What's new in the 2.7 release

Releases can introduce new features and enhancements or update platform support.

Note: This release supports only 64-bit Microsoft server-class operating systems. 32-bit Microsoft server-class operating systems are not supported.

Content Security Reporter uses stronger encryption to store sensitive encryption including Content Security Reporter passkey, database password, directory password and log sources info.

This release introduces new features or improves existing features:

  • Collect log files — The Collect log files from option for McAfee Web Gateway Cloud Service displays a field named Region. You can select US, EU, or UK as the region from where the log files are collected. You can also add other regions apart from the default regions added.
  • Server certificate — In the Report Server Settings, a new option Server certificate is added. You can Import your own server certificates and Enable it. You can also view details of the certificates present in Content Security Reporter.

Updated platform, environment, or operating system support

This release extends support to additional platforms, environments, or operating systems:

  • Platform supportContent Security Reporter 2.5 and later are compatible with McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee® ePO™) 5.10.
  • Database supportContent Security Reporter 2.7 supports Microsoft SQL Server 2017 and Microsoft SQL Server 2019.
  • Upgrade of Java from Zulu8 to latest with desired security fixes (Zulu8.44).
  • Upgrade JBoss(Wildfly) v10 to latest (v18).
  • MariaDB upgrade from 10.0 to the latest (10.4.13).

This release supports these changes

  • Support for TLS 1.3 and TLS 1.2
    Note: This release removes support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1.
  • Self-signed certificate support
  • Support for IPv6
  • Support for UCE logs in Content Security Reporter
  • Removal of weak ciphers
  • Using stronger encryption to store sensitive information – csr passkey, database password, directory password and log sources info

Migrating from Web Reporter to Content Security Reporter

As McAfee® Web Reporter has reached its end of life, you must migrate to Content Security Reporter to analyze your network activity.

For more information about the migration process, see the McAfee Content Security Reporter Migration Guide.

Installing and upgrading Content Security Reporter

The McAfee Content Security Reporter Installation Guide provides detailed instructions about installing and upgrading Content Security Reporter.