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Note: This update introduces an enhanced Next Generation Firewall including a new Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine and over 1600+ Application signatures. These features requires the CyberHound UTM module set. Please re-evaluate any existing application detection policies after updating to this release.

Note for RoamSafe for Windows: Minimum system requirements increased to Windows 10 version 1803 or later (released April 2018).

32.0.4.4

32.0.4.4

Available for installation by the support team. 18 June 2020
Resolutions
Web Proxy / Next Generation Firewall Resolved an issue with the NGFW (V32.0x only) that could result in connections made by the proxy being slow, broken or lost, creating system performance and stability problems.

It is strongly recommended that all customers on V32.0x update as soon as possible.

32.0.4

32.0.4

Available for installation by the support team. 3 June 2020
Enhancements
NGFW Applications Application Signature version information is now available via Administration > Release Info
Web Proxy Performance, Security and Stability improvements for both the Direct and Transparent proxy.
Resolutions
LiveZone Resolved an Authentication issue within the LiveZone dashboard.
Access Policies Resolved an issue where the Access Policy test tool would sometimes not test all Access Policies variation as intended.
Web Proxy Resolved an issue with the Direct Proxy (using NTLM Authentication) where authentication failed due to spaces existing within the username.
Web Proxy Implemented a permanent fix relating to the AddTrust External Root certificate expiry.
Network Monitoring Resolved an issue with Network Monitoring/Reporting that resulted in non proxied traffic not being reported correctly.
Next Generation Firewall Resolved an issue where connections bypassed from the Proxy (Transparent or Direct) would not reliably match an intended rule.
Known Issues
Web Proxy / Next Generation Firewall We are currently tracking an issue in the 32.0.x line relating to the proxy/firewall where typically busy sites can sometimes result in failed HTTPS connections. The short term remedy for this is to restart the proxy under Administration > Web Proxy > Save and Apply changes. This has been resolved in 32.0.4.4.

See also the 31.7.6.1 Release Notes, as those have been brought forward to 32.0.4

32.0.3

32.0.3

Available for installation by the support team. Binary update to the RoamSafe agent for Mac and Windows (reboot required). 2 April 2020
Important Changes
RoamSafe Agent for Windows Minimum system requirements increased to Windows 10 version 1803 or later (released April 2018)
Enhancements
LiveZone The LiveZone portal has been enhanced with the ability for staff members to blacklist a student device/devices for a defined period of time.
SpeakUp Within LiveZone’s SpeakUp feature you can now customise the “risk type” and “Where did this occur” lists. You can modify these lists via Web Interface > Configure LiveZone > SpeakUp Configuration.
NGFW Applications A new NGFW Application update system has been implemented providing more regular signature updates.
Blacklisting A new blacklisting service has been implemented to provide enhanced blacklisting of users/IP’s triggered by Access Polices policy actions.
Reporting A new blacklisting datasource has been added to reporting providing enhanced visibility and historical data on blacklisted users/IP’s. You can access this datasource via reporting > Blacklist Activity. Blacklist data may now be added to scheduled reports as required.
Reporting Historical Application data is now migrated
Resolutions
NGFW Firewall Resolved an issue in V32.0 that could sometimes prevent certain Access Policy protocol blocks (egress) from occurring as intended. (e.g. QUIC)
Reporting Resolved an issue in Reporting > Block Activity where the Application name would display the protocol (HTTPS) rather than the application name.
Reporting Resolved an issue in Reporting > Block Activity where the Application Category name would sometimes not display correctly.

See also the 31.7.6 Release Notes, as those have been brought forward to 32.0.3

32.0.2

32.0.2

Available for installation by the support team. Binary update to the RoamSafe Agent for Mac (reboot required). 24 February 2020
Major Feature Release
Version 32.0.2 Introduces an enhanced Next Generation Firewall including a new Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine and over 1600+ Application signatures. The feature requires the CyberHound UTM module set.
Enhancements
Deep Packet Inspection An all new Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine has been implemented improving packet scanning performance and scalability.
Deep Packet Inspection An all new Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine allows for faster identification of Applications in a fewer number of packets. (Single packet classification where possible).
NGFW Applications An additional 1600+ Applications have been added to Access Policies. These are available via Access Policies > “What” Criteria > Application Detection.
NGFW Applications Applications are now categorized into 28 master categories for ease of use. Application search is available within an Access Policy.
NGFW Applications Applications now include additional metadata to better describe the Applications’ function.
Application Proxy Bypass You may now bypass traffic from HTTPS inspection using Application criteria. Note that for some application signatures this may take a few connections before the DPI engine has sufficient confidence to be able to bypass from inspection.
Reporting Network Monitoring data source now includes enhanced visibility of network traffic including individual Application categories and names (e.g. Instance Messaging, WhatsApp).
Web Interface Updated the login background.
Resolutions
BYOD Certificate Installer Signed the BYOD Certificate Installer for MacOS 10.15.2+
Known Issues
Reporting Historical Application data is not migrated. This is expected to be resolved in a future release.