After a few months off, I decided to update my Kali laptop today and return to some ethical hacking shenanigans and also to see if the frustrating bug present in OpenVas 8 was still there (where you couldn’t specify a range as a target either in the GUI or Command Line).
After a few round of updates and clean up, I found that running:
did nothing, nor did
I double checked and tried to install OpenVAS and got a message saying:
Using GVM instead
And then another message saying GVM was already installed
It appears that along with their rebrand from OpenVAS to Greenbone Vulnerability Management (GVM), they have renamed a bunch of the executables for the application because when, on whim I tried running:
it triggered the setup previously run by the openvas-setup command:
I’m guessing all commands prepended with openvas- will now be gvm.
I’m sure plenty of others will figure it out but thought I’d post in case either:
a) I forget
b) Or discover more little nuances and need somewhere to store them!