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Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools Version 6.6.25.362 Release Notes (Windows)

Release date:

Fast ring: 2021.03.24

Slow ring: 2021.03.29

important Important:     
  • During this update, the Microsoft Exchange Transport service will be stopped.
  • This version also includes on slow ring the improvements and fixes delivered with the Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools versions 6.6.25.353 and 6.6.25.359 released on fast ring.

New features and improvements

Product

  • Specific error messages will be displayed when Product fails to update due to missing critical Windows patches.

Advanced Anti-Exploit

  • The Advanced Anti-Exploit (AAE) technology is now available for Windows Servers. The module will be installed on and removed from servers via the new Install and Reconfigure task.
    The Advanced Anti-Exploit module is deployed, configured and managed via GravityZone using the same management workflows on servers as available for workstations.

Incompatible Software Removal

  • Added support for removing the following security products:
    • TrustPort Total Protection 17.x
    • Driver Support One 2.x
    • Avast Business Security 20.x
    • VIPRE Antivirus 11.x
    • Sophos Endpoint Agent 2.x (Tamper Protection must be turned off)
    • Endpoint Protector Client 5.x
  • Enhanced support for removing the following security products:
    • McAfee Total Protection 16.x

Resolved Issues

Product

  • Fixed an incompatibility with Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Endpoints that caused crashes of File Explorer processes and overall performance issues on Windows 7 machines.
  • In some instances, the product blocked websites with untrusted certificates, while not providing the "Accept risks and continue" option.

Antimalware

  • Fixed an issue with the On-Access Scanning feature, where users without administrative rights could restore a quarantined file. These users are now prompted to enter their username and password when using the Restore button.

Content Control

  • The Content Control module failed to report the web category of a blocked website, in the Blocked Websites report.

Firewall

  • The Firewall driver generated a memory leak in EPSecurityService on Windows machines.
  • The Events timeline from the local interface displayed wrong messages for incoming and outgoing connections.
  • Fixed an issue where blockPortScans remained active even when the Firewall module was enabled.
  • Fixed an issue where traffic was received from an unknown profile.

User Interface

  • The graphical user interface showed that three features part of the Content Control module (Application Blacklisting, Web Access Control and Data Protection) were turned off after logging off or rebooting.

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