Lynis 1.1.3

- Added security updates check for Fedora, RHEL 5.x, CentOS 5.x
- Added Linux kernel version check
- Most stable tests have an unique ID now
- Skipped tests have their reason to skip logged
- Added /etc/lynis/plugins to searchable plugin directory targets
- Added Register() function, to handle tests, prerequisites and counter
- Added new crypto tests
- Added profile option "test_skip_always" to blacklist a specific test

- Extended default profile location for FreeBSD
- Extended accounting test to include pacct as well
- Improved tests from categories: shells
- Disabled skel tests
- Several tests log their warnings into the report file now
- Changed Linux default runlevel test
- Extended man page

- Auditor name didn't get logged properly to report file.
- Changed Debian/Ubuntu kernel update test, so it won't be tested on others
- Exim test failed, due to using an incorrect variable name

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We help companies with auditing and hardening their Unix, Linux and macOS systems.

Our software solution performs in-depth security audits and provides guidance. This way you are quickly underway in getting your systems safe and secure.

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