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New in Dradis Pro v3.7

Dradis Framework is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you deliver the results of security assessments, in a fraction of the time without the time-wasting frustration of creating reports manually.

Formatting Toolbar

Formatting text is even easier now with the editor toolbar. The toolbar makes it simple to enter and format text in an issue, evidence, notes, comments, and methodologies without needing to use Textile markup. The live preview updates with your formatting changes as you work.

Form Editor

Manually create issues and evidence using the form view, rather than using Textile field names and details. Name the form field and add in details for each item and the live preview updates as you work on the side.

If your project has a predefined template, using that template will create those form fields ready to populate.

Prefer to work with Textile? The source view is still available so you have the best of both worlds.

Dots Menu

In order to make the most of the available screen space, some item options – including edit, delete, and subscribe – have been moved to a single “dots” menu. The dots menu is located to the top right of the item and includes the actions available for that item.

Methodology Improvements

Cards in methodologies no longer require a due date. This is helpful for cards that are templates or hold information that doesn’t need to be locked to a specific date.

If a card has moved from one list to another, the original card link will redirect you to the card at its current location. Previously the link to the card would be broken, leaving you to hunt around until you found it (or didn’t and gave up looking).

Making it easier to find the board you are looking for, you can click on a methodology in the project dashboard or the board name in the activity feed to go to that board.

Release Notes

  • Add author to evidence and notes views
  • Add dynamic columns, sorting and filtering to Projects list
  • Add team name link to project navbar
  • Adjust Uploads layout to provide more visibility to the output console
  • Allow renaming and deleting boards through their dots menu
  • Avoid browser pre-populating password fields when editing users
  • Card improvements:
    • Not require a mandatory due date
    • Redirect to new url if the card has changed lists
    • Show board name and link in the Activity Feed
  • Card, Evidence, Issue, and Note form data will not be lost even if the form is not saved
    • Clear the form when the “Cancel” link is clicked
    • Remove prompt to restore data and instead persist and restore any changes seamlessly
  • Comments
    • Add Textile markup
    • Not lose changes even if the comment is not saved
    • Update comments feed to show author’s name instead of email
  • Display note and evidence titles in breadcrumbs
  • Display the Dots-menu in all views
  • Editor improvements:
    • Formatting toolbar to help with markup
    • New form-view to edit each field individually
    • Side-by-side editor preview that auto-updates
  • Generate consistent URLs in emails
  • Increase the size of output console
  • Let Admins be added or removed after a project is created
  • Link to Methodology from project summary chart
  • Move resource action links to dots-menu in breadcrumbs
  • Persist the state of the navigation sidebar in projects while navigating across different views
  • Remove tag color from issue titles in issue summary
  • Update code element style
  • Use shared noscript partial
  • Use user model reference for activities instead of user email
  • Upgraded gems: puma, rack, rails, sass-rails
  • Bugs fixed:
    • Allow Authors to set project permissions on project creation again
    • Fix Board partial broken structure
    • Fix ItemsTable extra whitespace causing unnecessary vertical scrolling
    • Fix Long items_table dropdown menus not scrollable
    • Fix Long project names interfering with search bar expansion
    • Fix breadcrumbs in cards under node boards
    • Fix textile preview not showing on issues with very long text
    • Prevent repetitive prompt when images are pasted after navigating multiple views.
    • Prevent report ‘Download’ button becoming a disabled ‘Processing…’ button once clicked
    • Render Textile preview of issues with very long text
    • Render avatars in the activity feed
    • Set :author when creating Evidence from an Issue
    • Show active state of Sidebar items properly
    • Bug tracker items: #560, #634
  • Integration enhancements:
    • Issue Library: sortable columns
    • Nexpose: better cipher wrapping coverage
    • Nikto: support new nested format
  • Reporting enhancements:
    • Custom Properties are now updated on document open
    • HTML reports now use main app’s markup rendering
  • Security Fixes:
    • Medium: Authenticated persistent comments cross-site scripting
    • Low: Authenticated (admin) persistent methodology template cross-site scripting

Not using Dradis Pro on your team?

