Vulnerability Assessment Using SCAP

OpenSCAP is a tool to find vulnerabilities and configuration errors on a Windows or on a Linux system. SCAP is a security content automation protocol, or a set of security standards developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The tool is installed on a computer system and ran on the system to evaluate known vulnerabilities. You should understand the concept of OpenSCAP and how it checks vulnerabilities on a system. What are the limitations of OpenSCAP and why does it have these limitations?

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