March 20, 2007
Today, Tenable released Nessus 3.1.3 beta. Here are the main changes compared to Nessus 3.1.2:
- Reduced overall memory usage
- Improved Solaris support
- Stability fixes
- Improved IPv6 support
- RHEL 5 support
The whole Nessus 3.1.x series is considered as being in beta. When it reaches production quality, it will be labeled Nessus 3.2.x. The main list of changes between Nessus 3.2 and Nessus 3.0 is available on Tenable's blog.
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