The OpenVAS developers are happy to announce the release
of openvas-libraries 3.1.3.

It fixes primarily a significant memory leak that will
improve high load performance by about 40%.

This release is recommended for anyone using OpenVAS
for large scans to improve performance.

Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release:
Chandrashekhar B, Matthew Mundell, Thomas Reinke
(the memory leak fixes), Michael Wiegand.

Main changes compared to 3.1.1:
* Significant memory leaks are closed.
* Bug fix for handling shared file descriptors that now
  prevents unnecessary use of new file descriptors under
  certain circumstances.
* Little fix in the nasl wmi api.

The source tarball for this release is available for download from the OpenVAS 
website at http://www.openvas.org/. Binary packages for major GNU/Linux 
distributions by third parties are expected to follow.

All the best

Dr. Jan-Oliver Wagner |  ++49-541-335084-0  |  http://www.greenbone.net/
Greenbone Networks GmbH, Neuer Graben 17, 49074 Osnabrück | AG Osnabrück, HR B 
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