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New users can get familiar with the core features of Vega by reading the following guides:
- Getting Started with the Scanner
- Using the Vega Proxy
- Using the Proxy Scanner for Semi-Automated Scanning
- Authenticated Crawling/Scanning
Each less than 5 minutes long. More coming soon.
Vega Requirements (1.0) / Troubleshooting
On Ubuntu/Debian systems:
sudo apt-get install libwebkitgtk-1.0
On Fedora systems:
sudo yum install webkitgtk
Not having this library will commonly cause Vega to fail after installation.
Windows: if you have the 32-bit JRE (x86), you will need to install the 32-bit version of Vega.
The 32-bit JRE is common, especially for Java 7, even on 64-bit Windows systems.
If Vega fails after install because it cannot find Java, this may be the cause and you should try another version of Vega (32/64 bit).
Failed to create the Java Virtual Machine: This error often occurs when memory requirements for the max heap size can't be met. Edit the Vega.ini file in the Vega directory and change the value of the
-Xmx parameter to
1536m or lower, save the file, and then restart Vega.
The line should read
-Xmx1024m instead of
You may also be required to install and/or run Vega with administrator privileges on Windows 8 and some Windows 7 systems.