Prenus: The pretty Nessus
Posted on 17 September 2012.
Prenus is a hacked together Ruby script that can consume Nessus 2 files - with the help of an updated ruby-nessus gem.

Prenus allows the output of a few different formats, including:
  • Static HTML files with jQuery Datatables and Highcharts graphs
  • XLS file (Actually a HTML Table with an .xls extension) with unique Nessus vulns and associated IPs
  • Afterglow (afterglow.sourceforge.net/), 2 column CSV files
  • Circos (circos.ca) tableviewer text file
  • Hosts information, formatted in a 3 column CSV output.





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