Dradis Framework Essentials

Learn how to use the Dradis Framework with this video series covering projects, findings, integrations, collaboration, and delivering the results of security assessments.

Projects

Organize and manage security assessment projects using the Dradis Framework

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1. Project Overview

Learn how to use the Dradis Framework to manage security assessment Projects.

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2. Parts of a Dradis Project

The parts that make up a Dradis Project.

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3. Dradis Project Properties

Explore the properties of a Dradis Project and how to use them on your security engagement.

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4. Collaborating in Projects

Collaborate with the entire testing team without leaving Dradis.

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5. Project Structure

Structure your Dradis Projects for the different types of security engagements.

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6. Creating a Dradis Project

Create Dradis Projects manually, with templates, or kits.

Findings

Work with the findings from your pentest, vulnerability assessment, or other security test in Dradis.

Findings Overview

1. Findings Overview

Work with the findings of any security assessments in a Dradis project

Adding and Ingesting Findings

2. Adding and Ingesting Findings

Ingest the output from 20+ security tools like Burp, Nessus, Qualys, NMap into Dradis or manually add your findings.

Create Dradis Issues from Findings

3. Create Dradis Issues from Findings

Create Dradis Issues using the findings from your security test or assessment.

Adding Evidence to Issues

4. Adding Evidence to Issues

Add the evidence to a Dradis Issue to deliver a comprehensive security assessment report.

Attachments in Dradis

5. Attachments in Dradis

How to use attachments and include screenshots in a Dradis project

Tagging Issues in Dradis

6. Tagging Issues in Dradis

Use tags to visually identify severity, create charts, and to organize your security assessment report.

More Ways to Use Findings

7. More Ways to Use Findings

Findings can be included in several locations in Dradis in addition to issues and evidence.

Integrations

Use your favorite scanning security tools, applications, and services like Burp, NMap, Qualys, and others with the Dradis Framework

Dradis Integrations Overview

1. Dradis Integrations Overview

Use your favorite scanning security tools, applications, and services with Dradis Framework.

Burp Suite Integration

2. Burp Suite Integration

Learn how to upload findings from Burp Suite into Dradis to include in your security report.

Dradis Plugin Manager

3. Dradis Plugin Manager

Get all of your integrations to speak the same language using the Dradis Plugin Manager.

Dradis Rules Engine

4. Dradis Rules Engine

Dradis' rules engine is a powerful tool that can help you organize the output from all of your favorite scanning tools.

Validating Integration Input

5. Validating Integration Input

Validate your scan data input upon bringing into Dradis to make sure that it will output as intended in your final report.

Nessus Integration

6. Nessus Integration

Populate your security report with your Nessus findings.

Nmap Integration

7. Nmap Integration

Bring the output of your Nmap scan into Dradis and automagically populate your report with your findings.

Dradis Command Line Interface

8. Dradis Command Line Interface

Upload large scan output to Dradis through the command line interface.

Collaboration

Dradis Framework makes it simple to work with your team during any security engagement to deliver consistent high-quality security results every time.

Collaboration Overview

1. Collaboration Overview

Dradis makes it simple to work together with your team during any security engagement.

Recent Activity Feed in Dradis

2. Recent Activity Feed in Dradis

Keep track of the changes made in a Dradis project.

Comments, Subscriptions, & Notifications

3. Comments, Subscriptions, & Notifications

Use comments, notifications, and subscriptions for feedback and collaboration without leaving Dradis.

Issue Library

4. Issue Library

Manage and reuse your well-written vulnerability descriptions in the Issue library in Dradis.

Methodologies

5. Methodologies

Explore project and node methodologies like PTES, OWASP,OSCP, and others in Dradis Pro.

Results

Combine findings from your favorite security tools into a customized report with informative results.

Results Overview

1. Results Overview

Automagically turn your security assessment findings into a deliverable report of informative results with Dradis.

Components of Dradis Results

2. Components of Dradis Results

Learn how the components of the Dradis reporting engine come together to create the finished results of your security assessment.

Types of Result Formats in Dradis

3. Types of Result Formats in Dradis

Dradis can generate the results of your Project in several formats including Word, Excel, HTML, and CSV.

Creating Word Report Templates

4. Creating Word Report Templates

Generating a customized Word security report starts with creating a Word report template to use in Dradis.

Validating a Dradis Project

5. Validating a Dradis Project

Head off pesky errors in your final report by validating your Project before you export it.

Generating a Report from Dradis

6. Generating a Report from Dradis

Learn how to quickly generate a security report using Dradis.

Troubleshooting Results from Dradis

7. Troubleshooting Results from Dradis

Weird Word error? Missing data? Watch this video to learn how to troubleshoot the results of your Dradis Project.

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