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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0006764Kali Linux[All Projects] Kali Package Bugpublic2021-06-23 21:06
Reportertps800 Assigned Tosteev  
Status closedResolutionno change required 
Product Version2020.3 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0006764: gvm does not allow login with given user admin and password printed after gvm-setup finishes
DescriptionAfter successfull install of gvm any attempt to login with given user admin and printed password fails. Creating an other admin-user with different name does not helt. Trying to login as this user fails too.
Steps To ReproduceInstall kali, install gvm:
- apt install gvm
- gvm-setup
- gvm-start

Browser opens. Then try to login with given username/password.
Reaction: Login Failed. Invalid password or username.

adding an other user with "gvmd --create-user=user --password=password" then try to login with these gives the very same result.
Additional Informationii gvm 11.0.5+kali1 all remote network security auditor - metapackage and useful scripts
ii gvm-tools 2.0.0-2 all Remote control the Greenbone Vulnerability Manager
ii gvmd 9.0.1-4 amd64 Manager Module of Greenbone Vulnerability Manager
ii gvmd-common 9.0.1-4 all architecture independent files for Greenbone Vulnerability Manager
ii libgvm11:amd64 11.0.1-1 amd64 remote network security auditor - shared libraries
ii python-gvm-doc 1.2.0-2 all Greenbone Vulnerability Management Python Library (common documentation)
ii python3-gvm 1.2.0-2 all Greenbone Vulnerability Management Python Library (Python 3)



2020-10-03 18:01

reporter   ~0013531

try this article maybe will help you


2020-10-03 18:01

reporter   ~0013532


2020-11-04 16:42

reporter   ~0013635

I did a work around the problem and it fixed it:

The problem is that Postgresql 12 is down when you have a new Kali installation, run the following commands to put it to work, then you need to perform a Postgresql upgrade from 12 to 13

>msfdb init # this will initiate the database with some metasploit data.

Install updates and upgrade

>sudo apt-get update
>sudo apt-get upgrade # in this step say yes to all
>sudo reboot

Install Postgresql 13
> sudo apt-get install postgresql-13 postgresql-client-13

Stop Postgres Cluster 13
>sudo pg_dropcluster --stop 13 main

Upgrade old cluster
sudo pg_upgradecluster 12 main

Check for cluster 13 running:
> pg_lsclusters # check that running port is 5432

Proceed with the installation :

>sudo apt-get install gvm
>sudo gvm-setup

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2020-10-01 18:36 tps800 New Issue
2020-10-03 18:01 Michu Note Added: 0013531
2020-10-03 18:01 Michu Note Added: 0013532
2020-11-04 16:42 pablobarrera Note Added: 0013635
2020-12-01 10:50 g0tmi1k Severity major => minor
2021-06-23 21:06 steev Assigned To => steev
2021-06-23 21:06 steev Status new => closed
2021-06-23 21:06 steev Resolution open => no change required