The OpenVAS developers are happy to announce the release of openvas-libnasl
2.0.2. This is the second maintenance release of the openvas-libnasl module
for the Open Vulnerability Assessment System (OpenVAS) 2.0-series.

It fixes some issues discovered after the release of openvas-libnasl
2.0.1 and introduces support for upcoming features.

Effect when installing this version:
openvas-libnasl 2.0.2 requires openvas-libraries 2.0.4.
Please read effects of the openvas-libraries 2.0.4 release.
The newest OPENVAS_NASL_LEVEL is now 2320, which adds support for
mandatory keys. This feature will be used by NVTs in the future
to improve the scanner performance.

Main changes since 2.0.1:
* Extended the nasl syntax to support 'Mandatory Keys' as part of
  implementation of Change Request #39

* Closed bug #911 (http://bugs.openvas.org/911).
  This solved a linker problem related to gcrypt.
* The configure script now remembers its given arguments.

Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release: Vlatko Kosturjak,
Matthew Mundell, Jan Wagner, Jan-Oliver Wagner, Michael Wiegand and Felix


  Felix Wolfsteller

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