Monthly Archives: November 2018

New in Dradis Pro v3.1

Dradis Professional Edition is a collaboration and reporting tool for information security teams that will help you create reports, in a fraction of the time.

For this release, we’ve squashed some pesky bugs and updated the system and its add-ons with new features that will make your team’s life easier.

The highlights of Dradis Pro v3.1

  • Added comments, subscriptions and notifications to notes
  • Added comments, subscriptions and notifications to evidence
  • Added comments, subscriptions and notifications to methodology cards
  • Pre-flight tool upload validator
  • Fix default tags creation bug
  • Allow numeric fields to be 0 when validating
  • Fix BI engine load error (hook into model load and not ActiveRecord load)
  • Fix overflow bug when editing report templates (issue sorting tab)
  • Updated how add-ons hook into the main menu
  • Fix error pages
  • Renamed clients to teams in the backend
  • Fix blockcode characters displaying incorrectly
  • Fix red dot still being displayed on the first visit to the page that caused the single unread notification
  • Fix wrong ‘There are no comments’ message
  • Escape HTML in comments
  • Track activities when multiple-creating evidence
  • Fix BI custom project properties
  • Better engine manifest hooks
  • Keep lists and cards order when exporting as XML
  • When errors found validating evidence, report with evidence id
  • Add-on enhancements:
    • Note and evidence comments in export/import in dradis-projects
    • Fix usage of set_property to use set_service in Nexpose plugin
    • Netsparker: Update cleanup_html to format content + add new fields
A quick video summary of what’s new in this release:

Comments for methodology cards, evidence, and notes

Comments, notifications, and subscriptions introduced in Dradis v3.0 have been extended to include methodology cards, notes, and evidence in projects. You can leave a comment tagging another user, subscribe to be notified of comments and receive notifications for cards, notes, evidence, and issues. All comments are included during project import/export with dradis-project.

Checking for empty fields

Dradis will check for empty fields when saving a field required by your template and when validating your project before exporting a report. Catching and correcting these empty fields before generating your report will help prevent the dreaded ambiguous cell mapping Word error.

Pre-flight tool upload validator

While uploading output from a tool into a project, Dradis will check your Plugin Manager configuration against your report template configuration. If your template is configured to require a “Recommendations” field but no #[recommendation]# field is defined in the Plugin Manager for this output file type, Dradis will throw a warning.

Showing the preflight validation

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