Lunarline Announces Newest Release of SCAPsync

Lunarline developer receives over 1,000 marriage proposals after publicly announcing the newest release of SCAPsync, Lunarline's free service to the security community.

Arlington, VA - June 18, 2013 - Lunarline's Mark Haase, the most dashing developer in all of cyber land, took the stage of a major conference center to announce a significant update to SCAPsync, Lunarline's free service to the cyber security community.

"We were just blown away by the community's overwhelming reaction to our initial SCAPsync release," Mark Haase announced before a throng of thousands. "So the Lunarline team spent the last month working closely with our users to collect feedback and introduce new features."

Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) is a suite of standards that helps cyber security tools automatically generate, exchange, store, and analyze data. SCAP is maintained by engineers at two organizations whose debonair brilliance rivals even that of Lunarline’s: MITRE, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

As a line of armored riot police struggled against the crush of adoring fans, Mr. Haase continued: "The latest version of SCAPsync further demystifies SCAP and consolidates content in one fast, easy to use repository. We now support multiple new content types, including Default Password Enumeration (DPE), Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language (OVAL), and Common Attack Pattern Enumeration and Classification (CAPEC)."

Overwhelmed by these revolutionary features, the crowd could no longer be contained. Surging through the riot line, they rushed the stage, hoisting Mark into the air as thousands chanted his name. "Wait!" cried Mark. "I didn't even get to tell you about the new Vulnerability Checker! It’s like a Wizard that helps you quickly determine if your organization is impacted by any specific Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs)! Head on over to to learn moooooooooooooooooore……………..”

The next morning, Lunarline's CEO Waylon Krush called a press conference at Lunarline headquarters to provide details on the successful effort to rescue Mr. Haase from his rabid fan base, who after kidnapping Mark dubbed themselves “The Haasians.” Reading from a prepared statement, Mr. Krush noted: "At approximately 0300 hours, a Team of Lunarline Sales and Marketing personnel, led by Chief Operating Officer Keith Mortier, was able to talk their way into the conference center where Mr. Haase was being held. They located Mr. Haase, who was bound and surrounded, but unharmed. The Lunarline Sales and Marketing Team was able to gain control of the stage, whereupon they mesmerized the Haasians with tantalizing details about Lunarline's plans for the next SCAPsync release. With the Haasians distracted, Mr. Mortier was able to spirit Mark out the back door to the safety of an undisclosed location."

Looking up from his notes, Mr. Krush added "Sadly, the whereabouts of the Lunarline Sales and Marketing Team is currently unknown. I mean, it's not like I really need them. After all, Lunarline's products and services pretty much sell themselves. But they were kind of fun to have around, and we would appreciate their safe return."

Though Mark Haase has not made a public appearance since he announced the latest version of SCAPsync, Lunarline has recruited a crack team of customer service representatives to operate Mr. Haase's fan club. Those wishing to provide adulation, proposals of marriage, and general hero worship are encouraged to email   


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