Version 4.2.1 Release Notes

Upcoming Changes

Note: Data leakage protection (DLP) will be removed in a future release. We recommend that you use the new application control feature instead. This feature provides better support for webmail apps and websites, and more granular control over webmail usage. Go to Group Policy > Application Control.


Version 4.2.1 includes:

Resolved Issues

Work Order # Description
NSWA-470 SWA uses TLS 1.2 by default when making upstream connections. Most previous versions of TLS/SSL are supported, but if you encounter a site that does not work with the appliance because of an incompatible form of encryption, you can add it to the HTTPS scanning exemptions.
NSWA-360 When more than one Web Appliance is joined to a Management Appliance, reports that span an interval greater than one week have improved accuracy.
NSWA-742 WWW-Authenticate headers are now left intact to ensure reliable communication with clients.
NSWA-666 To prevent cropping of usernames, reports now use two lines to display long usernames.
NSWA-781 Intermediate certificates are now always sent to client browsers when using custom certificates.
NSWA-741 Clicking Proceed on warn pages now works with embedded YouTube videos.
NSWA-796 Changes to top level domain entries in the local site list (LSL) now propagate correctly.
NSWA-863 When user submissions are disabled, the appliance now correctly ignores attempts to submit requests. When user submissions are enabled, they now have improved validation.