We have improved the way we discover relationships between endpoints, certificates, and certificate providers.
This has broad implications in both the amount of data that we process, as well as how that data can be usefully recorded and exposed through features. One example is that on endpoint views, you can see a list of other checks that are “related” to it.
Our scanning tool has been updated to support a very large number of checks.
With the above mentioned improvements to data discovery, the number of checks and endpoints that are scanned has dramatically increased. To support this increase, we’ve made performance and scale improvements to hagent, the SSL Hound scan tool.
This release was code named Alaskan Klee Kai. From Wikipedia:
The Alaskan Klee Kai is a spitz-type breed of dog, developed in the late 20th century as a companion-sized dog resembling the larger Alaskan Malamute. It is an energetic, intelligent dog with an appearance that reflects its northern heritage. Bred in three sizes, its weight range is from 5 to 22 pounds as an adult.
Read more at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaskan_Klee_Kai