See some of the new features and updates we've included in the latest releases.
Dradis version 3.8.0 includes per-tool permissions, new AffectedCount and AffectedList content controls, and a Projects table.
Dradis version 3.7.0 includes a new editor, formatting toolbar and methodology improvements.
Dradis version 3.6.0 includes a brand new layout for your projects that should improve your life.
Dradis version 3.5.0 includes Email notifications and subscriptions, column sorting for data tables, Burp Issue level severity, and more.
Dradis version 3.4.0 includes Per-Node Methodologies, highlighting in code blocks, merging Nodes, collapsible sidebars, and more.
Dradis version 3.3.0 includes TFS integration, a draft-saving feature, and a new kit upload that configures your instance at once.
Dradis version 3.2.0 ships the IssueLibrary with the rest of the app and inclues an integrated CVSS calculator in the Issue view.
Dradis version 3.1.0 lets you comment on Evidence and Notes, checks files before upload, and catches blank fields in the validator.
Dradis version 3.0.0 lets you comment on Issues and open more than one project at a time.
Dradis version 2.9.0 includes list view for notes and evidences, Business Intelligence trend analysis, and report content attachments.
Dradis version 2.8.0 includes Excel reporting with macros and ContentBlocks to manage all your long-form report content.
Dradis version 2.7.0 includes Excel reporting and a new Report Content page for managing document properties.
Dradis version 2.6.0 includes a restyled Methodologies feature and a new Combine Issues feature.
Dradis version 2.5.0 includes a trash feature to recover deleted content and automatically generates your Issue template from report template properties.
Dradis version 2.4.0 includes project-wide search, add evidence to multiple nodes and issue/template validation.
Dradis version 2.3.0 includes updates to the All Issues page to change the display and filter the Issues in your project.
Dradis version 2.0.0 introduced new features including the activity feed, versioned content, and the pre-export validator.
Learn by watching with these short video tutorials.
This video shows how to create your very first report using the default project and default template that ship with Dradis Pro.
This video shows how to create a report template from scratch: starting with a normal Word document, we add the placeholders for our fields, upload the result and export a report in a few minutes.
This video shows how to combine all the reporting features into a fairly complex template.
This video shows a couple of Word macros that will make your life easier
This video outlines the steps to go from a Nessus file to an exported word report including basic report structure, the Plugin Manager, and integrating your Issue and Evidence templates.
This video outlines the steps to go from a Qualys file to an exported Word report. Start with your Issue template and work through the steps to create a custom template.
Include screenshots in your reports by uploading them as an attachment to a Node, then add them to your project.
This video walks you through the structure of your Dradis projects and shows you how to perform key operations.
This video walks you through the steps to create a new project, assign it to a team, use a project template, and assign team members to the project.
This video shows how to structure your project data in a consistent way.
This video shows how to use Note Templates to speed up your day-to-day work.
This video shows how to use Methodologies in your project plus where you can find them for download.
This video shows you how to create an new entry in your IssueLibrary and then add that entry to a project.
This video shows how you can customize the default names and colors for your tags.
This video shows how the changes made by one user of Dradis are pushed to any other users working on the same project.
If when importing the 1.9 OVA you get an error complaining about not finding the OVF file at the beginning of the archive, try this: rename
.ova to .tar, extract and import the .ovf.
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