How do I perform a passive scan with OpenVas? [on hold]

Can someone help me use OpenVas as a purely passive vulnerability analysis tool?

hosting – Openvas vulnerability scanner

I am using the Openvas vulnerability scanner in my pentesting. I waited a few minutes for the exploration to begin. But, when it starts, it shows "requested" in the status bar and, after an update, shows that the scan was performed and that the host is considered dead. However, if I do the same scan of the site with Owasp ZAP, then it shows multiple vulnerabilities. Can anyone tell me what this is and how can I solve it?

web application – faraday ide no matter the scan of openvas

I'm trying to add an xml results file from openvas in Faraday, but when I import it, nothing happens. Could anyone help me, please?

PS: my file is in the downloads folder and when I upload it, Faraday says that:

Openvas
2018-12-07 23: 29: 39,851 – faraday.ModelController – INFO [controller.py:422 – _pluginStart() ] Complement started: Openvas.
2018-12-07 23: 29: 39,870 – faraday.ModelController – INFO [controller.py:429 – _pluginEnd() ] Completed complement: Openvas

And when I launch Python-Faraday, this is what happens.

2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,740 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:408 – printBanner() ] Starting from Faraday IDE.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,740 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:359 – checkConfiguration() ] Checking the configuration.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,740 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:360 – checkConfiguration() ] Configuration of complements.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,740 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:294 – setupPlugins() ] Deleting the old plugins folder.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,783 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:362 – checkConfiguration() ] Configuration of the ZSH integration.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,783 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:364 – checkConfiguration() ] Configuration of the user configuration.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,784 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:339 – setupXMLConfig() ] Using the custom user settings.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,784 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:366 – checkConfiguration() ] Configuration of icons for the GTK interface.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 43,789 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:218 – setConf() ] Configuration configuration
2018-12-07 23: 24: 44,943 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:533 – login() ] Successful login: faraday
2018-12-07 23: 24: 45,058 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:248 – startFaraday() ] All ready. Opening atmosphere.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 45,257 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:254 – startFaraday() ] ExceptHook main application enabled.
2018-12-07 23: 24: 45,257 – faraday.launcher – INFO [faraday.py:257 – startFaraday() ] From the main application.
* Faraday UI is ready
Point your browser to:
[http://localhost:5985/_ui]

2018-12-07 23: 24: 45,259 – faraday – INFO [api.py:118 – _setUpAPIServer() ] The XMLRPC API server configured in (& # 39; localhost & # 39 ;, 9876)
localhost
2018-12-07 23: 24: 45,271 – faraday – INFO [api.py:68 – startAPIs() ] REST API server configured in (& # 39; localhost & # 39 ;, 9977)
ERROR: websocket: callback error>: on_open () takes exactly 2 arguments (1 die)
ERROR: websocket: callback error>: on_close () takes exactly 2 arguments (1 die)
ERROR: websocket: callback error>: on_open () takes exactly 2 arguments (1 die)
ERROR: websocket: callback error>: on_open () takes exactly 2 arguments (1 die)
ERROR: websocket: callback error>: on_error () takes exactly 3 arguments (2 dice)
ERROR: websocket: callback error>: on_close () takes exactly 2 arguments (1 die)