New Release: simpleness 2.0

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sawall

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Aug 19, 2007, 3:39:48 PM8/19/07
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It's been quite some time, but I've finally updated simpleness.  My version of a simple Nessus scanner and reporting web interface.  Version 2 has been pretty much completely re-written.  I wrote the frontend with Adobe Flex and optimized the PHP and SQL calls to make is significantly faster than version 1.2.  Version 2 now has the ability to schedule scans, administer running and scheduled scans and faster reporting.  I've also added functionality to backup and trim the database.

I've been using this version in production at my company for the past few months.  I believe I have all of the bugs worked out - but that's not to say that some might still exist.  This may not fit everyone's needs, but I felt like sharing with the community in hopes that it would help someone.

Main site - http://simpleness.stlsawall.com/

For those who just want to jump to the screenshots - http://simpleness.stlsawall.com/screenshots

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kartik

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Aug 20, 2007, 1:02:06 AM8/20/07
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Congratulations Chris,

The new version looks awesome. Scheduled jobs were a long awaited
feature and I am sure most of us will benefit from it. Three cheers
for your relentless efforts. :-)

Cheers,
Kartik

On Aug 19, 11:39 pm, sawall <saw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's been quite some time, but I've finally updated simpleness. My version
> of a simple Nessus scanner and reporting web interface. Version 2 has been
> pretty much completely re-written. I wrote the frontend with Adobe Flex and
> optimized the PHP and SQL calls to make is significantly faster than version
> 1.2. Version 2 now has the ability to schedule scans, administer running
> and scheduled scans and faster reporting. I've also added functionality to
> backup and trim the database.
>
> I've been using this version in production at my company for the past few
> months. I believe I have all of the bugs worked out - but that's not to say
> that some might still exist. This may not fit everyone's needs, but I felt
> like sharing with the community in hopes that it would help someone.
>

> Main site -http://simpleness.stlsawall.com/

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