5. Release Notes

7.10.0 OPSWAT Central Management release

October 28, 2020

OPSWAT Central Management V7 (OCMv7), a newest version of the series, streamlines the product central configuration and added OPSWAT Client management to further enhance the security stance of organizations to protect against risky devices.

Built-in OPSWAT Client version


Windows Persistent Agent 7.6.350.0

  • Supported MetaDefender Core Load-Balancer Layer 7

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.1513.0

Windows On-demand Agent 7.3.525.0

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.1513.0

macOS Persistent Agent

  • Supported MetaDefender Core Load-Balancer Layer 7

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.1415.0

macOS On-demand Agent

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.1415.0

Release notes

Available here

New Features


SafeConnect NAC management

OPSWAT Central Management can now manage SafeConnect NAC instances.

OPSWAT Media Validation Agent repository

OPSWAT Central Management now provides OPSWAT Media Validation Agent's download. Administrators can change the version available for download.

Instructional videos for OPSWAT Product integration

Add instructional video for Smart Folder client to OPSWAT Central Management's dashboard.



Updated OPSWAT MetaAccess feature

OPSWAT MetaAccess feature (device management) is updated to version 2.8.2.

OPSWAT MetaAccess's changelog can be found at OPSWAT Knowledge Center .

  • OPSWAT Client's report frequency (compliance check, alive check, patch scan) can now be more flexibly configured.

    • Reports can be disabled.

    • Extend the frequency range for each type of checks.

  • Add a Threat Detection setting to automatically block all files exceeding a certain size.

Updated loading page

The loading page now has more information and provides a progress tracker for OPSWAT Central Management's startup process.

Improved MetaDefender Core dashboard

Refreshing the dashboard now also refreshes the current scan queue and its settings.

Timestamp for last MetaDefender Core module update in Folder mode

Folder mode module update now provides the timestamp of the last performed update.

Breached password checker

Password for new account creation is now checked against a list of common breached passwords.

Port 9026 is now used in place of port 9001

OPSWAT Central Management now uses port 9026 instead of port 9001 to check deployment status in order to avoid port collision with a Windows service. This change is also applied to Linux versions for consistency.

Improved logging

Improve logging's verbosity for support packages.

Bugs Fixed

Save button in Global Settings page did not activate correctly.

Fixed an issue in which configuration changes in certain fields did not trigger the save function.

Event log and device detail log ignored the the data retention length setting

Corrected how data retention setting is applied.

Certain warning dialogs referred to OPSWAT Central Management as "Security Center"

Replaced the placeholder references.

Cannot input Japanese or Vietnamese characters in Group's name

Expanded the input validation for certain fields.

Missing trust engines in the Threat Detection section of the Device Policies settings

Updated the trust engine list.

"Internal Server Error" message when using the Testing Harness function

Fixed an issue with SSL verification for the Testing Harness function.

Other changes

Replace Memcached with Redis