4.2. OPSWAT Client for Windows (Persistent agent)

7.6.324.0: July 07, 2020

1. Report what OPSWAT Client copied from local drives to a removable media if a policy the devices is assigned to enables that.

2. Bug Fixed:

- Memory leak on OPSWAT Client

- File path was shown incorrect if the file path includes Hebrew characters

3. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1366.0

Known issues:

- Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 devices must install KB2533623 and KB3033929 in order to upgrade to the latest version

- If a user exits the agent tray icon, the agent can’t popup approved actions when a user inserts a portable media

- A user needs to enable Show Notifications on the agent tray icon to see notifications about portable media

- The agent has not supported portable media feature if user 2 logs into a device while user 1 is still logged in

- OPSWAT Client does not support iTunes drive. If a user inserts an iOS device on an endpoint which has iTunes installed, the user will still have access to the phone via iTunes

- OPSWAT Client can't detect mobile devices, the user needs to unplug and plug in the mobile device again

7.6.304.0: June 02, 2020

  1. Added support encrypted media for the Removable media protection feature.

- Tested point: USB is encrypted by Microsoft BitLocker To Go using a password. A user will be asked for a password to unlock the USB when he/she performs an action with the USB for the first time.

2. Minor enhancements

- The agent will resume a threat scan if the agent was restarted for some reason while the threat scan has not done yet.

3. Bug Fixed:

- OPSWAT Client got stuck if MetaDefender Core or MetaDefender Vault is expired

- The client reported wrong lock screen timeout on Windows 10

4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1280.0

Known issues:

- Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 devices must install KB2533623 and KB3033929 in order to upgrade to the latest version

- If a user exits the agent tray icon, the agent can’t popup approved actions when a user inserts a portable media

- A user needs to enable Show Notifications on the agent tray icon to see notifications about portable media

- The agent has not supported portable media feature if user 2 logs into a device while user 1 is still logged in

- OPSWAT Client does not support iTunes drive. If a user inserts an iOS device on an endpoint which has iTunes installed, the user will still have access to the phone via iTunes

- OPSWAT Client can't detect mobile devices, the user needs to unplug and plug in the mobile device again

7.6.281.0: April 28, 2020

1. Enhanced the client to not load its driver if a policy, that the device is assigned to, doesn't enable removable media protection settings.

2. Enhanced user experience with one recheck devices if a device reports any issue.

- This option is not available if the device has no issue.

- When a user performs this action, the client only re-checks issues on the device.

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3. Bug Fixed:

- OPSWAT Client couldn't upgrade due to its service couldn't stop completely.

4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1265.0

7.6.271.0: March 24, 2020

1. Enhanced notifications to end-users:

  • OPSWAT Client now only shows notifications for actions which are triggered by end-users

  • End-users can track action history from the system notification area

2. OPSWAT Client now uses MetaDefender Cloud APIv4 to scan malware

3. Enhanced user experience when a user does any action with a removable media

  • Show a progress on the tray icon

  • Indicated what status of each removable media: Blocked, Copying or Scanning

  • Auto-popped up a scan result for removable media actions if the OPSWAT Client found any blocked/vulnerable/skipped files

4. Auto-run custom check if it's enabled when a user checks application issues on-demand

5. Improved tray icon menu

6. Updated a certificate for cross-domain API

7. Bug Fixed: Couldn't clean up an agent's footprint when a user uninstalls the client. This blocked user's from installing a new client on the device

8. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1181.0

7.6.270.0: March 22, 2020 - Hotfix

1. Updated a certificate for cross-domain API

2. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1181.0

7.6.261.0: February 11, 2020

1. Bugs Fixed:

- Copied original files from a removable media to a local drive even when "Copy Sanitized Files Only" is enabled.

2. Minor enhancements:

- Removed Exit menu on the tray icon. This menu only hides the tray icon in the past.

3. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1053.0

7.6.260.0: January 07, 2020

1. Bugs Fixed:

- OPSWAT Gears Helper service was crashed during the auto-update check process

- Stop malware scanning if the agent fails to authenticate with MetaDefender server for some reason, such as MetaDefender Cloud API key is invalid.

- Report last scan time as empty instead of 01/01/1970 if the agent fails to detect the last scan time of a local anti-malware product.

- The agent is crashed when copying files from a removable media to a defined path if the defined path is set as "/" on a policy.

2. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.1053.0

7.6.259.0: November 26, 2019

  1. Enhanced the threat scan feature

    • cache the scan results within a scan action to avoid re-check the same hash multiple times with MetaDefender servers

    • if the account hits a scan limit during a scan process, it will stop the scan and record the file status as skipped in a detailed report.

  2. The agent caches the last full scan timestamp of a local anti-malware product. In case, the local anti-malware product is upgraded and its scan history is wiped out, the agent will report the last full scan timestamp from the cache.