New in Dradis Pro v3.6

Dradis Framework is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you deliver the results of security assessments, in a fraction of the time without the time-wasting frustration of creating reports manually.

Hello, good looking.

screen showing the project summary in Dradis Tylium theme
Tylium is included with Dradis Pro v3.6 and CE 3.16

We’ve introduced a new project theme for Dradis. Tylium* is more than sprucing up the design with sleek lines and modern styles. It incorporates thoughtful details to improve your workflow and provides us greater flexibility to address your UI feedback moving forward.

This is a big visual change, but you won’t have to hunt for the Dradis items you rely on since they haven’t gone too far from the previous theme, Snowcrash. We’ve minimized the impact on your day-to-day use of Dradis by keeping the feel and flow of the app familiar. 

A comparison of two different project summary themes
Snowcrash vs Tylium

Tylium optimizes your workspace, keeping the purpose of each view in mind. It adds space where you need more real estate for updating findings and resizes or rearranges elements when you need to see the big picture. An example of this can be seen with the collapsible sidebar that adds roughly 20% more space and keeps all sections of the app quickly accessible, even adding a dashboard link to the project summary.

animation showing a navigation bar collapsing.
Now you see it, now you don’t!

As always, we’re eager to hear what you think. If you have feedback on Tylium drop a comment here, send it via email, or share it in Slack.

*It is SOP at Security Roots that we honor our nerdoms where we can. Snowcrash, the previous theme, is a nod to Neal Stephenson’s cyberpunk novel of the same name. Our love of Battlestar Galactica continues on with the new theme, paying homage to the powerful fuel source used in the series – Tylium.

Report Generation Errors

Everyone knows that validating your report before generating it will save you a headache tracking down problems with the report later. Now, the validator is more helpful by providing additional context to help locate the problematic evidence. While we are preventing headaches if your report has errors that are detected during generation the option to download it won’t be displayed.

Oooh, there’s the problem!

Release Notes

  • Update app to new Tylium layout
  • Add the ability for kits to update an instance’s Plugin Manager templates
  • Add revision history for cards
  • Bugs fixed:
    • Updated support beacon. Legacy support was dropped for older versions
    • Fix errors on content overwrite flash messages
    • Fail and redirect to login instead of raising an error when attempting to log in as a user that has been removed
    • When a report export is invalid and errors we disable the download button to prevent further errors
    • Fix the mail initializer not finding existing configuration settings from the db
    • Fix Cancel link path for the Note Edit page
    • Fix services_extras not being excluded from Excel exports
    • Fix Rule checking for non-existent fields
  • Integration enhancements:
    • CVSSv3 calculator provides access to all Temporal/Environmental fields
  • Reporting enhancements:
    • Add support for ellipsis
    • Better Evidence references on failed validations
  • REST/JSON API enhancements:
    • Add team (team id, team name, team_since) in the teams API endpoint
  • Security Fixes:
    • High: Authenticated author can no longer continue to make project changes and will be logged out after being disabled by an admin
    • Medium: Prevent admins from updating other user’s comments

New Dradis Integration: WPScan

WPScan logo

When the WPScan team approached us in late 2019 offering to create an integration for Dradis, we were excited to work together. What goes together better than a WordPress security scanning tool and an easy way to turn those findings into a customized report? Maybe chocolate and peanut butter, but the Dradis WPScan integration is much more likely to result in a more secure website.

A screenshot of Dradis showing Issues created by the WPScan integration
Time to update WordPress 😬

WordPress powers 35% of the Internet’s websites from hobby blogs to Fortune 50 companies. WordPress’ ease of use, well-established community, and extensive plugins offerings (55,457 as of this post) make it an attractive option for creating a presence online. Unfortunately, these same charms also make WordPress an easy and frequent target for attack. 

