Lynis 1.5.9

- New NetBSD test for vulnerable software packages [PKGS-7380]
- Test if Debian based systems need a reboot [KRNL-5830]
- Test for running Sendmail daemon [MAIL-8880]
- Test for availability of mtree [FINT-4330]
- Check for lp daemon (printing) [PRNT-2314]
- Added Qmail status detection [MAIL-8860]
- New NetBSD boot loader test [BOOT-5126]
- Added test for automation tools like Cfengine and Puppet [TOOL-5002]
- Added KRNL-5830 control to website
- Added detection for Puppet
- Added tooling category

- Security repository test extended with /etc/apt/sources.list.d [PKGS-7388]
- Added exception case for CUPS configuration (listen statement) [PRNT-2308]
- Improved detection of TMOUT setting in shell profile file [SHLL-6220]
- Perform promiscuous interfaces test for NetBSD as well [NETW-3014]
- Perform swap partition parameters test on all systems [FILE-6336]
- Also check password file on DragonFlyBSD and NetBSD [AUTH-9208]
- Show message regarding toor user for all systems [AUTH-9204]
- Check for available interfaces on NetBSD as well [NETW-3004]
- Extended UFS file system test with FFS support [FILE-6329]
- Improvements for step-tickers file test [TIME-3160]
- Perform sockstat test for NetBSD [NETW-3012]
- Gather IP addresses for NetBSD [NETW-3008]
- Test MAC addresses on NetBSD [NETW-3006]
- Added /usr/X11R7/bin directory to search for binaries
- Improved full qualified domain name (FQDN) check for Linux
- Don't show follow-up hints when there are no warnings or suggestions
- Improved IsRunning function to better target processes
- Several smaller adjustments in text and descriptions
- Extended ReportException function with logging text
- Improved GetHostID function for NetBSD and Solaris
- Added printing_daemon and mail_daemon to report
- Binaries extended with tools like kstat, puppet

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