JSA Vulnerability Manager and JSA Risk Manager
JSA Vulnerability Manager 7.4.0 introduces a new search parameter to identify controversial vulnerabilities, and enhancements to vulnerability exceptions. JSA Risk Manager 7.4.0 introduces improved support for JUNOS OS Network Address Translation.
Controversial Vulnerabilities Search Parameters
JSA Vulnerability Manager 7.4.0 includes new search parameters that leverage vulnerability data that is retrieved from multiple scanners. The Found by Scanner and Not Found by Scanner parameters provide the following benefits:
Reduce data set redundancy through the removal of duplicate vulnerabilities.
Improve quality of results by reducing potential false positives
Compare vulnerabilities discovered by multiple scanners to improve scanning techniques and identify shortcomings.
Enhancement to Vulnerability Exceptions
JSA Vulnerability Manager 7.4.0 removes a limitation that allowed users to create exceptions for only one vulnerability instance in an exception rule. You can now create rules that include exceptions for multiple vulnerabilities.
For more information about these adapters, see the Supported adapters section of the Juniper Secure Analytics Vulnerability Manager User Guide.
JSA Risk Manager support for JUNOS OS Network Address Translation (NAT)
JSA Risk Manager 7.4.0 introduces improved support for Network Address Translation (NAT) functionality in JUNOS OS devices to cater to service-sets. NAT provides increased security for your JSA deployment because requests are managed through the conversion process and internal IP addresses are hidden. Unlike other devices that perform NAT, JUNOS OS NAT functions use expansion cards to perform the NAT process.
For more information about the JUNOS OS adapter, see the Supported adapters section of the Juniper Secure Analytics Risk Manager Adapter Configuration Guide.