Whilst we only officially support VMware and VirtualBox hypervisors, our community has successfully deployed Dradis Pro in the following environments:
Confirmed to work by community?
We understand that teams may need to deploy in the cloud or outside our officially supported platforms. Because of this, we also have unofficial deployment guides for AWS, Linode.com, and Microsoft Hyper-V.
Please contact us if your environment is not listed above.
Is there an installer for the X operating system?
No. At the moment Dradis Pro is only available as a virtual appliance. This is to ensure we can support all the different platforms our users run.
Can you merge output from different tools to generate a report?
Yes. We integrate with over a dozen tools including Nessus, Burp, Qualys and Nexpose. You can use the Plugin Manager to map between the output produced by those tools and what you need for your report.
Yes. However, some Word for Mac users will be well aware that Microsoft doesn't keep 1:1 compatibility between the versions of Word for Windows and Mac.
Two key differences can potentially affect Dradis Pro users of Word for Mac:
Content Controls are not available.
We use content controls to create Dradis Word report templates so in practical terms it means that you cannot use Word for Mac to create or edit Dradis report templates.
The good news is, that with our Concierge reporting service you don't have to create these templates, we will create them for you.
You can open the Dradis-generated reports in Word for Mac for editing and final tweaking.
The VBA engine in Word for Mac is limited.
The Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) engine in Word for Mac is much more limited than its Windows counterpart. Many key pieces are missing, one of which is the Charting library. In practical terms this means that you cannot run macros in Mac that update the Charts in your document.
If you don't need macros that update your charts that's not a problem, and you can always manually update your charts using the usual Word interface.
How can I buy Dradis Professional?
You can buy Dradis Pro exclusively through the online order form.
Please visit our Pricing page for
What payment methods are accepted?
You can pay using credit card, PayPal, wire transfer or check. We
always require payment in advance of delivery.
How is the software delivered?
When your order is completed, we will send you an email with login
information. You can then log in to your account on our system and
download the software.
I'm a reseller, how do I generate a quote?
You can generate a quote for the Assess plan or Remediate plan yourself (see below).
If your customer is looking for an Enterprise plan
subscription, they need to contact us first.
To generate an Assess plan or Remediate plan quote:
Visit the pricing page, and select the right currency (EUR, GBP or USD).
Click on the Buy Assess button for the Assess plan, or the Buy Remediate button for the Remediate plan.
Enter the number of seats your customer has requested.
In the License information section, enter your customer's details.
In the Billing information section, enter your details.
Don't forget to answer Yes to the Are you a reseller or buying for a different organization?
Once you fill in your details, you'll be able to download a quote (link is under Your order summary box).
If you've followed all the above steps and still can't generate a
quote, please contact us indicating
your quote / order number.
How long is a Dradis Professional subscription valid for?
Licenses are normally valid for one year from the date of purchase. Multi-year subscriptions are available.
What happens if the team grows and we need to add more subscription?
That's not a problem, we do prorated new seat costs. Contact us and we can help you out.
How many people can use a Dradis Professional subscription?
Each subscription is valid for a certain number of users. This number can be specified during the ordering process and is displayed within Settings section of the product. The number of users on your subscription must be sufficient for the number of users who ever make use of the software.
For the avoidance of doubt, "users" means actual individual people, not concurrent users or installations or anything else.