  3. The client will delay collecting compliance data after it starts with the operating system if the delay setting is configured on the MetaAccess console

  4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.994.0

7.6.254.0: October 22, 2019

1. Reported threat scan progress to the server

2. Supported an on-demand compliance check from the server

3. Users can now monitor a threat scan progress on the tray icon

4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.933.0

7.6.253.0: September 17, 2019

  1. Minor changes:

    1. Enhanced error message for scan threat actions

  2. Bugs fixed:

    1. Removed a certificate for the cross-domain API from Trusted Root Authorities directory

  3. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.853.0

7.6.247.0: August 06, 2019

  1. Renamed the agent name to OPSWAT Client

  2. Support scan threats with multiple MetaDefender Core instances behind a load balancer layer 7

  3. Support localization for notifications and text on the agent's tray icon. Note that: MetaAccess will support administrators to upload a rebranding package for the agent from the console soon.

  4. Minor changes:

    1. Managed by field on About dialog now shows Account name instead of an email.

  5. Bugs fixed:

    1. Couldn't query cross-domain API on Microsoft Edge browser if a device has not enabled loopback for Microsoft applications

  6. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.810.0

7.6.239.0: June 25, 2019

  1. Enhanced retry mechanism to slow down frequency the agent re-sends reports if the server is slow.

  2. Distinguished browser name for 32-bit and 64-bit vsersion browsers

  3. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.770.0

Known issues:

- Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 devices must install KB2533623 and KB3033929 in order to upgrade to the latest version

- If a user exits the OPSWAT Client tray icon, the OPSWAT Client couldn’t popup approved actions when a user inserts a removable media

- A user needs to enable Show Notifications on the OPSWAT Client tray icon to see notifications about removable media

- The agent has not supported removable media feature if user 2 logs into a device while user 1 is still logged in

- OPSWAT Client has not supported iTunes drive. In other words, if a user inserts an iOS device on an endpoint which installed iTunes, the user is still able to access the phone via iTunes

- OPSWAT Client couldn't detect mobile devices sometimes, the user needs to unplug and plug in the mobile device again

7.6.233.0: June 04, 2019

  1. Support to auto-block MTP/PTP mobile devices

  2. Enhanced threat scans: the agent filters a scan result based on configured policies

    1. If the agent scans device against with MetaDefender Cloud, the agent filters scan results based on configured number of trusted engines

    2. If the agent scans device against with MetaDefender Core, the agent filters scan results based on results from MetaDefender Core

  3. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.752.0

7.6.231.0: May 24, 2019

  1. Fixed: agent couldn't submit the log file to the server

  2. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.695.0

7.6.229.0: May 14, 2019

  1. Support to upload allowed/blocked files to MetaDefender Vault if it's enabled on a policy.

  2. Support to exclude CD/DVD drives for auto-blocking removable media drives

  3. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.695.0

7.6.223.0: April 11, 2019

  1. Fixed: RefreshNotificationAre process consumes high CPU when the agent starts and no active users log in.

  2. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.619.0

7.6.222.0: April 02, 2019

  1. Re-branded to OPSWAT Client

  2. Supported threat detection with multiple scan options

  3. Updated text for menu on Tray Icon

  4. Added support for AccessData FTK Imager mounted drive for Removable media security feature

  5. Bugs fixed:

    1. Display multi-trayicon on taskbar

  6. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.619.0

7.6.206.0: Feb 26, 2019

1. Bugs fixed:

  • Couldn't copy files/folders if file path has Unicode characters or environment variable

  • The agent didn't rollback if the agent couldn't start after upgrade

  • The agent didn't update its tray icon's status correctly sometimes.

  • Multiple agent's tray icon appeared on the system task bar on some devices.

2. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.586.0

7.6.203.0: Jan 22, 2019

  • Supported ability to copy files from a removable media drive to a network drive and vice versa. Note: to copy mapped network drives, a user needs to exit the agent tray icon and then open it again.

  • Bugs fixed:

    • Auto-apply removable media settings when an administrator changes the removable media protection settings on a policy without re-inserting a removable media drive

    • Agent didn't update its tray icon status when a user re-scans security issues/infections/missing patches

  • Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.512.0

7.6.199.0: Jan 03, 2019

  • Bug fixed: OPSWAT Client blocked the GoogleStream drive when a user restarts a machine even when removable media protection is disabled on a policy

7.6.198.0: Dec 28, 2018

  • Agent couldn't run a custom script when it's enabled on a configured policy

  • Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.411.0

7.6.197.0: Dec 26, 2018

1. Auto-block removable media when a user inserts it to a device and only allow users perform actions configured from the cloud

2. Bugs fixed: Multiple OPSWAT Client tray icons were shown on the device after the agent upgrades to a new version.

3. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.411.0

7.6.182.0: Oct 23, 2018

  1. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.363.0

7.6.181.0: Sep 25, 2018

  1. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.299.0

7.6.179.0: Sep 10, 2018

  1. Bugs fixed

    • The agent is reporting an invalid serial number

  2. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.267.0

7.6.178.0: August 18, 2018

  1. Bugs fixed

    • Got multiple app icon when I run Gears.exe multiple times

  2. Updated built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.215.0