March 0.51.2 version. Apiary project groups, CSV issue export & advanced Hive filters.
It seems like the spring equinox isn’t just bringing you day & night length equality but also a pack of new and long-awaited & some customer request Hexway Hive & Apiary features.
What’s in this update then?
- Apiary project groups
- Group-based filters
- Apiary CSV issue export
- First login password change
- Advanced Hive issue filters
- Important bugfixes and minor improvements that make your work even smoother
Many of our users were asking for this one, so it was at the top of our list. And it’s already here. You can now group your projects to work with them more strategically! Organize projects, navigate through the platform, and save time for better things. We’ve got you covered.
Where else can you use groups? Easy! We’ve also added groups as a filter for your future Apiary dashboard cards. You can now create cards based on your project groups and selected projects instead of just projects. Yay for automation!
CSV issue export
We know it’s essential to have options like sharing data with colleagues or analyzing the project based on found and fixed vulnerabilities. That’s precisely why we’ve decided to add CSV data export from Apiary. Just click the CSV button, and you’re all set up!
Required first login password change
Hexway is a safe place for pentest data and your clients. That’s why we continue to add different security improvements. You can now force users to change their passwords after the first platform login.
Advanced filters & issue sorting
Issues is one of the most popular sections in Hexway Hive & Apiary. That’s why it’s crucial for us to make it better for you. We’ve updated the Issues section with new flexible filters and sortings.
You can now use your own set of displayed columns based on the issue schema you’re using for the project and work with them in a new way. Use filters to set which fields you want to see in your issue list and which to skip.
By the way, the Detailed Issue panel is now resizable, so you can easily fit it into your screen. All these settings are personally associated with your account, so you can set them up once and use this setup through similar projects (if you’re using the same Issue Schema).
Bugfixes & minor improvements
- Switched to the latest neo4j 4.4.17 version
- Implemented service events-processor
- Nessus WAS scan bugfixes
- Checklist search improvements
- Updated nginx base image to fix CVE-2023-23914, CVE-2023-23915 & CVE-2023-23916
- Updated RabbitMQ to 3.11.10
- Bump redis version to 7.0.9
- Migration to postgres 12.14
- Migration to python 3.10.10