The main goal of this application is to lower the initial barrier of using SCAP. Therefore, the scope of very narrow - scap-workbench only scans a single machine and only with XCCDF/SDS (no direct OVAL evaluation). The assumption is that this is enough for users who want to scan a few machines and users with huge amount of machines to scan will just use scap-workbench to test or hand-tune their content before deploying it with more advanced (and harder to use) tools like spacewalk.
- XCCDF 1.1 and 1.2 support
- Source Data Stream 1.2 support
- XCCDF 1.2 Tailoring file support
- Evaluation of local machine
- Evaluation of remote machine (using ssh)
- Limited tailoring support - selection and unselection
- Saving results as XCCDF 1.1 or 1.2 (depending on input) or ARF 1.1
- qtwebkit (optional)
- polkit and pkexec (optional, required for privileged local scanning)
- openscap 1.0.5+
Current stable release: 0.8.8
- released: March 26th, 2014
- sha1sum: b214cf5d85dd6ee8249404ae926c76988ac547dd
scap-workbench ships with Fedora 20, 19 and 18
# yum install scap-workbench
Please see User Manual for more introductory information about this application.
The patches, bug reports and feature requests are welcomed.
- git://git.fedorahosted.org/git/scap-workbench.git (web interface: http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/scap-workbench.git)
- Martin Preisler <mpreisle@…>
- Jan Lieskovsky <jlieskov@…>