The latest release of Nipper 2.6.4 brings multiple improvements from version 2.6.3.
Report Improvements• Nipper will now show single Password Policy Violations within a table
• New Finding IDs have been added to the Security Report. These can now be used to help order the report further.
Accuracy Improvements• Dell Sonicwall devices are now shown as "Sonicwall"
Other Improvements• Fixed an issue where OSPF table names would show their name as "PROCNAME" rather than "Virtual Routers"
• When adding a license through the CLI application, Nipper will now prompt the user to add their serial or activation key, if the respective CLI arguments are blank or missing
• Nipper now supports the auditing of Watchguard XTMv devices through the CLI
• Fixed an issue that occurred when importing a CSV file containing a Palo Alto device, causing a prompt to appear and subsequent report failure
• Fixed a hyperlink within the License Agreement, that redirected the user to an incorrect web page
• Running an audit against Fortigate FG100D Firewalls no longer produces a "Serious Error Has Occurred" message
• Fixed an issue where users attempting to export an XML file of a Vulnerability audit (performed against a Juniper SRX device) would cause an error
• Fixed an issue where enabling the "Send email as attachment" setting would fail to attach a log file to the email being sent
• Fixed an issue where enabling the "Order by CVE Reference" setting would cause some Vulnerabilities to not be ordered correctly
• URLs have been updated
• Redundant PCI Report Settings have been removed from the CLI help guide