Here is the body of the message in my scan report:
This script checks and reports an outdated or end-of-life scan engine for the following environments: - Greenbone Source Edition (GSE) - Greenbone Security Manager TRIAL (formerly Greenbone Community Edition (GCE)) used for this scan. NOTE: While this is not, in and of itself, a security vulnerability, a severity is reported to make you aware of a possible decreased scan coverage or missing detection of vulnerabilities on the target due to e.g.: - missing functionalities - missing bugfixes - incompatibilities within the feed
Installed GSM TRIAL / GCE version: 21.04.4 Latest available GSM TRIAL version: 21.04.9 Reference URL: Free Trial - Greenbone Networks
|Details:||Report outdated / end-of-life Scan Engine / Environment (local) OID: 18.104.22.168.4.1.25622.214.171.124560|
Update to the latest available stable release for your scan environment. Please check the references for more information. If you’re using packages provided by your Linux distribution please contact the maintainer of the used distribution / repository and request updated packages. If you want to accept the risk of a possible decreased scan coverage or missing detection of vulnerabilities on the target you can set a global override for this script as described in the linked GSM manual.
I’m very new to this, so how do I go about updating to the latest version/scan engine? When I set up GSM, I downloaded their virtual machine file and loaded that onto one of my ESXi hosts and manage it from there.