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NAME

       openvas-rmuser - removes a user from the openvasd userbase

SYNOPSIS

       openvas-rmuser [<login>]

DESCRIPTION

       The  OpenVAS  Security  Scanner  comes  with  its  own  user base which
       contains the list of who can use the services  of  openvasd,  and  what
       restriction (or rules) each user has.

       openvas-rmuser  is  a  simple  program  which will remove user from the
       proper openvasd configuration files, as well as its data (saved KBs and
       saved sessions).

SEE ALSO

       openvas-adduser(8), openvasd(8), openvas(1)

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE OPENVAS PROJECT

       The  canonical  places  where  you will find more information about the
       OpenVAS project are:

              http://www.openvas.org/ ⟨⟩ (Official site)
              http://cvs.openvas.org/ ⟨⟩ (Developers site)

AUTHOR

       openvas-rmuser    was    quickly    written    by    Renaud    Deraison
       <deraison@cvs.nessus.org>



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