Paul Bowden brought up a point about this release that I wanted to cover a bit more after discussing it with him.
As you might have noticed, the "major" config version has changed from "5" to "6". Meaning, it used to be 1.5.x.x and now it is 1.6.x.x.
The significance of this in "real life" is that the previous runs of ExBPA cannot be reanalyzed with this new set of rules.
Previous EXBPA reports will open just fine after you upgrade to this version of rules, but you can't use the new XML to re-analyze a previous (old) report.
For example, if you used 220.127.116.11 to do a scan and then upgraded to 18.104.22.168 of the XML, the next time you opened the previous scan, the 22.214.171.124 rules would be applied to the old run; and you may see some new problems show up. However, if you did a scan with 126.96.36.199 and then upgraded to 188.8.131.52 of the XML, then when you open the old run, you'll see the same issues as before. New issues that the new set of rules might trigger will not show up unless you re-run the scan completely.