Endpoint Protector Release History

Learn about the current and previous Endpoint Protector updates. Information regarding changes and enhancements is detailed in chronological order below.

26-October-2021

Endpoint Protector – Product Update

Server Version 5.4.0.5
Windows Client: 5.6.1.1
Mac Client: 2.4.0.9
Linux Client: 1.8.0.7

Endpoint Protector 5

General

  • Endpoint Protector Client (Intel & M1 optimized) has full support for macOS Monterey (check this FAQ before upgrading to macOS Monterey).
  • Endpoint Protector Client has full support for Windows 11.
  • The Deep Packet Inspection certificate can be regenerated to meet the more secure requirements of macOS Monterey.
  • Support FQDN for the Deep Packet Inspection certificate.
  • Content Threat Remediate logs were added in the SIEM section.

Bug fixes:

  • Search button was not working under Allowlist -> Network Share -> Computers.
  • Alerts were still sent to deleted Administrators.
  • MacOS Users were not able to create backups with Time Machine which was connected over LAN.
  • Improvement of the Single Sign On functionality.

Content Aware Protection

  • A timestamp was added for the User Remediation events in the Content Aware Protection tab from the notifier.
  • Detect .csv files by their own file-type.
  • User Remediation now works with Apply Paste restrictions and ​​Extend Paste restrictions from the Clipboard section.

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed the situation when not all entities were loaded in the Content Aware Policies section.
  • In some situations, File Size for User Remediation Events was reported as 0.

Deep Packet Inspection

General Improvements

  • Improved the processing of the Deep Packet Inspection Allowlist and Domain and URL Denylist.
  • Ignore some more background site data transfers, such as when clicking search results from bing.com.
  • Scale the notifier window for high Dots Per Inch (DPI) screen resolutions.

macOS

  • Deep Packet Inspection is supported on macOS Monterey (check this FAQ before upgrading to macOS Monterey).

Windows

  • HTTP/3 and QUIC requests to Google sites are now blocked on Windows using firewall rules, not only for the most popular browsers.

Bug fixes

  • When uploading multiple files to services such as Google Drive or Dropbox, only one file name was reported. Now, all the files containing threats are reported.
  • Fixed an issue in which uploads on Google Chrome were not scanned.
  • The Endpoint Protector Client now interoperates with multiple VPN solutions.
  • Multiple Content Aware Report logs were generated for Report Only policies when using Outlook.