Sunday, October 31, 2010

gsa 1.0.3 released

The OpenVAS developers are happy to announce the release of gsa 1.0.3. This is the third maintenance release for the 1.0 series of GSA (Greenbone Security Assistant), an OMP web client for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System (OpenVAS).

It addresses a number of issues in the user interface and improves stability during XSL transformations. GSA now builds with the latest libmicrohttpd release (0.9.2) as well.

Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release: Matthew Mundell, Jan-Oliver Wagner and Michael Wiegand.

Main changes since 1.0.2:
* When creating new credentials, password authentication is now the default.
* A bug which caused the "Pause" button not to work under certain
circumstances has been fixed.
* The handling of errors during the XSL transformation has been improved.
* The handling of long lines in the XSL transformation has been improved.
* The range of characters allowed for LSC passwords has been extended.
* An issue which prevented gsa from building with libmicrohttpd 0.9.2 has been

The source tarball for this release is available for download from the OpenVAS website at Binary packages for major GNU/Linux distributions by third parties are expected in the following weeks.

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