February 20, 2007
Today, Tenable released Nessus 3.1.2 for Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris which is a beta version of the upcoming Nessus 3.2. Nessus 3.2 contains the following new features:
- Experimental IPv6 support
- Improved bandwidth throttling
- Extended nessusd.rules to add support for ports and plugins
- New command 'nessuscmd' which lets you do a quick command-line scan
- Improved NASL engine
- Easy-update: Nessus can now update its own engine thru the use of a single command (nessus-update)
Detailed information about these features is available on Tenable's blog Thanks for testing this release and sending your feedback to deraison (at) nessus.org.
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