Noteworthy changes include:
- Parasoft C/C++test and Jtest version 10.3 (tools for assessing C/C++ and Java Source packages, respectively) can now be added to a SWAMP-in-a-Box installation. You must license Parasoft C/C++test and/or Jtest and obtain either the 32-bit or 64-bit tool archive files separately from Parasoft.
- OWASP Dependency Check version 2.1.1, a tool for assessing Java Source and Java Bytecode packages, can now be added to a SWAMP-in-a-Box installation. The tool can be configured to get National Vulnerability Database information from a server that you set up to retrieve updates on a periodic basis, or, in cases where SWAMP-in-a-Box runs without internet access, a version of the tool with static National Vulnerability Database information can be created and installed. Versions of OWASP Dependency Check bundled with previous installations of SWAMP-in-a-Box will be removed when you upgrade.
- Spotbugs version 3.1.0 is now available for assessing Java Source Code and Java Bytecode packages. This tool is a fork of Findbugs. When you choose to run assessments for a Java package using “All” tools, a Spotbugs assessment will be generated but a Findbugs assessment will not. You can still specifically select Findbugs to generate a Findbugs assessment.
- SWAMP now provides support for C/C++ packages that build using autotools to generate their configure files. “Autotools+Configure+Make” is now available as a Build System for C/C++ packages.
- Assessment Completion Notification emails can now be sent from SWAMP-in-a-Box installations configured to enable outgoing SWAMP emails.
- We’ve made improvements to the Native result viewer. Specifically, results are now spread across multiple pages. Controls are available to set the number of weaknesses shown on a page and navigate from page to page.
- CentOS and Scientific Linux 6.9 (32-bit and 64-bit) assessment platforms are now available. If a CentOS or Scientific Linux 6.7 platform was previously installed as an add on, we recommend you download and install these new versions.
- SWAMP administrators can now stop Condor jobs from the Review Status page. Assessment and Metric runs are not completed and assigned a status of Terminated. Viewer runs are stopped without saving the viewer database, so any changes made in the current viewer session are lost.
- General enhancements and bug fixes.
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