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bogosec_wrapper

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Version: Mar 07 2005 (ubuntu - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

bogosec_wrapper - Wrapper script for BogoSec source-code security quality metric tool

SYNOPSIS

bogosec_wrapper TARGET-DIRECTORY [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

bogosec_wrapper automates the process by running bogosec on a directory containing different file formats supported by bogosec and collecting the results in : /tmp/bogosec.results and /tmp/bogosec.detail_results. These files are overwritten by each invocation.
bogosec_wrapper accepts options to be passed on to bogosec, options are passed after the target directory and must be included in "". (example: bogosec_wrapper /Some_Directory "--nhf --timeout 60" ).

OPTIONS

The following is a brief explanation of the options; for additional information, please refer to bogosec man page.
-l
Turn on scanner output logging.
--log-dir directory
Specify a directory for scanner output logs.
--min-sev minimum_severity_level
Specify a minimum severity level. Default is 0.
--nhf, --no-header-files
Do not scan header files.
-p, --plugin plugin_name [args]
Specify a plugin to use.
--plugin-dir directory
Specify the directory where the plugins are stored. Default is /usr/local/bogosec/plugins.
--sev-range-max number
Specify the maximum severity value to be used in calculating the severity value range. The default is 10.
--timeout number
Specify the cpu time limit in seconds.
--temp-log-dir directory
Specify a directory where you want the temporary files used by BogoSec to be stored. The default is /tmp/.
-v, --verbosity 0|1
Specify verbosity level. The default is 0.
--xp, --exclude-plugin plugin_name
Do not run plugin defined by plugin_name.

Files

/tmp/bogosec.results
/tmp/bogosec.detail_results

AUTHORS

Developed by Dustin Kirkland, Agoston Petz, and Loulwa Salem at the IBM Linux Technology Center.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/bogosec/
<Wolf18> quelqu'un a redhat 6.2?
<Mikmak> Wolf18: pose ta question :)
<Wolf18> j'me suis fait un cd a parti d'un image cd de linux d'la version alpha de redhat 6.2 ... y'é pas suposer avoir un auto run su l'cd?
<Okki> mdr
<Okki> Wolf18: rassures moi, t'as une Station Alpha au moins ?
<Wolf18> j'peut tu ne pas te rassurer pis te demander c quoi une station alpha?
<WildZeck> mdr
<Okki> ptdr que je suis, je m'en vais modifier la page de doc puis les fortunes juste après :)
<Mikmak> pfff
<lpt20> ma version 6.2 a un autoron
<mac_> mouahahah