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    NessusWX 1.4.4 Already!

    They just keep crankin' them out. Here you go...hot off the list...

    Hello all!

    New version of NessusWX is available. Differences from previous version are:

    - Added "copy to clipboard" function to protocol tracer
    - Added plugin grouping by ID, Family, or Category in plugin selection dialog
    - Added possibility to mark vulnerabilities as false positive by plugin ID (like delete)
    - Added possibility to delete multiple scans at a time in session result list
    - Added preview mode to scan status
    - Now it's possible to globally turn off warning about changing port scanner selection
    - Plugin families and categories now sorted alphabetically
    - Plugin/vulnerability search made case-insensitive
    - Added "owner" field to scan results list
    - Default well-known services list expanded
    - Fixed incorrect host statistic after deleting records

    Many thanks to Marc (nospaming-at-free-dot-fr) for ideas (he offers most of the changes).

    As usual, new version already available at http://www.securityprojects.org/nessuswx and will be available tomorrow on http://nessuswx.nessus.org (when mirroring operation will take place).

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    Cool. They actually made some of the feature requests that I made!

    Thanks for the NFO!

    I'm just full of bad news today....

    After installing NessusWX1.4.4, I went to "select plugins" and I noticed that none of the plugin names are listed next to the green checkmarks or red "Xs". I tried each view (Family, Category, etc) and had the same results. I then tried to run a scan and the NessusWX client blew out.

    I have reported these issues to Victor already. If anyone else has found any bugs, pass em along to victor@securityprojects.org

    --TH13

    Incase anyone is interested, I have attached a screenshot of the issue.
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    whey cool . . .

    that is one impressve changelog ;D

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    This is maybe a stupid/obvious question to you, guys but what's the diff btw Nessus & NessusWX?

    Thanx!
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    I will take that under advisement Jinx.

    Networker: The difference between the two is that NessusWX is a windows client used to connect to a Nessus server to initiate scans, save and view reports... However, client and server can be used on the same machine if you want to run everything from the *nix machine on which the Nessus application is loaded. The normal installation has client and server for the *nix platform.


    Hope that helps. Let me know if I am misunderstanding your question.


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    Thanx t2k2, it's very clear!
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