Friday, April 02, 2010
Dradis: Effective Information Sharing for Pentest Teams
April's toolsmith covers Dradis.
Dradis is a self-contained web application that provides a centralized repository for information acquired during testing in order to work completed and pending.
The Dradis project lead, Daniel Martín Gómez contends (and I agree) that failure to share “information available in an effective way will result in exploitation opportunities lost and the overlapping of efforts.”
Testing teams face multiple challenges specific to information sharing, including a variety of output types from all the tools utilized.
Testers gather results in different ways.
Each team generates different reports, and so on.
Dradis is designed to address these challenges and does so effectively.
Check it out at your earliest convenience.
The article awaits your review here.
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