In 2011, while investigating his own blog’s security, Ryan Dewhurst created a script that combined testing for WordPress’ vulnerabilities into a single tool. This script, now WPScan, enumerates usernames, plugins, and themes, performs brute force password attacks, and identifies the version of WordPress on a target. 

WPScan contributors went on to create WPVulnDB to manage the ever-growing list of known WordPress vulnerabilities in an online database. When used together, WPScan and WPVulnDB API provide realtime detailed vulnerabilities and recommendations in your scan results.

This new Dradis WPScan integration makes it a snap for you to import the results of your WPScan directly to a Dradis Project. Each target maps to a node within your Dradis project, any vulnerabilities found in a plugin, theme, or setup become Dradis issues, and when evidence is available – like a list of enumerated usernames – it is pulled into Dradis as evidence.

Ready to get started with Dradis and WPScan?

The steps to add the Dradis WPScan integration to Dradis CE or Dradis Pro are similar for both editions.

  • Add or edit the Gemfile.plugins file. The file locations for each edition is listed below
    • Dradis CE: top-level Dradis CE directory
    • Dradis Pro: /opt/dradispro/dradispro/shared/addons/
      • This file should be symlinked to /opt/dradispro/dradispro/current/
  • Append gem 'dradis-wpscan', github: 'dradis/dradis-wpscan' to the file
  • Save Gemfile.plugins
  • $ bundle install
  • Restart Dradis
  • 🎉 All done!

If you run into any snags with the process, reach out on the community forums, the CE or Pro Slack workspaces, or directly to support.

TL/dr: Import WPScan findings into Dradis with the new Dradis WPScan integration

Dradis version 3.5

New in Dradis Pro v3.5

This post references an older release of Dradis Pro. You can find the most current version here:

Email Notifications

Now you can have your notifications emailed to you when you aren’t working in a Dradis project. Each user can adjust their notification settings to receive them individually as they happen, in a daily digest, or not at all. Get started using email notifications by configuring the mail server on your Dradis Pro instance.

A few @mention enhancements are in this release, including loading an @mentioned user’s profile photo or gravatar so you quickly spot who is in the conversation.

Burp Suite Issue severity

The way that Burp Suite handles severity is different than other integrations. Burp assigns severity to each instance of an issue as evidence and doesn’t assign severity to the issue directly. As a result, this was leading to several pieces of evidence with different severity levels for an issue with no assigned severity in Dradis. Now, Dradis will assign the issue severity using the highest evidence severity level.

Table Sorting

Finding the information you are looking for in a long table is easier with table sorting. Tables in Dradis can be sorted by any column. Click on the column heading of your choice and presto, change-o the table is sorted.

animation of a table of security findings sorting by column heading

Release Notes

  • Email notifications
  • Add notification settings to decide how often to get email notifications
  • Add a smtp.yml config file to handle the SMTP configuration
  • Preserve SMTP configuration on updates
  • Various mention related improvements:
    • Enhance the mentions box in comments to close when it is open and the page is scrolled.
    • Fix bug that prevents the mentions dialog from appearing after navigating through the app.
    • Fix elongated avatar images so they are round once again.
    • Added avatar images to mentions in comments.
    • Load Gravatars for users whose email has been set up with gravatar.
  • Add and update methodology download links to Dradis Portal
  • Enhancement when adding new nodes to copy node label data between the single and multiple node forms.
  • All tables can be sorted by column
  • Bugs fixed:
    • Fix handling of pipe character in node property tables
    • Fix projects count not updating in teams view
    • Fix error on team page when showing primary team
    • Fix overflow issue where the content would expand out of view
    • Fix page jump when issues list is collapsed
    • Fix conflicting version message when updating records with ajax
    • Fix hamburger dropdown menu functionality.
    • Fix node merging bug when `services_extras` properties are present
    • Fix cross-project info rendering
    • Prevent content block group names to be whitespaces only
    • Fix displaying of content blocks with no block groups
    • Limit project name length when viewing a project
    • Removed bullet style in node modals
    • Validate parent node project
  • Integration enhancements:
    • Burp: Make `issue.severity` available at the Issue level
    • Nessus: Fixed bullet points formatting to handle internal text column widths
    • Nexpose: Wrap ciphers in code blocks
    • Netsparker: Fix link parsing of issue.external_references
    • Jira: Loading custom (required) fields from JIRA by IssueType and Project
  • REST/JSON API enhancements:
    • Fix disappearing owner when assigning authors to a Project using the API
    • Set the “by” attribute for item revisions when using the API
  • Security Fixes:
    • Medium: Authenticated author mentioning an existing user outside of the project will subscribe that user to the note/issue/evidence
    • High: Authenticated author was able to access unauthorized projects using the API
    • Upgraded gems: nokogiri (CVE-2019-13117)
Badges from security summer camp

