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Nessus Network Monitor 5.7.1 Release Notes - 12/19/2018
New Features and Changed Functionality
The following are the new features included in NNM 5.7.1
- Over 600 new ICS devices can now be detected by NNM when connected to Industrial Security (Premium Content only available with an IS Subscription). These include the following vendors' devices:
- Fuji (300)
- Hitachi (150)
In addition, the following default functionality has been changed for NNM in version 5.7.1:
PII Obfuscation Mode has been added as a standard configuration option and by default is now enabled. PII Obfuscation mode was previously an undocumented feature and disabled by default.
- To enable PII Obfuscation Mode, there are two approaches:
- From the CLI, use the following command:
/opt/nnm/bin/nnm --config --add"Enable PII Obfuscation" "1"
- From within the NNM User Interface:
- Click on the Gear Icon at the top right corner of the NNM UI and choose Configuration
- When presented with the NNM Settings Tab, choose Advanced from the Settings Type dropdown control.
- The third setting on the Advanced Settings page is the Enable PII Obfuscation field. Setting the field to:
1 - results in enabling PII Obfuscation.
0 - results in disabling PII Obfuscation.
- When PII Obfuscation is enabled, all characters of PII detected and displayed in the plugin output will be masked with asterisks (example: *******)
- When PII Obfuscation is disabled, all characters of PII detected and displayed in the plugin output will be unmasked and presented in clear text.
- NNM not respecting proxy settings for T.io Registration
Support is available for the following platforms:
- Red Hat Linux ES 5 / CentOS 5 64-bit
- Red Hat Linux ES 6 / CentOS 6 64-bit
- Red Hat Linux ES 7 / CentOS 7 64-bit
- MacOS 10.9 - 10.13 64-bit
- Microsoft Windows Vista/7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (all 64-bit)
- Third Party Integrations/Libraries Updated
- xpLib has been upgraded, including the following component libraries: