The article lists the improvements and resolutions in GFI EndPointSecurity 2013 (Build 20130719).
GFI EndPointSecurity 2013
GFI EndPointSecurity 2013 (Build 20130719) offers the following Improvements:
AES-256 encryption – The volume encryption feature of GFI EndPointSecurity now offers AES-256 along with the already existing AES-128.
Permissions for specific device serial numbers – A Policy can now contain permissions for specific device serial numbers.
Improved agent protection – The GFI EndPointSecurity Agent protection was improved to block users trying to tamper with the agent and gain access to devices.
New recognized archive types – GFI EndPointSecurity now recognizes most of the known archive types and checks the files inside them to offer increased protection. The following are the identified archive types:
Risk Scanning support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
GFI EndPointSecurity 2013 (Build 20130719) resolves the following known issues:
Missing encryption filter in Activity Log page.
Database upgrade problem from older versions to 2013.
Cannot specify the domain in alternative credentials for Risk Scan.
Risk Scan page does not load when the GFI EndPointSecurity service has a login account different from the logged in user that opens the GFI EndPointSecurity console.
Fixed control for Texas Instruments, NEC and AMD USB 3.0 devices.
Not able to control Printers installed with default drivers on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
Issues in encryption functionality.
File Content field is missing in the generated event if the file blocked is in an archive inside another archive.
Policy application failing in Safe Mode.
Reset User Password does not see encrypted HDD removable devices.
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