Bitdefender GravityZone 6.20.1-1 Release Notes
- Security agents: 184.108.40.2067 (Windows); 220.127.116.11 (Linux); 18.104.22.168156 (macOS)
Added support for Apple M1 processors. A separate installation package for endpoints, named macOS kit (Apple M1), is available for download in the Network > Packages section. The previous Mac kit has been renamed macOS kit (Intel x86) and is only compatible with Intel-based Macs.
The following protection modules are supported on M1-based systems:
- Device Control
- Content Control
Support for other features will be added in time.
After downloading the new macOS kit for Apple M1, you must publish it in Update > Components. Otherwise, the security agent installation on endpoints will fail.
New kits will not install on OS X El Capitan (10.11). For details about the end of support for this legacy macOS version, refer to this article.
New options to avoid duplicates of cloned endpoints are available in Configuration > Network Settings:
- Select Applies to cloned physical endpoints that are joined in Active Directory to resolve cloned HDD drives from decommissioned machines.
- Select Applies to cloned virtual endpoints that are joined in Active Directory to resolve clones created using VMware Instant Clones.
Addressed a situation where inherited security policy sections were editable after migrating to a GravityZone license without the Application Control module.
Fixed an issue where Oracle Linux 7 machines imported from VMware NSX-T environments were displayed as Windows endpoints.