Next up are the plugin commands. These helpful little beasts are all about showing you what plugins are available on your nessus server, and how many of them you have.
Given that nessus has over 38,000 plugins, simply asking it to list them all would result in a very large list returned from the server. Nessus gets around this by breaking the request down into several parts. (more…)
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