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Release Name: 6.0+beta1
This is the first beta version of the upcoming 6.0 release of the Greenbone Security Assistant (GSA). It is the web client that makes the full feature set of OpenVAS Manager available in a web browser. This release -- in combination with the OpenVAS Manager 6.0+beta1 release -- enables a number of new features like the multi-scanner support, the first charts in SecInfo, the new Cert-BUND in SecInfo and the new results section under Scan Management. Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release: Hani Benhabiles, Matthew Mundell, Timo Pollmeier, Jan-Oliver Wagner.
ain changes since 5.0 series: * New: Configure menu "Scanners" for OTP and OSP based scanners. The classic OpenVAS Scanner is pre-configured. * New: For Task objects there is now a scanner selection. Scanner-specific settings are grouped with the respective scanner type. Apart from the classic OpenVAS Scanner now a OSP-based OVAL Scanner "ovaldi" is an optional scanner type. * New: Scan Configuration editor for OSP-based scanner type "ovaldi". * New: Chart types "bar-chart" and "donut", based on the d3 library, for each of the SecInfo object types. These are used for showing severity and severity classes. * New: SecInfo dashboard showing 4 charts that can be indivually be configured regarding type, object type and filter. * New: SecInfo object type "CERT-Bund", a german CERT. * New: "Results" section in menu "Scan Management". * Added "Backend operation" in the page footer. This is the time taken to get from the start of the page handler to the start of the XSL transform. * Added warning if login password does not comply with password policy. * Remove public key requirement from Credentials creation. * Removed target locator feature as this is not being fully supported by the backend anyway. * Removed any remains of handling Pause status of tasks. * ITS (IT-Schwachstellenampel, now at 1.1): * Added settings page and password warning. * Various small fixes and improvements.