I talked to @Tom about this feature and his answer was, that this feature is not requested by any other customer (therefore it has a lower priority).
Currently VulnDetect only has a label for "Insecure" applications, for normal updates (that are not security related), there is no separate label available.
You have to expand each app manually to see available updates.
I think it would be very useful to see, which apps have updates available.
Here the mock up I created some years ago:
If you also think, this feature is useful, please upvote it (by clicking the "^" icon in the first posting in this topic).
Some Rules has been updated and does show a "Recommended" version, even if the version you got isn't flagged as insecure or EoL.
Right now we use the word "Recommended" in both cases.
This will be changed, so that Insecure and EoL triggers "Recommended".
And a different installed version than the latest known version from the vendor, will say "Suggested".
When you see that the version we "Suggest" or "Recommend" is older or different from the one you just installed or updated to, then you are most welcome to send us a chat message, write a short message here on the forum or simply wait a day.
We are (in most cases) "alerted" automatically when you have a newer version and it ends up on our automatic "to do list". Normally, these new or unknown versions are updated / added within a day, but feel free to ping us if you are impatient to have a Rule updated.