Risk Scan Engine Quickstart ConfigurationUpdated Aug 2, 2023
This procedure demonstrates the quickstart configuration for Arctic Wolf Risk Scan Engine (formerly Joval) and the Joval Utilities component. For additional configuration information, see the
User_Guide.pdf file in the Joval-Utilities zip file.
- A valid license file (
- Navigate to the latest release listing in the Customer Support Portal for Joval Utilities.
- Download the Joval Utilities zip file to an easily-accessible folder on your machine.
Create a working directory and name the folder
Right-click the Joval Utilities zip file and click Extract All.
In the Extract Compressed (Zipped) Folders window, navigate to and select the
Note: Verify that Show extracted files when complete is selected.
Name the new folder
Copy your license file to your working directory. The license file follows this naming convention:
Create a folder in your working directory, and name it
content. Your working directory should follow this structure:
├── riskscanengine │ ├── content │ ├── Joval-Utilities │ │ ├── ... │ │ ├── Joval-Utilities.jar │ │ ├── User_Guide.pdf │ ├── [your-domain].sig.xml
Run this command to move to your working directory:
Run this command to make sure that Java is installed on your device:
For Joval Utilities version 6.5 or older, we recommend Java 8, as XML support is less stable in Java 9-1. Joval Utilities versions newer than 6.5 requires Java 11 or newer. To download Java, see Java Downloads.
Run this command to make sure that the deployment was successful:
java -jar Joval-Utilities/Joval-Utilities.jar -?
The Joval Scan Configuration Assistant guides you through the process of downloading assessment content and creating a scan configuration file. Once complete, you can review the output files and logs in the configured folders.
- Run this command to move to your working directory:
- Run this command to start the assistant:
java -Dlicense.file=<your_domain>.sig.xml -jar Joval-Utilities/Joval-Utilities.jar scan
- Follow the prompts to create your configuration file.
- Run this command to run a scan:
java -Dlicense.file=<your_domain>.sig.xml -jar Joval-Utilities/Joval-Utilities.jar scan -c config.ini`
User_Guide.pdf file in the Joval-Utilities folder for additional configuration options.