Endpoint Protector Release History
Learn about the current and previous Endpoint Protector updates. Information regarding changes and enhancements is detailed in chronological order below.
Endpoint Protector – Product Update
Server Version 18.104.22.168
Windows Client: 22.214.171.124
Mac Client: 126.96.36.199
Linux Client: 188.8.131.52
EasyLock Client: 184.108.40.206
Server Version: 220.127.116.11
- The List of Computers provides additional information and the Computer Serial Number is now available.
- The option to switch between normal notifications and pop-up notifications has been added.
- The Content Aware Report logs provide additional information and the device Vendor ID, Product ID and Serial Number are now available.
- Improved support for macOS with M1 processors.
- Technology updates were made. (jQuery, X-Frame).
- The Exported Entities feature has been extended and the report now includes additional information such as MAC Address or Computer ID.
- Smart Group feature was added and will automatically assign Computers or Users with certain names to specific Groups.
- File Location, Network Share Allowlists and File Location Denylist can be now set for Groups of Computers.
- Source Code is now detected in clipboard content.
- Fixed some specific scenarios in which Source Code was not detected in documents such as DOCX, PPTX etc.
- Improvements were made regarding the path of files saved on File Shadow Repository.
- Blacklist and Whitelist terms have been replaced with Denylist and Allowlist.
- File Location Denylist limit was increased to 20 items.
- Minor Server UI misalignment adjustment and typos correction.
- Under certain circumstances, the Effective Rights report generated for multiple Content Aware Protection Policies would not include the full information. Fixed.
- Fixed a SIEM issue where a Content Aware Protection log could get duplicated or trunked.
- Grace Period behaved as when the licenses were expired. Fixed.
- Regex expression was not displayed when including special Spanish characters. Fixed.
- The File Tracing has been extended and the direction of the monitored traffic can be defined: Outgoing Traffic, Incoming Traffic or Both. This only applies to macOS starting with 11.0 version and Windows.
- For Windows, the Bluetooth File Transfers for devices that have not been paired can be completely enabled or disabled.
- Only the first 6 digits from a credit card number will be displayed from now on in order to comply with the PCI requirements.
- Webcam was not blocked on macOS running M1 processor. Fixed.
- EPP Client tried to eject the disk where the system is installed on macOS running on M1 processor. Fixed.
Content Aware Protection
- The Peer Certificate Validation has been added, allowing an extra certificate validation and blocking websites using untrusted certificates.
- The option to choose between scanning the printed document vs. the printed pages has been added for Windows.
- Improved the DPI functionality when used in conjunction with Chromium and searching on google.com.
- Additional file types such as ADOC, JT, MXF and IPT have been added.
- Additional PIIs such as Canada Driving License are now supported.
- In some circumstances, the Text Inspection functionality could cause text file type false positives in Google Sheets or Slack. Fixed.
- The Text Inspection functionality on Slack could not accurately detect some special characters. Fixed.
- Fixed issues on Regexes containing certain special Spanish characters.
- In some circumstances, the Clipboard monitoring for apps such as Sticky Notes would not work as intended. Fixed.
- On macOS, with DPI enabled, when multiple requests occurred simultaneously, websites could load only partially. Fixed.
- In some specific cases, confidential content was not detected. Fixed.
- Fix for Mattermost attachments which were not scanned while Test Inspection was off.
EasyLock Enforced Encryption
- On Windows, in some circumstances, after the endpoint wakes up from sleep mode, the TD1+ right would try to deploy EasyLock on an empty SD card. Fixed.
- Fixed EasyLock deployment issues on BigSur, when certain Content Aware Protection Policies were scanning USB devices.
- EasyLock could not be used while Read Only or TD1+ otherwise Read Only right was set. Fixed.