Hacker Summer Camp 2019

Another Hacker Summer Camp is in the books. As always, there was a lot to see and do – more than any single human could hope to fit into a month, much less a week. Even so, I made it to Black Hat Tools Arsenal, BSides Las Vegas, DEF CON, and volunteered for the Diana Initiative. After a year and a half of working on the Security Roots team, I met Daniel in person and we promptly started talking shop in the middle of a Mandalay Bay hallway. I took a few hours to celebrate a milestone with a fantastic dinner and show. All of that in six days and though it was exhausting, I can’t wait to return.

Daniel and Tabatha snuck into this photo late. Photo credit to the Black Hat Tools Arsenal team.

My introduction to the hacker community was at BSides Orlando a few years back. Initially, I admit that was a bit intimidated to attend a hacker conference. Portrayed in the media as egotistical superbrains or criminals hiding beneath black hoodies ready to drain your bank account, hackers aren’t presented as a welcoming bunch. While those elements exist, what I found there and continue to experience was a group of people eager to share their knowledge and answer my constant questions. The energy and collaborative spirit of the community had me hooked. I was hungry to learn more and later that same year, I volunteered at BSides Las Vegas.

BSides Las Vegas

This year I returned to BSides Las Vegas as a volunteer with the Diana Initiative. Thanks to the generosity of BSides we had an early check-in table for Diana attendees. Much of my day I spent sharing details on the Diana Initiative from how it began, where to find tickets, to how to get involved. The overwhelmingly positive feedback was supportive of the need to increase diversity in information security. I didn’t much chance to check out the talks but there are a few on my list to watch.

Black Hat Tools Arsenal

Daniel presenting at Black Hat Tools Arsenal 2019

Black Hat is the corporate side of the whole week and had a slightly different energy. I joined Daniel for the Dradis presentation at the Tools Arsenal. In my mind, I would show up in my Dradis shirt, hand out a few stickers, and take pictures of Daniel showcasing Dradis CE. Once there, I embraced the opportunity to chat with customers and talk with people about Dradis. I found myself repeating, “If it has been a while, give Dradis CE another look – so much has changed.” 

DEF CON 27

Welcome to DEF CON 27

It can be challenging to make connections at a conference this size. Unlike other large events I’ve attended, smaller distinct groups within the con space allow you to focus your attention and find like-minded folks. No matter your interest, there is a group. There are villages, workshops, talks, meetups, parties, and one of my favorite spaces – hallcon. Finding someone to talk to is pretty easy since #badgelife has most attendees wearing roughly a pound of gear on a lanyard around Las Vegas. This year’s DEF CON badge game worked particularly well to strike up hallway conversations while asking to “boop” someone’s badge.

Tabatha’s badges. A small amount compared to some.

Our staff pirate Christoffer’s post piqued my interest in maritime security, so I made it a point to stop by the inaugural Hack the Sea village. There was a good bit of discussion about the security of our seas even in casual conversation outside of the village, ranging from ICS to the antiquated technologies observed or used onboard. I visited the IoT village long enough to swear off of my existing IoT devices (but not really). While I was there, I cheered on friends that were competing in the IoT CTF.

