Upcoming update for Netsec users
It has likely not escaped anyone's notice that things have been a little quiet on the Netsec side. But we have been working exceptionally hard behind the scenes to introduce the Netsec capabilities into the Portal, the UI currently used for our Appsec products.
Over the coming months more capabilities will be added and we are beginning the onboarding process for customers to move over to the Portal UI. The transition will be gradual, and customers will be moved individually when all of the capabilities they require have been implemented to the Portal UI.
We are also making the whole Vulnerability Management process more streamlined with less 'clicks' required. There will be some changes in terminology and workflow, but its far simpler to manage and a greatly improved user experience. New features are introduced along the way, such as Tags, along with the necessary Tag Manager, support for Webhooks, and much more.
As our business grows, and with more customers joining us, it has been necessary to grow our infrastructure accordingly to ensure we can continue to offer an ever-improving level of service to our customers.
To meet these needs, it has been necessary to extend the IP range from which scanning may originate.
The additional IPv6 range from which scans may originate is:
This is in addition to our existing network range of:
These IP ranges are exclusive to Outpost24, and any IPS whitelisting for PCI ASV scans should include these new ranges.
- Added a direct link to Core from Portal. To access it, you just have to click on Explore and select it:
- Added a new Seen last scan colum to Findings, which shows whether the finding has been found in the last scan performed:
- Add tags and Remove tags is now a single action Edit tags. Users can now add, remove or create new tags from a single view:
- We have added tooltips to cells in which the text is cut for better readability:
Bug Fixes and Minor Improvements
- Added multi-select capabilities to the Source column in Assets.
- Request verification option is now disabled for fixed SWAT, Snapshot and Assure findings.
- Added Core to Admin role by default.
- Fixed an issue where reports sent to the Report library would require a manual refresh of the UI to appear.
- Fixed an issue where Compliance findings last seen information was not being updated.
- Fixed an issue where some Jira events were not being sent due to errors with empty keys.
- Fixed context menu in PCI findings to match the options in the Overview tab.
- Fixed an issue where changing a user's password would also modify access to scanners.
- Fixed an issue where some subusers were not receiving Event notifications.
Vulnerability Detection Update
The latest are published here Vulnerability Detection Update
End of Life Announcement
Scanning over SSH1
We will no longer be supporting scanning over SSHv1 from March 2024, and will therefore drop support for this and all of the associated ciphers.
- Official End of Life date: September 2023
- Official End of Support date: March 2024
We are announcing the End of Life of the SWAT Classic UI. Due to feedback from customers we have extended the end of Support date for the SWAT Classic UI to the end March 2023.
- Official End of Life date: March 2022.
- Official End of Support date: July 2023.
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