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Release Name: 6.0.10
This is the tenth maintenance release of the openvas-manager 6.0 module for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System release 8 (OpenVAS-8). This release no longer enables NVTs in the ACT_SETTINGS family automatically unless they are required by another NVT. It also 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, Jan-Oliver Wagner and Michael Wiegand.
Main changes compared to 6.0.9: * NVTs in the ACT_SETTINGS family are no longer automatically enabled. * The required minimum OpenVAS Libraries version has increased to 8.0.9. * An issue which cause an internal error when deleting scan configs using the PostgreSQL backend has been addressed. * An issue which cause host details to be missing under certain circumstances when using the pre-defined 'Discovery' scan config has been addressed. * An authentication cache for LDAP and Radius has been added. * An issue which caused the 'SCP' alert method to default to the XML report format has been addressed. * An issue which caused schedules to be removed from tasks under certain circumstances has been addressed. * An issue which caused schedules to be triggered too often under certain circumstances has been addressed. * An issue which caused schedules to be triggered multiple times after a time shift (e.g. DST switch) has been addressed. * An issue which caused deleting roles to fail under certain circumstances has been addressed. * Updated migration routine from SQLite to PostgreSQL. * Lowered minimum for automatic report removal from 5 to 2. * Character handling in LaTeX and PDF report formats has been improved. * Improved quoting for RFP "CSV Results". * Use global SSH known hosts for alert type "SCP". * Improved cleanup of temporary files upon errors during report generation. * Internal code cleanups. * Performance improvements.