The evenings held additional opportunities to connect with other attendees, just as varied as the talk and villages. Who doesn’t love a blanket fort? Blanketfortcon has you covered (see what I did there?) with an adult size blanket fort and bounce pad. Hacker Jeopardy is always hilarious, but I laughed the hardest during “Whose Slide Is It Anyways” watching contestants present using a slide deck they had never seen. Parties ranged from bass-thumping events going long into the early morning to more subdued gatherings with board games and great conversation.

Diana Initiative

If I am up at 6 am in Las Vegas, it is for one of two reasons; I am still up from the night before or I am volunteering somewhere. These days it is 100% the latter option, and I was excited to join the Diana Initiate staff to run registration. It turns out I particularly enjoy running registration and check-in, which I can only attribute this to having a generally sunny disposition and a love of spreadsheets. After months of hard work with the rest of the team, it was a gift to greet attendees, speakers, and sponsors and to witness their excitement for the days ahead.

Lodrina Cherne and Tabatha with MaliciousLife swag for Diana Initiative. Photo credit Lodrina Cherne

Diana Initiative has grown from its initial years held in hotel suites and for the first time organized convention space at the Westin. This year Diana Initiative had 65 speakers across three tracks that covered both technical and non-technical skills, several villages, and a CTF. It was a nice break from the noise and crowds of the DEF CON and fostered a welcoming environment for attendees, many at Hacker Summer Camp for the first time. The quieter gathering, smaller size, and inclusivity made for an inviting atmosphere to new faces and established security professionals alike.

Do the thing.

Attending camp this year felt different than my last visit. There are noticeably more women in attendance, to the credit of organizations like WoSEC, WISP, Women’s Society of Cyberjustu, and Diana Initiative. There was plenty of evidence of the work that organizers and volunteers have put in to create an inclusive and safe week including the DEF CON support hotline and improved Code of Conduct. It was incredibly inspiring to connect with the many people that are elevating diversity and bringing change in this fantastic community.

Throughout the week, everyone I spoke with remarked that there is room for everyone in information security; quoting struggles finding qualified candidates and too-large workloads. Increasing the number of women not only brings more workers to the industry, but each person brings a unique lens to approach privacy and security challenges. No matter who you are or what your background, consider this your invitation. Show up, do the work, learn the things, and take your place. And then, share what you know. See you next year!

Tabatha at the Diana Initiative after party.

New in Dradis Pro v3.4

This post references an older release of Dradis Pro. You can find the most current version here:


Dradis Framework is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you deliver the results of security assessments, in a fraction of the time without the time-wasting frustration of creating reports manually.

Node Methodology

Add a methodology to a node containing the details appropriate for that node type. Create and apply methodology templates to ensure everyone on the team knows the next steps for that node. Project methodologies are still available; these new methodologies bring the same consistency to nodes.

Merging Nodes

If you have ended up duplicate nodes in your project, you can now merge them and preserve any findings related to that node. The new node merge action moves all associated Notes, Evidence, Attachment, and Activities from the source node into the target node.

Highlight Inside Code Blocks

Call attention to the most important details within a code block. Wrap the section with $${{ }}$$ to highlight it in yellow. The highlights transfer to your final report using styling updated in your report template.

Collapsable Sidebars

If your project has a long list of issues or attachments, it can be unwieldy to quickly access the import fields at the bottom to add more. The sidebars are now collapsable using the chevron at the top of the list and are expanded by default. Issues, Report content, and Nodes received this UI update to help you move through a cleaner interface.

Release Notes

  • Allow nodes to have an associated methodology
  • Highlight code snippets.
  • Better new board form empty name handling
  • Fix migration paths during database setup
  • Collapsable sidebar in issues
  • Collapsable sidebar in report content
  • Better placeholder syntax in Issuelib
  • Contributor dashboard redesign
  • Fix screenshot validator when Textile screenshot links have captions
  • Add Node merging feature
  • REST/JSON API:
    • New coverage: Tester users
  • Word reports:
    • Add CodeHighlight style support
  • Add-on enhancements:
    • Nexpose: Add risk-score attribute to nodes
    • Nmap: Add port.service.tunnel field to the port template
    • Remediation tracker: tickets can be assigned to testers and contributors, and contributors can see their tickets too.

