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Current Release: 1.2.2 (April 2nd, 2014)

Changes:

- new features
  - OVAL 5.11 support turned on by default
  - included OVAL 5.11 schematron rules
  - DataStream can now contain OVAL 5.11
  - `oscap ds sds-compose` now supports --skip-valid parameter
- HTML report changes
  - Notably increased level of OVAL details
  - Table of contents is now generated for HTML guides
- maitenance
  - rhbz#1182242, rhbz#1159289 - @var_check & @var_ref exporting
  - solaris build fixes
  - xccdf:fix/instance processing fixes
  - improved (none) epoch processing in rpm probe
  - environmentvariable58 now emits warning messages when appropriate
  - offline mode improvements
  - other bugfixes

A tarball is available at openscap-1.2.2.tar.gz.

Archives can be found at https://fedorahosted.org/releases/o/p/openscap.

Fedora

OpenSCAP is available on Fedora repositories. To install the library, oscap tool and SCAP content run:

To install the oscap utility to your system, simply run the following command as root:

# yum install openscap openscap-utils openscap-content

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

The NIST certified version of OpenSCAP package is provided for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6. To install the oscap utility and OpenSCAP library to your system, simply run the following command as root:

# yum install openscap openscap-utils

Optionally, you can install SCE technology from Red Hat Enterprise Linux Optional Channel by following command:

# yum install openscap-engine-sce

Source Repository

The source repository for OpenSCAP is stored in git. Clone the repository by

$ git clone https://github.com/OpenSCAP/openscap.git

Web access

API

API changes and compatibility report is available at http://upstream-tracker.org/versions/openscap.html

SCAP Content

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Testing

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