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Release Name: 6.0.7
This is the seventh maintenance release of the openvas-manager 6.0 module for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System release 8 (OpenVAS-8). This release addresses a number of issues discovered after the release of OpenVAS Manager 6.0.6 and incorporates several improvements from the development branch of OpenVAS. Please see below for a comprehensive list of changes. Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this release: Hani Benhabiles, Matthew Mundell, Timo Pollmeier and Michael Wiegand.
Main changes compared to 6.0.6: * A new alert method "Send" has been added, for sending the report to a TCP listener. * Support for using the 'Verinice Source ID' tag in the Verinice_ISM report format has been added. * Support for triggering and alert when a powerfilter matches a certain number of results has been added. * Support for importing OSP scan configs has been added. * OSP support has been improved. * An issue which caused a master to attempt to clean up non-existent credentials on its slave has been fixed. * An issue which caused prognostic reports to be unavailable in the NBE report format has been fixed. * An issue which caused a database migration to fail under certain circumstances has been fixed. * An issue which caused overrides to not be applied in the CSV report format has been fixed. * An issue which caused the internal scheduler to stop manually started tasks under certain circumstances has been fixed. * An issue which made it possible to delete ESXi credentials while they were still be used by a task has been addressed. * An issue which caused rebuild processes to hang under certain circumstances has been fixed. * An issue which caused incorrect NVT counts under certain circumstances has been fixed. * An issue which caused the "Attach HTML report" parameter to be absent from the Verinice_ISM report format has been fixed. * The handling of slave task after a connection loss between master and slave has been improved. * The handling of the "once" schedule has been improved. * Database locking when rebuilding has been improved to prevent processes from accessing the database in an inconsistent state. * Improved handling of signals during an active rebuild. * A number of memory leaks have been removed. * Documentation has been updated. * Several performance improvements.