New Linux Security 64 (12.0.189) and BaseGuard (1.0.458) updates have been released. BaseGuard is part of Linux Security 64. These updates introduces the following changes:
- CSLP-3550: Linux Security 64 installations can now be managed using PSB portal. When Linux Security 64 is installed in PSB managed mode, PSB portal can be used to modify product configuration, inspect device status and initiate various remote operations on the client.
- CSLP-3720: Fixed an issue where content packages created using the Windows version of Policy Manager were incompatible with Linux Security 64.
- CSLP-3707: Linux Security 64 can now be installed on Debian 9 and Debian 10 systems running the “default” SELinux policy. This extends our existing SELinux support for the “targeted” SELinux policy on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, CentOS 7, CentOS 8, and Oracle Linux 7. Please note that installing the product on Debian 9 and Debian 10 systems running SELinux requires the use of the latest product installation package. You can download the latest installation package at https://www.f-secure.com/fi/business/downloads/linux-security-64
- Added support for Ubuntu 20.04 and Oracle Linux 8.