Resolved issues

The current release of the product resolves these issues. For a list of issues fixed in earlier releases, see the Release Notes for the specific release.

Reference Issue description
1263967 Server no longer crashes when performing certain tasks involving git.
1262115 The EICAR test file is successfully removed from T5 X large AWS instance.
1264896 This update resolves the system crash issue when Endpoint Security for Linux tries to free up memory.
1262360 Using autofs — The mount points are now released with Endpoint Security for Linux Threat Prevention enabled.
1259606 This update resolves a system crash due to the bug: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference.

With this update, you can add repositories with specific user name and password.

For example, to add a repository with the username testuser and the password testpasswd, navigate to the directory /opt/isec/ens/threatprevention/bin, then run the command:

./isecav --addrepository --name test01 --type ftp --url --port 21 --username testuser --password testpasswd --priority 1

For more information about using this command with other parameters, see the Manpage help.

ESFL-824 This update supports scanning tmpfs files for on-access scan.
ESFL-807 This update resolves the issue isectpd process getting killed on standalone systems when you stop the Threat Prevention process immediately after the DAT update.