This article describes the new features and improvements in PSB E-mail and Server Security 11.00. It also lists the dropped features.
You can filter out potentially dangerous content types on unknown websites. By default, the filtering is disabled.
Web Console navigation is revised, the terminology is adjusted to be more clear and self-descriptive. Some pages and tabs that had common functionalities have been combined to make the administration easier.
The new version has a new web application for the email quarantine management for help desk users. The application is aimed for users with limited access and no administrative privileges, and it provides a subset of quarantine management functionality. Web Console features are not affected by this application. To deploy Email Quarantine Management application, see the configuration instructions that are provided with the product installer.
Added support to scan email boxes in the report-only mode. When running in this mode, the email content is not modified, for example no disinfection or other content-altering operations take place.
When you assign an operation from the portal to a client, the client performs the operation within a very short period of time and no longer waits until the next polling interval. The client reports back to the portal on the completion of the operation or when its state changes. If you have limited connections from the client to the Internet, you must allow HTTPS access to the real-time service backend to ensure that the client can use the new functionality. Addresses of the real-time services can be found here: https://community.f-secure.com/t5/Business/Real-time-operation-support-and/ta-p/82413.
To improve security and privacy, all communication between end-point computers and F-Secure PSB servers are now encrypted using the HTTPS protocol. This improvement secures the data transmission between the client and F-Secure PSB servers so that it cannot be monitored by external malicious interceptors on the route. If you have limited connections from the client to the Internet, you need to allow HTTPS access to the F-Secure update server. To check the server address in the product user interface, open F-Secure PSB Workstation Security and go to Settings > Other settings > Automatic updates > Update server. To the update server address, enable the HTTPS protocol on port 443 in addition to HTTP on port 80.
F-Secure services are configured to restart automatically if they stop unexpectedly.
Email and Server Security triggers alerts if F-Secure Quarantine Management (FQM) runs into problems. The product comes with Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 2 Express.
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