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What’s New with OpenRMF

Please refer to the OpenRMF Projects listing on GitHub for more information on feature updates and timeline.

Version 1.5.4

Version 1.5.4 added the updated DISA Templates from April 27 and April 28 2021. These allow you to match on SCAP scan uploads to automatically create checklists.

Version 1.5.3

Version 1.5.3 included these updates:

  • Keycloak v 12.0.3 OpenRMF Theme
  • Download All CKL into ZIP for a System Package
  • Merge POAM and RAR fields into one for XLSX download
  • Table cell click for filtering Checklists and Templates Vulnerabilities listing
  • Color code reports for status
  • Improved UI on messaging and spacing
  • Various small bug fixes

Version 1.5.2

Version 1.5.2 included one update:

  • Update to Keycloak v 12.0.3
  • Fix for Keycloak Windows-based realm creation script

Version 1.5.1

Version 1.5.1 included a few updated features:

  • Updated base image and application container image to use Alpine and self-contained application executables for reduced scanning surface and size
  • Bug fix for the Reporting when you upgrade to a new STIG Checklist release with changing Vulnerability IDs
  • Auto-logoff after 15 minutes
  • Auto-refresh of the Keycloak token when on a page longer than 5 minutes

Version 1.4

Version 1.4 included one added feature:

  • Feature #216: Ability to upload OpenSCAP results XCCDF XML file to create Checklists, along with Nessus and DISA SCAP XCCDF XML results

Version 1.3.2

Version 1.3.2 was a bug fix release primarily as outlined below:

  • Fix score calculation bug #213 on checklists for Not a Finding counts
  • Added additional DISA public STIG Templates

Version 1.3.1

Version 1.3.1 was a bug fix release primarily as outlined below:

  • Fix a bug #203 on CAT 3 checklist Not a Finding counts not matching the checklist file
  • Updated to the Jan 22, 2021 DISA public STIG templates

Version 1.3

Version 1.3 was a bug fix release primarily as outlined below:

  • Display the status of the vulnerability in the checklist/template view
  • Scoring a checklist now uses the Severity Override as the severity if it is filled in (API and MSG client)
  • Fixed a bug in the low/moderate/high loading of NIST 800.53 Controls
  • Fixed a bug where PII controls are always used in the Compliance engine – now only if the checkbox is set

Version 1.2

Version 1.2 was also a security fix primarily with some updated functionality as outlined below:

  • .NET Core 3.1 update with Debian 10 based containers
  • Updated .NET Core 3.1 components such as Jaeger client, Swashbuckle, etc.
  • Keycloak 10 upgrade from 7.0
  • Keycloak theme for OpenRMF for seamless look-and-feel interaction
  • Header Security fixes from an active scan of the web application
  • Compliance Summary buttons are interactive for filtering now
  • Help documentation is now local to the application, not up on github.io pages

Version 1.1

Version 1.1 was a security fix primarily with some updated functionality as outlined below:

  • Rootless containers for APIs, messages, NGINX, and MongoDB databases
  • Updated jQuery, File Upload, Bootstrap and other JS components
  • Security Fixes from an active scan of the web application
  • Upload an existing checklist for a given checklist type and host = update the info (it was just duplicating the information)
  • Allow Bulk Edits on Vulnerabilities across similar checklist types within a System grouping
  • Container “restart: always” on the Docker Compose file
  • All CSS, HTML, JS are local not reaching out over the public Internet

Version 1.0

Version 1.0 of OpenRMF Core has these updates below:

  • Fixing a bug on the Web UI updating Vulnerabilities via the web form in a checklist
  • Updating the version descriptions to 1.0 throughout the codebase

Version 0.15

Version 0.15 is the last update before going to version 1.0 of OpenRMF Core. The recent updates on that are below:

  • Migrating the Web UI and all APIs behind NGINX for a single port 8080
  • Automatically updating the checklist score on the page when editing a vulnerability status
  • Various small bug fixes

Version 0.14

The recent updates on version 0.14 are below:

  • A new Report API for certain reports, using eventual consistency for behind the scenes reporting and faster data.
  • Better indexing across all databases.
  • Caching of certain data to quicken retrieving (reports, control listing, list of values, etc.).
  • A new NATS Client Metrics exporter and Grafana dashboard we created to track metrics to the consumer level.

Version 0.13

The recent updates for version 0.13 are below:

  • Showing the CCI title and NIST related controls for each Vulnerability in a Checklist
  • Export the Compliance listing to MS Excel
  • Updated /healthz checks for Kubernetes for database connectivity
  • Model showing an external API connected to OpenRMF via Kong API Gateway for “Scoring” a raw checklist
  • All APIs show tracing information in Jaeger UI
  • Initial Kubernetes CNI network policies in the Helm 3.0 chart

Version 0.12

The latest working version is version 0.12. The recent updates on that are below:

  • Live editing of Checklist Asset data and Vulnerability status data
  • Showing the version of the checklist
  • Updated UI of the Template page to match the Checklist page
  • Filtering on the System page listing checklists by status and severity/category of Vulnerabilities across all System checklists
  • Filtering on the Checklist page by status and severity/category of Vulnerabilities within that checklist
  • Create a Test Plan Summary across your System of Checklists and Nessus ACAS scan data
  • Updated color coding throughout the UI for Open items to show severity / category better
  • Generating the POA&M for Open and Not Reviewed items for a system (across all checklists)
  • Generating the Risk Assessment Report (RAR) for a system (across all checklists)
  • Generating the Test Plan Summary for a system (across all checklists)
  • Upgrading a Checklist to the latest version and release with the click of a button!

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