A new endpoint has been added to the Tenable.io API to allow customers to force stop a scan. A force stop aborts all the scan's tasks and updates the scan status to
aborted. You can only force stop a scan that has a status of
publishing. For more information about scan statuses, see Scan Status.
Frictionless Assessment has entered the End-of-Provisioning phase of its product lifecycle. New customers after May 15, 2023 will not be able to deploy Frictionless Assessment connectors; however, customers prior to May 15, 2023 and can continue to deploy and use Frictionless Assessment connectors.
Documentation is now available for new Tenable.io MSSP Portal endpoints. The new endpoints add support for the following functionalities:
Tenable applies rate limiting and concurrency limiting to the Tenable.io API to ensure that all customers experience the same level of service. The existing concurrency limit has been reduced to 25 active scans per Tenable.io container. Additionally, this limit includes the processing of agent scan data.
Tenable is decommissioning legacy domains to increase its cloud platform's reliability, performance, and security. The *.svc.nessus.org domain will be decommissioned on April 30th, 2023. Tenable recommends that you update any existing integrations that your organization has before this date.
A new endpoint has been added to the Tenable PCI ASV API to allow customers to retrieve details for a specified PCI attestation. You can specify the attestation you want to retrieve details for via the
attestation_uuid path parameter. For more information about PCI ASV, see Get Started with PCI ASV Scanning in the Tenable.io User Guide.
Tenable removed the documentation for several of the v3 beta endpoints on February 22nd, 2023. The v3 beta endpoints were sometimes referred to collectively as the explore workbench API. Tenable recommends that customers discontinue their use of the beta endpoints for production and integration purposes. Refer to the Alternative Endpoints section for alternatives.
The user permissions requirement for v2 exports has been reduced from ADMINISTRATOR  to BASIC . For more information about permissions and roles, see Permissions.
A new endpoint has been added to the Tenable PCI ASV API to allow customers to list PCI attestations. The endpoint accepts a query parameter called
status_type to filter the results by status. For more information about PCI ASV, see Get Started with PCI ASV Scanning in the Tenable Vulnerability Management User Guide.