"With news settling in that the makers of the network
vulnerability scanner Nessus will not open source the next version
of the software, the team behind the soon-to-be-renamed GNessUs
project is growing fast and attracting attention.
"Word broke on October 5 that Tenable Network Security, the
company founded in 1998 to hold the copyright for Nessus, would not
release Nessus 3.0 under the GNU General Public License
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