Welcome to Lucent Sky AVM version 1807. There are a number of significant changes in this release that cover almost every aspect of Lucent Sky AVM, from analysis, remediation to API and web interface.
Lucent Sky AVM v1806 was released earlier this week and is loaded with lots of under-the-hood tinkering. Enhancements to the analysis engines will improve analysis results, and a good number of UI bugs and cosmetic issues were addressed.
We are excited to release Lucent Sky AVM version 1805. As hinted two months ago, Lucent Sky AVM 1805 brings support for Python applications. Other highlights of this release include performance improvements, better support for Maven and MSBuild and more streamlined management.
Lucent Sky AVM version 1804 is the latest iteration of Lucent Sky AVM. In addition to the change of version naming scheme, this release brings exciting new features such as search and Maven support, as well as architectural improvements such as updated scan result codes.
Over the last two years, some of our customers have been telling us that in addition to scanning server and mobile applications, they want to scan the applications they built for data science. We know the ability to analyze data accurately and securely would be a key for enterprises, so we set out to see how to make Lucent Sky AVM useful for data scientists. After 18 months of research by our engineering team, we are proud to announce that Lucent Sky AVM now supports a technology stack that has been the pioneer of data science, punched card.
Lucent Sky AVM 5.1 is the first part of two releases that will bring new management features, such as searching, tagging and filtering. Additionally, the vulnerability priority algorithm has been updated. Also included in this release are several bug fixes on Java scanning issues and web UI improvements.
Lucent Sky AVM 5.0.1 is a maintenance release, including minor features and improvements that were planned but were not shipped as part of v5.0, as well as several hotfixes for web UI and IDE plug-ins.
Lucent Sky AVM 5.0 is the second major release of 2017. It brings architectural updates and performance improvements from CLEAR Engine API 2.0, as well as numerous new features such as expanded availability of context-aware remediation suggestion.
As part of Lucent Sky AVM 5.0, CLEAR Engine's API has been updated to 2.0. The CLEAR Engine API is used by web UI, CLI and other customer-built interfaces. The v2 API is not backward-compatible with the v1 API found in Lucent Sky AVM 2.0 to 4.8.