Show "VulnDetect Scan" Desktop Icon
I suggested that users can start a scan manually from the list of installed applications with a single button click.
I also suggested that users can Start Full System Scan from the VulnDetect Agent.
As long as these features are not yet implemented you may add Desktop Icon where users can start a scan manually.
This icon calls a batch file with the required commands and parameters.
Here an idea how this could look:
@OLLI_S No, just leave this open. This is still relevant for VulnDetect.
Today I released the Toolbox for VulnDetect.
Using the Toolbox you can start a full system scan.
@Tom Should I mark this suggestion as [Implemented]?
I am currently implementing the launcher-functionality inside GetAppDetails for VulnDetect.
I also renamed the tool to Toolbox for VulnDetect.
So stay tuned...
@olli_s I'm afraid that a "VulnDetect" prefix like that could cause issues with potential new products that we make. Thus, a construction like the one you have with "GetAppDetails for VulnDetect" is much more appropriate.
@Tom I will name the app now VulnDetect Toolbox, ok?
@olli_s Certainly, feel free to do that
What if I add a launcher to GetAppDetails for VulnDetect ?
So users can start a full system scan out of GetAppDetails for VulnDetect with a single mouse click.
I could add the following buttons:
- Start Full System Scan in VulnDetect
- Start Full System Scan in VulnDetect (Silent)
I read in the help of the command line:
Decrease log verbosity. Multiple instances of this option are cumulative.
But when I add just one
-qI see no output on the screen.
Tom VulnDetect Team Member last edited by Tom
Perhaps we should add information about how to make it so that it actually does an inspection:
Right click on your desktop to "New" -> "Shortcut".
"C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect"
Click "OK", click "Next", change the name if you wish and then click "Finish".
Then right click the icon and edit the command to:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect\secteer.exe" --immediate
Alternatively, you can make it faster, by using this line instead:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\SecTeer VulnDetect\secteer.exe" -q -q --immediate
-qmakes the secteer.exe more quiet, and outputting to the console is rather slow.
After running an inspection, then you result should be ready less than 1 minute later. You can always check in the "Configuration" .