February 9, 2021
- The Dr.Web server now supports OpenSSL 1.1.1.
- A defect preventing the Dr.Web Agent for Linux from being updated to the latest version;
- An Oracle Database XE 11 initialisation error occurring after the Dr.Web server was installed;
- A database file import issue occurring when ithe file was imported via the Control Center (Administration → Database Management);
- A custom profile export error involving the Control Center (the Anti-virus Network section);
- An error involving multiple host entries being moved between groups with the mouse cursor in the Control Center's anti-virus network view;
- A defect preventing information about blocked devices and application control events from being added to log clean-up jobs in the Dr.Web server task scheduler;
- An issue preventing the Dr.Web proxy server from operating normally if different protocol versions were being used by the proxy-server and the Dr.Web server;
- A defect preventing administrators from signing in to the Control Center if the Dr.Web server was installed under Ubuntu 20.04;
- A defect causing the Dr.Web server service to freeze if IBM Tivoli's user-defined routines were being carried out;
- An issue that under certain circumstances could prevent old Dr.Web server database records from being removed;
- A defect causing an error message to appear in the Control Center (Administration → Dr.Web Server configuration) when changes were being saved;
- Additional minor tweaks and upgrades have also been introduced.
The updated distributions can be downloaded from Doctor Web's site and from the GUS servers.
More information on Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite version 12.0, including system requirements and installation details, can be found in the release notes.
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