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Rumble v1.13 The latest version of Rumble is live with small improvements across the board; better reports, improved role management, updates to asset correlation, and a handful of enhancements to the scan engine. Read on for the full list of changes since v1.12. User Roles & Permissions Organizations are now more self-sufficient through the addition of a new tab in the Your Team page. This section shows which users have access to the current organization and allows limited administrators to manage users for the active organization.
Rumble v1.12 What a year! It is hard to believe that Rumble 1.0 went live only 12 months ago. We wouldn’t be here without our amazing community – Thank you! The 1.12 release work was focused on the less visible parts of the platform; consistency, reliability, performance, bug fixes, infrastructure, and security-related efforts. Read on for the full list of changes since v1.11. Consistency & Reliability The scan engine now splits the discovery process into three distinct stages (ARP/ICMP), UDP discovery, and TCP scanning.
Rumble v1.11 After eleven releases and eleven months since our 1.0 launch we are happy to announce that v1.11 is live! The release adds Projects; temporary organizations that make it easy to manage one-off scans and professional services with Rumble. Also introduced in v1.11 is the ability to explore historical data, a new addon for Splunk Cloud, bulk asset changes via CSV import, over 10,000 new SNMP fingerprints, and much more!
Overview Recog may be one of the most underrated open source security projects of all time. Recog started off in the early 2000s as the fingerprinting backend for Rapid7’s Nexpose (aka InsightVM) vulnerability scanner. It was released as open source in 2014 and integrated into the Metasploit Framework and Metasploit Pro products. The fingerprint coverage continues to grow through analysis of the Project Sonar data and contributions by our team as part of Rumble development.
Overview Rumble 1.10 is live with continuous scanning, user interface updates, an event log, updates to the scan engine, additional fingerprints, and a new way to keep recurring scans in sync with their sites! Continuous Scanning All paid plans now support a new Continuous scanning option. This will run scans back-to-back, pausing only to apply agent updates. For folks who want to keep a close eye on their networks, continuous scans bring you fresher data, faster.