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Download for version Version 9.1.4.0 actually points back to 9.1.13.0


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Today version 9.1.4.0 was released, however when I try to download it from the website

https://www.eset.com/ch-en/business/download/endpoint-antivirus-linux/

it points me back to version 9.1.13.0 instead of 9.1.4.0

Filename: eeau_x86_64.bin | File size: 700 MB |Version: 9.1.13.0

 

 

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the link on the download button points to

https://download.eset.com/com/eset/apps/business/eea/linux/g2/v9/9.1.13.0/eeau_x86_64.bin

but it should point to

https://download.eset.com/com/eset/apps/business/eea/linux/g2/v9/9.1.4.0/eeau_x86_64.bin

instead.

The SHA2 checksum should also be updated.

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There are two versions available for download. The v9 installer (9.1.13.0) was downloaded from https://download.eset.com/com/eset/apps/business/eea/linux/g2/v9/9.1.13.0/eeau_x86_64.bin.

The latest v10 installer was downloaded from https://download.eset.com/com/eset/apps/business/eea/linux/g2/latest/eeau_x86_64.bin.

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Yes but version 9.1.13.0 was released on February 8th, 2024.

Version 10.x (feature release) 10.3.4.0 was released today, May 15th, 2024, along with its equivalent 9.x (maintenance release) which is 9.1.14.0, however in the 9.x download page there's no link, just an updated changelog.

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Ahhhhhh wait, I saw the screw up now, it says 9.1.4.0, there's no 9.1.14.0.

The changelog order is wrong then.

From the website, if you select version 9 and expand the changelog section it says:

 

Version 9.1.4.0

Added: Auto-updates & New EULA

Added: Support of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Added: Support of Linux Mint 20

Improved: On-Access scan stability improvement

Improved: Sample delete settings for ESET LiveGuard Advanced

Improved: Severity marks in GUI notification icons

Fixed: Performance exclusion issues in case of large number of paths

Fixed: On-demand scan for root user only

Fixed: Multiple GUI visual fixes

Removed: ESET Shared Local Cache due to EOL status

Removed "follow mode" parameter from quar utility

Version 9.1.13.0

Fixed: Compilation of kernel modules fails with latest kernels on Ubuntu 22.04

Version 9.1.11.0

Fixed: Internally discovered vulnerability CVE-2023-2847

Version 9.0.5.0

Added: ESET Enterprise Inspector support

Added: On-demand scan feature in application GUI

Added: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Mate desktop support

Added: Scan information available when using odscan utility

Added: On-demand scan logs displayed per user

Fixed: A potential vulnerability in the on-access scanner - reported internally (CVE-2022-0615)

Fixed: Real-time File System Protection blocking Desktop Central Agent

Fixed: Settings not reflected properly when using cfg utility

Fixed: Problems with product update when using Turkish locale

Fixed: Issues with a protection status and expiration when using offline license

Fixed: Incorrectly displayed strings in GUI when not supported locale is used

Fixed: Meta data not deleted during log optimization process

Fixed: Issues with handling non-UTF paths in running scans

Version 9.0.10.0

Fixed: Internally discovered vulnerability CVE-2023-2847

 

 

 

 

 

 

So... the order is wrong, 9.1.4.0 should be way down, above 9.0.5.0 and below 9.1.11.0. Oh and the order of 9.0.10.0 and 9.0.5.0 should be swapped.

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I see, the order of the changelogs is wrong for v9. This has been tracked and should be fixed some time soon as I've learned.

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