April has seen a number of developments both in terms of features, user experience, and scanner features for both business and enterprise users.
In terms of dashboard functionality, we have...
Added Bulk SelectMade it possible for users to bulk select issues raised by the scanner, and mark them en masse as either resolved, unresolved, or as false positives.
Improved Subscription SystemWe have improved how the subscription system works, so you can now manage the limits on your domain subscription more effectively.
Improved privilege & user notification systemUsers will get better email notifications when a new developer/owner is added or removed from the project management system.
We've also improved the email distribution for when project members are assigned tasks.
Over the course of April we have also made a number of improvements to the scanner. These include:
GDPR Compliancy IssuesYour server location matters to your GDPR compliance, and our scanner now checks that it is indeed based in Europe. We will be adding more GDPR specific checks to the scanner over time.
WordPress VulnerabilitiesWe have further increased the number of known WordPress vulnerabilities that our scanners look for, with more than 200 new issues added.
Drupal VulnerabilitiesWe have improved our Drupal vulnerability scanner, as it now covers more than 1,000 new issues that can affect platforms.
Moodle ScanningWe now also scan [Moodle](https://moodle.org/) websites, covering more than 350 known vulnerabilities.
Moodle is a platform commonly used as an e-learning repository by universities, schools, and workplaces.