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ESET Security Forum posted a topic in ESET Products for Windows ServersESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server version 6.5.10055.0 has been released and is available to download. Changelog Added: Ability to export Mail server protection log to Windows applications and Services Logs Added: New rule with “From header” condition to help detect sender spoofing by allowing a user to compare message “From” headers with envelope senders Added: New rules for blocking “Office files with macros” (.doc, .xls, .xml, etc.) and "Dangerous script file attachments" (*.js, *.jse, *.vb, *.vba, *.vbe, *.vbs, *.bat, *.cmd, *.ws, *.wsf, *.wsc, *.wsh, *.ps1, *.ps2, *.psc1, *.psc2) Added: Check box for turning on/off log export to Windows applications and Services logs Added: Information about file names and hashes of infected attachments to event log Added: Logging from SPF rule if diagnostic logging is on Improved: Readability of diagnostic Antispam logs Improved: Interpretation of “eml” extension in rules Improved: Help documentation for Quarantine Web interface on Windows 2003 and SSL Fixed: Potential application freeze when periodic module update conflicts with rules configuration sync via ESET cluster or ERA Fixed: "Automatically bypass Greylisting if SPF check passed" setting evaluates SPF also with disabled Greylisting option Fixed: Health Mailbox messages are Greylisted Fixed: Some of the inputs required for SPF are null Fixed: Joint SPF/Greylisting whitelists were disabled when SPF was turned on and Greylisting was turned off Fixed: Incorrect rule level for SPF, DMARC and DKIM Fixed: Overall limit if querying Max domains for A records Fixed: Various minor localization bugs Known Issues To review a detailed and up-to-date list of known issues, see Known issues for version 6 ESET business products. Support Resources For more information and to download the product, visit the ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server download page or contact your local reseller, distributor or ESET office.
Hello, The goal of this message thread is to provide ESET with feedback on changes and new features you would like to see in future versions of ESET NOD32 Antivirus. Please use the following format when providing feedback: Description: A very specific one line description of your feedback. Detail: A more detailed explanation of your feedback. Please feel free to make this any length, but be sure to use terms everyone can understand. If your suggestion is an extension or update to an existing discussion, please include a link to it in your message. Here is an example: Description: Raspberry Pi support Detail: The Raspberry Pi is a small ARM-based single-board computer popular with hobbyists. I think ESET should make a version of ESET NOD32 Antiivirus for it. You are welcome to discuss the merits of each and every suggestion, but keep your comments on topic, concise and thoughtful. There are other parts of the forum to discuss issues. NOTE: When making your requests do not make general statements such as "better detection, HIPS, firewall, cleaning, and so forth." ESET's threat researchers constantly examine new threats and release updates to the virus signature database and to the modules in order to improve these functions. If you have a specific feature or functionality you would like to see added (or improved) please post it here, but general requests to "make things better" are not helpful because they do not give ESET detailed enough information. Thank you for your understanding. [Added 2013-06-10] Regards, Aryeh Goretsky