Version 3.8.4 Features

Purchased Certificates

Purchased certificates can now be used with the captive portal feature.

Advanced Threat Protection

Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) has been added to the Web Appliance. ATP detects and lists machines on your network that have tried to contact malware command and control services, and gives you the ability to block and manage them. Several pages have been added or updated to manage ATP:

Virus Update on Dashboard Replaced
The Virus Update section of the Dashboard has been replaced with the new Advanced Threat Protection section that lists the number of machines on your network that have been detected attempting to contact malware command and control services.

New Advanced Threat Protection Report
A Reports > Policy & Content > Advanced Threat Protection page has been added. This page allows you to list and block machines that have tried to contact malware command and control services. Blocking a machine adds it to the new Quarantined Machines policy.

New Additional Policy
A new policy, Quarantined Machines, has been added to the Configuration > Group Policy > Additional Policies page. This policy is used to manage machines which need to be blocked because they have been detected attempting to contact malware command and control services. Note that this is a default policy, and that you cannot delete it, turn it off, or change its priority.

New Search
A new search has been added, the Search > Recent Activity Search > By Suspicious Activity. This new search allows you to look for attempts to contact malware command and control services.

Note: Admin and policy roles can view, block and unblock machines on your network. Reporting roles can only view machines that have been detected as threats, but cannot block or unblock them.