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ESET File Security for Linux 8.0.375.0 has been released


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Release date: March 16, 2021

ESET File Security for Linux 8.0.375.0 has been released and is available to download.

Changelog

Version 8.0.375.0

  • Added: Process Exclusions
  • Added: SecureBoot support

  • Added: Amazon Linux and Oracle Linux support

  • Added: Protection status configuration

  • Added: Activation with business account credentials

  • Added: Detection exclusions wizard

  • Added: Submit sample for analysis

  • Added: Support for EncFS

  • Improved: Capability of command-line utilities for use with future Remote Monitoring & Management integration

  • Improved: Administrators can submit a sample for analysis directly from the Quarantine section

  • Improved: Administrators can copy a hash of quarantine section using the dropdown menu

  • Improved: A column with the hash of a file is shown for all quarantined items

  • Improved: The content of quarantine section is translated to supported languages

  • Improved: Confirmation dialog appears when doing actions with quarantined files

  • Improved: WebGUI user experience and polishing

  • Fixed: Product activation through a proxy server returns "Activation successful", but the product remains not activated

  • Fixed: In some scenarios the product is unable to send log to the logging service

  • Fixed: Exclusions ending without "/" work differently for real-time scan and on-demand scan.

  • Fixed: Error requiring kernel headers when HWE kernel is used on Ubuntu

  • Other bug fixes and minor optimizations

  • Removed: Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 and CentOS 6 support

Support Resources

Online Help (user guide):

For more information and to download the product, visit the ESET File Security for Linux download page or contact your local reseller, distributor or ESET office.

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