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Bitdefender GravityZone 5.1.25-483 Release Notes

GravityZone is a business security solution built from ground-up for virtualization and cloud to deliver security services to physical endpoints, mobile devices, virtual machines in private, public cloud and Exchange mail servers.

This article provides information on the changes delivered with the Bitdefender GravityZone version 5.1.25-483, released on May 12th, 2016.

note Note:
These release notes refer to services that may not be present in your GravityZone solution, such as Security for Exchange or Security for Mobile.

 

New Features and Improvements

Computers and Virtual Machines Protection

  • You can now define user and location-aware policies. For example, you can apply more restrictive firewall rules when users connect to the internet from outside the company or you can enable Web Access Control for users that are not part of the administrators group. To support this new feature, a series of changes have been made to Control Center:
    • Added the Policies > Assignation Rules page, where you can specify the situations in which the policies apply.
    • The Information window has a special tab to show policy information related to the endpoint. In this tab you can view which settings are in use on the selected endpoint.
    • The Policy Compliance report details contain more columns, showing which policy is active, the policy type and when it was applied. To customize which columns to view, click the Columns button at the upper right side of the table.
    • When adding exceptions through the Blocked Applications report, you can specify on which of the associated policies to apply.
    • User Activity logs include actions related to policy assignation rules.
    important Important:
    Please note that user-based policies apply only to Active Directory users.
  • Improved the policy creation process by adding the option to set specific sections to be inherited from other policies.
  • Introduced update staging, which enables you to test newer kits or product updates in an enclosed and controlled environment before publishing them in your network. By doing this, you can maximize your chances of finding any issues that may appear in your environment, before releasing the version in production.
  • Improved user activity logs related to GravityZone configuration changes. You can now view details about changes made to mail server, proxy and backup settings.
  • Optimized the integration with XenServer.
  • Improved some error messages for failed installation tasks.
warning Warning:
Location and user-aware policies and policy module inheritance are compatible only with these security agents:
  • On Windows: Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools 6.2.9.742 or later
  • On Linux: Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools 6.2.9.743 or later
  • On Mac OS X: Endpoint Security for MAC 4.0.0.161540 or later

Mobile Protection

  • Added new error message for the Apple push notifications check tool.

Resolved Issues

General

  • Fixed several issues at the user interface.
  • Fixed a display issue at plain text notification emails.
  • Added missing operating systems in the Feedback Form.
  • Fixed several translation issues.

Computers and Virtual Machines Protection

  • Fixed an issue that prevented integration of vCenter Servers with very large databases.
  • Fixed the missing details for Security Server in the Information window, after Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools update to version 6.2.4.612.
  • Resolved a situation in which only the Information window displayed that the computer had issues.
  • Fixed an issue at the Active Directory synchronization, which was cloning some domain groups.
  • Fixed the Power User password preserving issue when cloning policies.
  • Fixed the delayed response when searching items in the policy > Device Control > Exclusions table.
  • Addressed a validation issue occurred when trying to use wildcards to define antimalware exclusions.
  • Fixed the display limit to 20 items in the Networks table from Firewall settings.
  • The order of the default Firewall rules is no longer unchangeable.
  • Fixed the issue with negative values at the update interval setting in the policy.
  • Addressed a validation issue at update interval settings that caused automatic updates to stop.
  • Fixed an issue that occurred when trying to view the Malware Activity report for a specific computer, from inside of the Top 10 Detected Malware report.
  • Fixed missing information related to Mac endpoints from the Policy Compliance report.
  • Machines with Bitdefender Tools deployed through a Relay no longer appear as unmanaged in Network Inventory.
    note Note:
    Bitdefender Tools is a legacy product and this issue only reproduced on GravityZone Enterprise Security that included this security agent.
  • Fixed an issue that caused virtual machines to appear as having issues after replacing Security Server for multi-platform with Security Server for vShield.

Exchange Protection

  • Fixed an issue with attachment filtering rules configured to detect all attachments except specific types, which detected only the excluded attachment types instead.
  • Fixed an error message for failed restore from Exchange quarantine.

Mobile Protection

  • Latest Apple device models no longer appear as undefined in the GravityZone console.
  • Fixed the Web access exclusions, which did not work on Android devices after disabling the Use exceptions option.
  • Fixed an issue with tasks and policies not being sent to managed Apple devices that were previously deleted from Control Center.
  • When configuring password settings in one policy, changes seemed to be cloned to other mobile security policies. This was only a display issue and is now fixed.

Known Issues

Computers and Virtual Machines Protection

  • On-demand scans tasks do not run on MacBookPro 10.1.
  • When location-aware policy is active, exclusions for items restored from quarantine apply to the device policy.
  • The Applied/Pending column in the Policies page displays the status for device policies.
  • After a policy is modified, its status from computer details does not change from Applied to Pending, although it is reapplied immediately.
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