The following notes are provided to help you understand the major changes made between releases, and therefore may not include minor bug fixes and updates.
Anaconda Team Edition 6.1.3¶
Released August 10, 2020
CVEs will be automatically fed to and updated on the Team Edition dashboard, so you no longer have to mirror them.
CVEs will now be pulled down from NIST and listed as Reported (not curated).
CVEs that are curated by Anaconda will now be designated with a checkmark and a label defining the stage of curation.
You can now search for CVEs in the search bar at the top of Team Edition (Admin only).
CVEs are displayed using an algorithm. When one or more CVEs are associated with a package, the score that is displayed is based on the highest score and risk state of a CVE for each file.
Clicking on the number of CVEs related to a package file will show a CVE listing view.
The number of unique CVEs for a package is displayed at the package level.
When viewing files in a package, the appropriate CVE score (or N/A) will be displayed based on the number of CVEs and severity.
The metadata will now display all the CVEs score information.
All the packages affected by a CVE will be associated with that CVE.
Each CVE status can be seen by clicking on “info” icons and viewing meta information.
It is now more clear that the CVE number is a clickable link.
There is greater distinction between Anaconda curated and non-curated CVEs via a checkbox selection.
More than two mirrors can now be run at the same time.
The heirarchy for mirroring filters has been corrected; now, if a package is added to both “include” and “exclude,” the package will be excluded.
System metering (Prometheus) is now showing up properly.
Admins can now update user roles and create custom roles.