We have a new Bitdefender engine that we wish to roll out to the Managed Antivirus service. This update will download automatically on current installs of Bitdefender MAV if not set otherwise in the policy. We’re planning to push this update around 8am EST on Wednesday, January 25. The update can take up to 24 hours before being applied to the machine.
This update should not require a reboot. If any issues are encountered during the upgrade that do request a reboot, the reboot status will be reported up to the RM dashboard. Please watch the dashboard for machines reporting a reboot request.
Please see the following link for more detail on controlling MAV Bitdefender engine upgrades on weekends and evenings, as well as reboots:
Here is the change log for the new 184.108.40.2060 build:
New Features and Improvements
- Added support for Windows Server 2016.
- Added support for Windows 10 Redstone.
- Integrated the OpenSSL version 1.0.1tin the security components of the product. For more information, refer to OpenSSL Security Advisory (English only)
- Added exclusions for System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (SCCM 2012) following Microsoft recommendations.
- Added support for Scan SSL in the Firefox 64-bit browser.
- On certain VMWare workstations, the Antimalware module caused Compass software slowdown.
- In some situations, Windows 10 systems displayed BSOD when scanning EFS encrypted files through File System Redirector.
- Fixed an issue where Advanced Threat Control caused delays on loading websites in Internet Explorer when folder redirection was activated in Group Policy Object (GPO).
- Fixed the ZDI-CAN-3749 and ZDI-CAN-3829 vulnerabilities reported by Zero Day Initiative through responsible disclosure.
- In some cases, Endpoint Security could not be installed on machines running Wyse TCX.
- When installing Endpoint Security with Advanced Threat Control (ATC) on Windows 10 x64 systems, some machines entered recovery mode.
- Fixed OpenSSL vulnerability CVE-2016-2107.
- Fixed an issue which affected the scan process on Windows 10 machines, when Offline Files feature was enabled.
- In some situations, after updating Windows Server 2012 R2 machines with Endpoint Security installed, a slight slowdown was experienced at boot time.
- Fixed an issue which caused On-Demand scan to display error code 1460.
- Fixed an issue with Advanced Threat Control (ATC) that was causing backups to fail when using VSS and Veeam 8.
- Fixed an incompatibility between Endpoint Security and the Sales Assistant for Windows 8 application.