New in Dradis Pro v3.3

Dradis Professional Edition is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you deliver the results of security assessments, in a fraction of the time without the time-wasting frustration of creating manual reports.

What’s new in Dradis Pro v3.3

Auto-Save

There are few things more frustrating than losing work in progress when your connection drops, browser crashes, or you close the wrong tab. Dradis now automatically saves your changes every few seconds to help avoid this problem. When you return to work, and auto-saved data is available, restore your work from the browser’s cached version.

Configuration Kits

Get started with Dradis Pro with a click of a button using kits. Use a Dradis kit to set up an instance tailored to your needs just by uploading a single file. A single kit zip file can quickly import and configure a project, report, issue, and evidence templates and properties, Rules Engine rules, methodologies, and sample projects. Admins can still tweak and configure Dradis manually; kits offer a simple way to jumpstart setup.

Azure DevOps / VSTS

Send any issue from a Dradis project to Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Team Services / Team Foundation Server) to create a Work Item. Once sent, the Issue in Dradis displays the state of Work Item so you can keep track of remediation activities without leaving Dradis.

Ready to upgrade to v3.3?

Release Notes

  • Fix column overflow on Issues / IssueLib entries table
  • Allow report content management even without an RTP
  • Fix content blocks sorting in the sidebar
  • REST/JSON API:
    • Add-ons can inject Project attributes
    • BI custom fields included in Projects API endpoint
    • BI custom fields included in Teams API endpoint
    • Project Scheduler add-on includes :start and :end date in Projects endpoint
  • Fix sorting for issues under nodes on export
  • Add ability to upload configuration kits via web
  • Add screenshot validator
  • Projects are created with a background job
  • Two-step Contributor login

Not using Dradis Pro on your team?

These are some of the benefits you are missing out on:

Read more about Dradis Pro’s time-saving features or what our users are saying.

New in Dradis Pro v3.2

Dradis Professional Edition is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you deliver the results of security assessments, in a fraction of the time without the time-wasting frustration of creating manual reports.

What’s new in Dradis Pro v3.2

Here is Rachael with a quick video summary of what’s new in this release:

Integrated CVSSv3 Calculator

Quickly generate a CVSSv3 Risk score for an individual issue directly in Dradis. The CVSSv3 score calculator is now included as a tab on each issue for handy access. Edit the values on the calculator to populate the issue’s CVSSv3 details, including a valid vector string, with no need to copy and paste!

Animation showing the CVSSv3 calculator populating the base score and vector for a security issue.

IssueLibrary ships with Dradis Pro

Ever wish that the IssueLibrary wasn’t a separate installation and upgrade process from Dradis Pro? Wish no more! IssueLibrary is now bundled with Dradis Pro.

If you haven’t been using IssueLibrary, now is your pain-free opportunity to give it a spin. Cultivate a collection of your finest vulnerability descriptions to reuse across your Dradis Pro projects.

Already have vulnerability descriptions in another format outside of Dradis? Reach out to our support team and they can set you up to easily migrate them into IssueLibrary.

Upgrading from an earlier version of the IssueLibrary?
You must first remove IssueLibrary before applying the DUP by deleting the IssueLibrary line from /opt/dradispro/dradispro/current/Gemfile.plugins.

IssueLibrary API endpoints

The IssueLibrary is the newest API endpoint to be added to Dradis Pro. Use this new endpoint to create, update, retrieve and delete IssueLibrary entries. Check out the IssueLibrary API guide for examples to get started.

Ready to upgrade to v3.2?

