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Sussen is a tool that checks for vulnerabilities and configuration issues on computer systems. It is based on the Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language.

The Sussen project is comprised of four main components:

Interpreter - This library can analyze a system using OVAL definition files. It comes with documentation and a test suite. All the other components depend on it. This can also be used by application developers who wish to add this kind of functionality to their applications.

Applet - A GNOME-based applet for your desktop. Allows users to easily scan their systems for vulnerabilities.

Agent - A command line program for scanning a system

Editor - A GNOME-based program for creating/editing OVAL definitions and tests

The interpreter takes a set of OVAL definitions and starts to collect characteristics and configuration information about the target system. These are non-
Interface: Command Line, Graphical (Gtk)
Available deb Files
Distribution Version Architecture
Ubuntu Dapper 0.35-1 32-bit
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