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History of changes in DeviceLock 6

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DeviceLock 6.4.1 Build 28722

- Performance improvements for Content-Aware Rules when handling copy operations for many small files.

- The Uninstallation routine now removes the DeviceLock Service record from the Windows Firewall exceptions list when uninstalling DeviceLock Service only.

- Improvements in the algorithm for sending data from DeviceLock Service to DeviceLock Enterprise Server.

- Fixed memory leak in DeviceLock Enterprise Server.

- Improved whitelisting of USB printers.

- Improved signature for file-type detection of Autorun.inf files

 

DeviceLock 6.4.1 Build 28308

- Updated signatures for real file-type detection. Now Content-Aware Rules can recognize more than 4000 file formats.

- Assured compatibility with the KVM switch and Microsoft LifeChat headset such that these devices are no longer detected as keyloggers.

- Assured compatibility with third-party hardware including RTL8187B, HWDATACARD, Huawei D24, Microsoft LifeChat LX-3000, O2Micro Card Reader, Alcatel HSDPA Modem One Touch X060A.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Service which caused problems with some USB printers when “Access control for USB printers” was disabled in Security Settings.

- Fixed several bugs in the ISO unpacking routine in DeviceLock Enterprise Server for large (> 4GB) CD/DVD UDF images.

- Fixed issue with DeviceLock Service that was causing crashes during the synchronization process between iPhones with iOS 4 and PC.

- Improved support for iPhone with iOS 4.

- Fixed bug that had caused write shadow data for white-listed USB devices when the “control as type’” flag was disabled.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console whereby the USB floppy drive had not shown up in the devices list when connected to a remote computer.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console that had been causing files with large (with more than 20000 records) USB and Media white lists to not load.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console that had been causing files with large (with more than 5000 records) computer lists to not load for the monitoring task.

- Fixed DeviceLock Management Console such that it will no longer crash when applying filters for Shadow and Audit logs.

- Many internal improvements in DeviceLock Driver.

- Fixed several memory leaks in DeviceLock Service.

DeviceLock 6.4.1 Build 24986

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the DataLogic QD2100 Barcode Reader caused detection of this barcode reader as a USB keylogger.

- Improved processing of Content-Aware Rules for CD/DVD-ROM.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Service caused allowing printing when access to the USB port and Printer is denied and “Access control for USB Printers” is disabled.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Enterprise Server caused generation of empty reports when the date/time interval is defined.

- Reduced the DeviceLock Service CPU and memory usage.

- Improvements in the PS/2 anti-keylogger scrambling routine.

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the Sierra Wireless modem family.

- Fixed bug in the "Allowed & Denied access requests per device type" report caused displaying an incorrect access count.

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the StarForce protection.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console caused inability to create more than 6 custom groups in Content-Aware Rules.

- Many internal improvements related to Content-Aware Rules and file shadowing.

- Many internal improvements in DeviceLock Driver related to compatibility with third-party antivirus and firewall products.

DeviceLock 6.4.1 Build 23535

- Fixed printing conflict with old DOS applications

- Fixed incorrect file shadowing for removable devices.

- Fixed incorrect processing of Content-Aware Rules for floppy drives when shadowing is denied.

- Fixed several issues in DeviceLock Printer Viewer while processing PCL and PostScript documents.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console caused displaying of the settings dialog while connecting to DeviceLock Content Security Server when both DeviceLock Enterprise Server and DeviceLock Content Security Server are installed on the same computer.

- Added warning message displaying when you are trying to create the new content-aware rule that partially intersects with the existing rule.

- Improved handling of unknown devices in the USB Devices White List.

- Fixed interface bug in the USB Devices Database dialog caused incorrect expanding of the devices tree on Windows 7.

- Several improvements in the audit logging while Content-Aware Rules are enabled.

- Several improvements in the audit logging while printing.

- Several improvements in the DeviceLock Service protection routine.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Driver caused BSOD.

- Improved handling of some file types (including CD/DVD/Blue-Ray ISO, HTML and text files) in Content-Aware Rules.

- Fixed bug in the DeviceLock Service uninstall routine caused not removing the local storage directory and some registry keys after the service uninstall.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Enterprise Server caused the reports generation error when DeviceLock Enterprise Server is set up to use "System Data Source" to connect to SQL Server.

- Improved "Top used USB devices" and "Top inserted USB & FireWire devices" reports so now to calculate the device rank its unique ID (VID/PID and Serial Number if exists) is used instead of the name.

- Improved the "Top copied files" report so now to calculate the file rank its unique checksum is used instead of the name.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Enterprise Server caused to stop collecting the data from remote DeviceLock Services when the default TCP port (9133) is blocked.

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the "Sophos SafeGuard Enterprise" encryption software.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console caused errors while creating the custom MSI package for DeviceLock Service.

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 3000 caused detection of this keyboard as a USB keylogger.

- Improved handling of composite devices (especially iPhone) in the USB Devices White List.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Service caused the service crush while installing it using MSI package running under the SYSTEM account.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Service caused the service crush while moving the content-aware rule from the Offline profile to the Regular profile.

- Improvements in the PS/2 anti-keylogger scrambling routine.

- Internal improvements in the Temporary White List related to the "until user logoff" mode.

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the "FabulaTech USB over Network" software.

- Improved field search in DeviceLock Search Server so now when searching for specific log records it is possible to use the same names as displaying in corresponding log viewer's columns in DeviceLock Management Console.

- Fixed incompatibility issue with the Ericsson F3507g Mobile Broadband modem.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Service caused not changing the state from Online to Offline when "Server connectivity" is enabled and the computer is restoring from the hibernate mode.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Service caused incorrect writing the "DeviceLock Service settings are either corrupt or have been tampered with" message to the audit log.

- Fixed bug in DeviceLock Management Console caused not restoring its window's previous size and position on the start.

- Improved support of the Broadcom USB Bluetooth driver.

- Many internal improvements related to Content-Aware Rules and file shadowing.

- Many minor interface improvements in management consoles.

- Updated the user manual and help-files.

DeviceLock 6.4 Build 21108

The following issues were fixed:

- Slow access check for printers and mobile devices (Windows Mobile and Palm) for domain accounts.

- Incorrect access check for printers and mobile devices (Windows Mobile and Palm) for domain accounts in the offline mode.

- Wrong message is written to the Application log on the Windows boot: "Unable
to prepare DLGPC.DLL - The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. (32)"

- Wrong message is written to the Application log on the Windows boot: "Unable
to set shadow path to 'C:\WINDOWS\SHADOW\' - The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. (32)"

- Improved control of internal serial modems.

- Wrong message is written to the Audit log on the DL Service start: "Service settings are either corrupt or have been tampered with".

- Impossible to use letters "x", "c" and "v" in the record's name in USB and Media white lists.

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