Dradis is an open-source reporting and collaboration tool trusted by 1,000s of InfoSec professionals around the world.

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How It Works

Dradis CE is an extensible, cross-platform, open source security project framework for collaboration and reporting that’ll save you hours on every project. Built by the best minds in security for forward thinking InfoSec professionals.

Create Reports with One Click

Combine the output of different security scanning tools, manual findings, and notes to generate consistent reports in a fraction of the time of writing them manually.

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Collaborate Seamlessly

Track the progress of your project, split tasks, and comment on findings with other team members. Centralized project details keeps everyone on the same page.

Screenshot of Dradis' Project Summary page showing Issues, Team, and Methodology progress

Extensible

Dradis connects with 19+ different tools including Burp, Nessus, Nmap, Qualys. And if we don't have an integration for your favorite tool, it's easy to create one!

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Join the Dradis Community

Dradis CE is a platform independent web application with over 10 years of history, an active community, and continued development. Ready to save hours on each engagement? Get started by installing Dradis CE today.

Screenshot of Dradis' Project Summary page showing Issues, Team, and Methodology progress

Frequently asked questions about Dradis CE

If your answer is not here, the Community Forums are your best bet

“Free software” means software that respects users' freedom and community. Roughly, it means that the users have the freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. Thus, “free software” is a matter of liberty, not price.

To understand the concept, you should think of “free” as in “free speech,” not as in “free beer”. We sometimes call it “libre software,” borrowing the French or Spanish word for “free” as in freedom, to show we do not mean the software is gratis.

Dradis Community Edition (CE) is "Free software" and it's also gratis.

We release Dradis CE under GPLv2 and your can find the source on Github: /dradis/dradis-ce

Calm down, it will all be fine (eventually), please head to the Community Forums and tell us what went wrong.

There is plenty of people over there ready to help!

Remember: you'll need to have Redis up and running:

In Linux:

$ apt-get install redis-server

In MacOS:

$ brew install redis $ redis-server /usr/local/etc/redis.conf

If that didn't fix it, read this.

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You’re In Good Company

Dradis Pro is trusted by these great companies around the world

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How Much Will You Save?

ROI calculator: Tell us about your business.

We've got people in the team, each of us is involved in about projects per month on average, and our average rate is around $ USD.

If we could save hours per report. How much money will using Dradis Pro save us?


If you saved 2 hours per report, or $200 at your current rate, times 3 projects a month: you'll save $600 per person each month, that's $3,000 for the 5 of you every month.

Just to be clear, the investment required for Dradis Pro is $79 per person (or $474 for the team). If the tool saves you $600, the first $474 go towards paying for itself and the remaining $521 are pure savings, every month. That's $6,252 per year that you're leaving on the table.


There are lots of things you can do with $6,252:

  • Invest more time testing to get more results and add more value to your clients.
  • Use that time to wrap up the project and update your testing methodologies.
  • Use that time to find new clients.
  • Pass the savings to your clients and become more competitive.
  • Don't tell anyone and just pocket the savings.

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