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GravityZone (Cloud-based) June 2018 Update Release Notes


  • EDR

    This rollout unwraps threat forensics, new detections and response actions. From now on, you can:

    • Build your own queries and explore past events in the Search page.
    • View endpoint context in anomaly detections.
    • React with the new Kill Process response action.
    • Enjoy a better Incident Map experience, with improved layout and new node elements.
  • Patch Management

    Troublesome patches are gone forever from endpoints. The new patch rollback feature allows you to restore software to its previous state. Patch rollback comes with a new search filter in Patch Inventory and a new report for the Patch Uninstall task.

  • Content Control for Mac

    Content Control comes to Mac with the following modules: Traffic Scan, Antiphishing, Web Access Control and Application Blacklisting. The module is available on OS X Mavericks (10.11) and later, for Safari, Chrome and Firefox. New Mac endpoint installations include Content Control by default since April, while for older installations you need to reconfigure the security agent.

  • Proxy Support for Mac

    Mac endpoints now have proxy support for communication with GravityZone and Bitdefender Cloud Services.

  • Usability

    Less system reboots that can disturb users during their work time. You can now let them postpone rebooting until a convenient time. Check this option in the policy General settings.

  • Reports

    Enriched the Monthly License Usage report with details about all modules installed on endpoints. Additionally, the usage summary is now an optional section of the CSV file.

  • API

    • Updated the following methods to support the changes in monthly subscription configuration:
      • Companies API: createCompany and getLicenseInfo
      • Licensing API: setMonthlySubscription
    • New method in Network API – getNetworkInventoryItems – to get the entire inventory under a company recursively.

Resolved Issues

  • General

    The User Activity log was lacking information on Uninstall client tasks. You can now find out which user ran uninstall tasks by selecting the action Created, and the area named Tasks.

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