- SEE ALSO
Parse::Nessus::XML - Interface to Nessus XML result files
use Parse::Nessus::XML my $scan = Parse::Nessus::XML->new( $filename ); my @results = $scan->results; my $plugin = $scan->plugin(10964); # Parse::Nessus::XML::Plugin object my $name = $plugin->name;
Provides an interface to the Nessus XML report file. This is primarily for my own use, so if it's missing stuff that you think should be in here, send me a patch.
Please note that this API is just a suggestion, and is subject to change in the first few releases. Because of how deeply nested the data structure is, there's no particularly nice API to the whole thing - at least that I can think of. See the example script in the example/ subdirectory to see how I use this in real life.
my $scan = Parse::Nessus::XML->new( $filename );
Given the path to a file, returns a Parse::Nessus::XML object.
my $results = $scan->results; # listref my @results = $scan->results; # list
Returns a plugin object, given the ID. Then you can call for attributes off of that object.
my $plugin = $scan->plugin(10964); $name = $plugin->name; $risk = $plugin->risk;
Supplementary package which facilitates figuring out what's in a particular plugin. Also allows location of a plugin by ID number, which speeds things up.
my $plugin = Parse::Nessus::XML::Plugin->new( $scan, ID => 10964 ); my $risk = $plugin->risk;
Available attributes are: id, name, version, family, cve_id, bugtraq_id, category, risk, summary, copyright
Rich Bowen CPAN ID: RBOW firstname.lastname@example.org http://rich.rcbowen.com/
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.