Release Notes

  • Use ajax in comments
  • Fix nodes sidebar header margin
  • Add bold font to improve bold text visibilit
  • Fix links display in Textile fields
  • Fix redirection destinations after edit/delete evidence
  • Refactor cache keys in pages with comments
  • Disable turbolinks cache when displaying flash messages
  • Sort attachments in alphabetical ASCII order
  • Fix methodology checklist edit error
  • Add contributors and contributors management
  • Add IssueLibrary to the main app – no manual upgrades!
  • Fix export error caused by whitespace between newlines
  • Fix auto-linking export error for non-latin characters, dashes, and parenthesis
  • Fix multiple permissions added to a project when created via API
  • Add default tags to new project templates
  • Fix the bug that caused project to disappear when an author updates a project
  • Add seeds for the rules engine
  • Fix user count in teams list
  • Add contributor management view hooks for the Teams and Users pages
  • Allow deletion of teams with users
  • Show project Custom Properties in Business Intelligence – Trend Analysis
  • Fix XSS vulnerability when uploading svg attachments
  • Fix XSS vulnerability when evidence were sent to Trash
  • REST/JSON API:
    • New endpoint: IssueLibrary entries
  • Add-on enhancements:
    • CVSS calculator: embed CVSSv3 calculator in Issue page
    • Acunetix: Resolve create_node errors that appeared with URLs wo/ “http”
    • Burp: Make `issue.detail` available at the Evidence level
    • Netsparker: Change alphabetical lists to bullet lists

Not using Dradis Pro on your team?

These are some of the benefits you are missing out on:

Read more about Dradis Pro’s time-saving features or what our users are saying.

New in Dradis Pro v3.1

Dradis Professional Edition is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you create reports, in a fraction of the time.

For this release, we’ve squashed some pesky bugs and updated the system and its add-ons with new features that will make your team’s life easier.

The highlights of Dradis Pro v3.1

  • Added comments, subscriptions and notifications to notes
  • Added comments, subscriptions and notifications to evidence
  • Added comments, subscriptions and notifications to methodology cards
  • Pre-flight tool upload validator
  • Fix default tags creation bug
  • Allow numeric fields to be 0 when validating
  • Fix BI engine load error (hook into model load and not ActiveRecord load)
  • Fix overflow bug when editing report templates (issue sorting tab)
  • Updated how add-ons hook into the main menu
  • Fix error pages
  • Renamed clients to teams in the backend
  • Fix blockcode characters displaying incorrectly
  • Fix red dot still being displayed on the first visit to the page that caused the single unread notification
  • Fix wrong ‘There are no comments’ message
  • Escape HTML in comments
  • Track activities when multiple-creating evidence
  • Fix BI custom project properties
  • Better engine manifest hooks
  • Keep lists and cards order when exporting as XML
  • When errors found validating evidence, report with evidence id
  • Add-on enhancements:
    • Note and evidence comments in export/import in dradis-projects
    • Fix usage of set_property to use set_service in Nexpose plugin
    • Netsparker: Update cleanup_html to format content + add new fields
A quick video summary of what’s new in this release:

Comments for methodology cards, evidence, and notes

Comments, notifications, and subscriptions introduced in Dradis v3.0 have been extended to include methodology cards, notes, and evidence in projects. You can leave a comment tagging another user, subscribe to be notified of comments and receive notifications for cards, notes, evidence, and issues. All comments are included during project import/export with dradis-project.

Checking for empty fields

Dradis will check for empty fields when saving a field required by your template and when validating your project before exporting a report. Catching and correcting these empty fields before generating your report will help prevent the dreaded ambiguous cell mapping Word error.

Pre-flight tool upload validator

While uploading output from a tool into a project, Dradis will check your Plugin Manager configuration against your report template configuration. If your template is configured to require a “Recommendations” field but no #[recommendation]# field is defined in the Plugin Manager for this output file type, Dradis will throw a warning.

Showing the preflight validation

Ready to upgrade to v3.1?

Not using Dradis Pro on your team?

These are some of the benefits you are missing out on:

Read more about Dradis Pro’s time-saving features or what our users are saying.