For GOS 22.04, a new patch level is available.
This release brings some improvements. The performance when editing scan configurations or policies on the web interface, and the performance of gvmd rebuilds was improved.
The error message displayed when clicking a CPE name that does not have a linked CPE entry was reworded, and now the reason for a missing CPE entry is displayed.
Additionally, the RAM limit of the appliance model Greenbone Enterprise 150 was increased from 6 GB to 8 GB.
Two bugs concerning the TippingPoint alert method were fixed:
- The first fixed error was that the setting Use workaround default certificate for a TippingPoint alert was not saved.
- The second error was that uploading an unsupported certificate file format for a TippingPoint alert did not show a warning but silently corrupted the alert data used by gmvd.
Furthermore, this release upgrades the Linux kernel from version 5.10.179-1 to version 5.10.191-1 for virtual appliances, and from version 5.10.186-greenbone1 to version 5.10.192-greenbone-1 for hardware appliances, fixing multiple CVEs.
In total, GOS 22.04.14 covers 8 improvement, 11 bug fixes, and 4 security fixes. For a complete list of changes, see the Roadmap & Lifecycle page: