New Linux Security 64 Update has been released. This update includes the following changes:
- CSLP-3561: Fixed scheduled scanner issue with renaming and deleting harmful files as a non-root user in directories with the sticky bit set.
- CSLP-3356: To support isolated environments with restricted network connectivity, Linux Security 64 can now also be activated by using content stored on the file system (without downloading data over the network), and automatic product and virus definition database updates over the network can be disabled at installation time.
- CSLP-3614: Fix memory leak in scheduled scanning service.
- Added support for Policy Manager Proxies.
- Added support for stopping/starting all the services related to the product.
- Linux Security 64 now prevents locally changing settings that are marked as locked in Policy Manager.
- Miscellaneous enhancements and bug fixes.
- CSLP-3651: Product installation may fail with errors about installing databases when installing the product using a content package. As a workaround, try uninstalling the product as instructed in the Uninstalling the product section of the User Guide and retry the installation.
offline-update program will always install all product updates immediately, regardless of any customizations made in the product configuration to the schedule for installing updates.