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omp(8)			    System Manager's Manual			omp(8)

NAME
       omp  -  OMP  command  line client for the Open Vulnerability Assessment
       System (OpenVAS)

SYNOPSIS
       omp OPTIONS

DESCRIPTION
       Together, OpenVAS Scanner (openvassd(8))	 and  OpenVAS  Manager	(open-
       vasmd(8))  provide the core functionality of the	Open Vulnerability As-
       sessment	System (OpenVAS), with OpenVAS	Scanner	 handling  the	actual
       scan process and	OpenVAS	Manager	adding various management functionali-
       ties to handle and organise scan	results.

       The omp binary is a command line	client which uses the OMP protocol  to
       connect	to  the	 OpenVAS  Manager and makes it easy to access the full
       functionality provided by the OpenVAS  Manager  conveniently  from  the
       command line and	allows quick integration in a scripted environment.

OPTIONS
       -h, --host=HOST
	      Connect to OpenVAS Manager on host HOST.

       -p, --port=PORT
	      Connect to OpenVAS Manager on port PORT.

       -u, --username=USER
	      Use the username USER to access the OpenVAS Manager.

       -w, --password=PASSWORD
	      Use  the password	PASSWORD to access the OpenVAS Manager.	If the
	      password is not set as parameter,	it will	be requested  interac-
	      tively.

       --config-file=FILE
	      Use  the information provided in FILE as parameters for the con-
	      nection to the OpenVAS Manager.

       --send-file=FILE
	      Replace SENDFILE in xml string to	send with base64 encoded  con-
	      tent of FILE. Only the first occurence is	replaced.

       -P, --prompt
	      Prompt to	exit.

       -O, --get-omp-version
	      Display the OMP version used by OpenVAS Manager.

       -C, --create-task
	      Create a task.

       -n, --name=NAME
	      Use NAME as the name for the newly created task.

       -c, --comment=COMMENT
	      Use COMMENT as the comment for the newly created task.

       -t, --target=TARGET
	      Use TARGET as the	target for the newly created task.

       --file Add text in stdin	as file	on task..

       -E, --delete-report
	      Delete one or more reports.

       -D, --delete-task
	      Delete one or more tasks.

       -R, --get-report
	      Get report of one	task.

       -F, --get-report-formats
	      Get report formats (OMP 2.0 only).

       -f, --format=FORMAT
	      Get report in format FORMAT.

       -G, --get-tasks
	      Get status of one, many or all tasks.

       -g, --get-configs
	      Get configs.

       -T, --get-targets
	      Get targets.

       -M, --modify-task
	      Modify a task.

       -S, --start-task
	      Start one	or more	tasks.

       -X, --xml=COMMAND
	      Send  COMMAND  as	 XML  to  the OpenVAS Manager (e.g. "<help/>",
	      "<get_version/>").

       -i, --pretty-print
	      In combination with -X, pretty print the response.

       -v, --version
	      Print version.

       -?, --help
	      Show help.

EXAMPLES
       omp --username foobar --get-tasks

       Connect to the OpenVAS Manager as user  foobar  and  get	 the  list  of
       tasks.

SEE ALSO
       openvassd(8) openvasad(8) gsad(8) openvasmd(8) gsd(8)

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPENVAS PROJECT
       The  canonical  places  where  you will find more information about the
       OpenVAS	 project   are:	  http://www.openvas.org/   (Official	 site)
       http://wald.intevation.org/projects/openvas/ (Development Platform)

COPYRIGHT
       The  omp	 command line client is	released under the GNU GPL, version 2,
       or, at your option, any later version.

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