Patch Notes & Software Updates
[img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsa_wss_icon.png[/img] Updated[list] [*]Web 2.0 code complete. [*]Block page notification for when a virus has caused the request block. [*]Block page for invalid requests now indicates why the request is invalid. [*]High proxy memory usage in AWS; Preliminary just to clear up exceptions and get info on canned responses.[/list]
[b] [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/21719i5BB61D95F874CEFC.png[/img][/b] Scheduled Reporting functionality comes to the GSM management console and now provides the rich and detailed reporting so key to understanding the true health and performance of multiple locations and sites(s). With these new highly granular reporting tools at Administrators’ disposal they can now report more of the information needed and provide a clearer understanding of the endpoints under management. Also as part of this release Windows 10 becomes a searchable OS. [b]NEW – Scheduled Reporting[/b] – Scheduled, customized, granular endpoint reporting may now be run at recurring time periods, or ad-hoc, with the content tailored to the recipient(s) requirements. Internally this means you’ll have greater visibility over your deployment(s) and that both you and your (internal and external) customers will never miss the information important to them. [b]NEW –
We'll have a 3 hour downtime window starting at 8pm GMT on March 8th. This will affect all consoles across the consumer and business products. Apologies for any inconvenience. All of the agent functionality will be unaffected. Please let me know if you have any questions.
[img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsab_endpoint_logo_v2.png[/img] The latest release of the Global Site Manager (GSM) delivers several new enhancements to the dashboard, including additional data points in the endpoint drill down. These improvements are designed to provide better visibility of endpoint information that will be most useful in managing your endpoint environment. The following capabilities are now available with this release.[list=1] [*][b]NEW – Global Alert Preview[/b] – This preview of global alerts during setup ensures users are given the right information. [img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/gsmupdate203%20image%201.png[/img] [img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/gsmupdate203%20image%202.png[/img] [*][b]NEW – Chart and Site Drill Down[/b] – Detailed information on the status of your deployment is visible, down to the endpoint level. The chart includes a list of sites and the number of matching endpoints by hostname, with specific de
[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/20846i4F8C47FB8AB7F7D8.png[/img] With this release we continue the development and enhancement of the Webroot SecureAnywhere® Web Security Service by building upon the HTTPS/SSL inspection and core Proxy engine updates we introduced with version 5.0 in early 2015. In version 6.0 we are releasing: [list=1] [*][b]NEW – Management Console User Interface – [/b]As part of our development we are introducing a new user interface (UI) that is designed to make the interface even more intuitive and easy to use and learn than before. Existing users will find that we’ve arranged the menu tabs more logically and part of the reason for introducing a new UI is to also accommodate future features and functionality we are planning to introduce later this year.[/list][b][i][img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/20847i250FFB1AD5489882.png[/img][/i][/b] [b][i]New Updated and Redesigned UI[
[img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsa_wss_icon.png[/img] Today we are pleased to announce that the Web Security Mac DWP (Desktop Web Proxy) version of our agent is now out of BETA and available to all of our customers. You will find the latest build is already uploaded and available from within the Web Security Service Console under Resources-Download. This is an important addition as the new DWP Mac agent provides similar functionality to the DWP agent for PC and will help Web Service Administrators to protect Mac desktops and laptops and provide more complete protection of the web users within their organization. [list=1] [*][b]NEW [/b]–[b] DWP For Mac OS[/b] – Desktop Web Proxy (DWP) for the Mac OS devices provides transparent user authentication and automatically configures users’ endpoints to route their HTTP and HTTPS web traffic to the optimal Webroot Proxy access point regardless of geographic location, while allowing Administrators to monitor and protect users ex
[img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/wsab_endpoint_logo_v2.png[/img] This console release delivers more flexibility around logging into the management console for all users and a new telephone login variation introduced for our Hikari Tushin users in Japan. [list=1][list=1] [*][b]NEW – Security Code Override[/b] – It is now possible to disable the use of a Security Code during the management console login. This feature is for users wishing to remove this extra security step from the login process. While there are situations where this is relevant we are recommending that administrators continue to use the security code layer of security during login as that maximizes access protection. The option to turn off the Security Code is within User Account Settings under the Admins tab in the GSM console and also within the Endpoint and Mobile Protection “Manage Admins” drop down menu. [img]http://sw.nohold.net/Webroot/Images/consoleupdate204image1.png[/img][b][i]Enabling/Dis