Linux Security 64 Change Log

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  • Samuel_LSamuel_L Posts: 71 F-Secure Employee

    New Linux Security 64 update has been released

    New BaseGuard (1.0.568) and FSBG (1.0.548) updates have been released. BaseGuard and FSBG are part of Linux Security 64. This update includes the following changes:

    • CSLP-3953: Fixed an issue where scanning service could temporarily consume CPU resources excessively.
    • CSLP-3952: Fixed an issue where scanning results were sometimes inconsistent due to a caching related issue.
    • CSLP-3926: Fixed an issue where files were not properly cleaned up when offline updates were used.
    • CSLP-3951: Fixed an issue where an error about "invalid component in version element" was printed to the journal.
    • CSLP-3794: Fixed an issue where the same machine appeared with different names in different web services.
    • CSLP-3948: Fixed an issue where information about latest engine update was not correctly shown in Policy Manager.
    • CSLP-3950: Updated OpenSSL to 1.1.1k.
    • Miscellaneous enhancements and bug fixes.
    Jaims
  • Samuel_LSamuel_L Posts: 71 F-Secure Employee

    New pinnable Linux Security 64 version is available

    New pinnable Linux Security 64 version "linuxsecurity-2021_2" has been released. Product version pinning enables Linux Security 64 installation to be locked to a specific version of the product. When the product version has been pinned the installation will still receive new engine and definition updates. Linux Security 64 supports product version pinning when managed by Policy Manager.

    Each pinnable product version has an associated expiration date after which the version will no longer be supported. For "linuxsecurity-2021_2" the expiration date is 2022-06-16T09:00:00Z.

    "linuxsecurity-2021_2" contains the following components:

    •    Linux Security 64 version 12.0.242
    • FSBG version 1.0.548
    • BaseGuard version 1.0.568

    To learn more about product version pinning refer to the "Configuring automatic update options with Policy Manager" section of the Linux Security 64 manual

    Jaims
  • Samuel_LSamuel_L Posts: 71 F-Secure Employee
    edited September 23

    New Linux Security 64 update has been released

    New Linux Security 64 (12.0.266), BaseGuard (1.0.574), and FSBG (1.0.568) updates have been released. BaseGuard and FSBG are part of Linux Security 64. This update includes the following changes:

    • CSLP-3865: Triggering "send status update" action via Elements EPP Portal now causes Linux Security 64 to check for updates.
    • CSLP-3932: Files can now be excluded from integrity checking based on file name patterns.
    • CSLP-3762: Add support for SolarWinds RMM.
    • CSLP-3967: Made activation and uninstallation more robust.
    • CSLP-3924: Increased Security Cloud timeout to 30 minutes.
    • CSLP-3940: Fixed an issue where rename and remove operations did not work correctly when the file being operated on was located directly inside / directory.
    • Miscellaneous enhancements and bug fixes.

    Known Issues

    • Scanning files as a non-root user using fsanalyze command-line utility causes error message to be shown.
    • If the product is being used with Policy Manager 15.20 or older, detection alerts from fsanalyze will result in an unknown alert type error being shown in Policy Manager Console. This issue will be resolved in the upcoming version of Policy Manager.
  • Samuel_LSamuel_L Posts: 71 F-Secure Employee

    New Linux Security 64 update has been released

    New BaseGuard (1.0.576) update has been released. BaseGuard is a part of Linux Security 64. This update includes the following changes:

    • Miscellaneous enhancements and bug fixes.
  • Samuel_LSamuel_L Posts: 71 F-Secure Employee

    New Linux Security 64 update has been released

    New BaseGuard (1.0.579) update has been released. BaseGuard is a part of Linux Security 64. This update includes the following changes:

    • CSLP-3986: Fixed an issue where, under certain conditions, scanning could stop working following a large number of service restarts.
    • Miscellaneous enhancements and bug fixes.
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