a new Macbook Air 11" (the 2012 version) and loaded it with goodies like 8GB ram and 2GHz Core i7. What I DIDN'T upgrade was the internal SSD. My config came with 128GB SSD and I refused to pay $300+ to upgrade it to 256GB. Yeah I know, some call me cheap, but SSds cost $75-$150 for 240GB, so adding another 128GB for $300 seemed way too steep for me. I figured "ok, I'm going to make 128G work!"
The Open Vulnerability Assessment System (OpenVAS) is a framework of several services and tools offering a comprehensive and powerful vulnerability scanning and vulnerability management solution. (Taken from the OpenVAS website, which is at http://www.openvas.org/ )
This blog entry will introduce OpenVAS version 3.1, walk through installation on CentOS and is intended as a "getting started" guide. I'll also do a guide for installing on Ubuntu later.