LANGuardian 11.8 released

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LANGuardian 11.8 is an update release that includes several new features, performance enhancements, and bug fixes. We recommend that customers update their LANGuardian installations to version 11.8 as soon as convenient.

New features

LANGuardian 11.8 includes the following new features:

1. Multiple sensor select on reports

The sensor select control on LANGuardian reports has been enhanced to allow selection of multiple sensors when running reports.



2. REST API accessible over HTTP and HTTPS

In previous versions of LANGuardian, the REST API could be accessed only over HTTPS. This made it necessary for REST API clients to accept the LANGuardian self-signed cerficate, requiring a cumbersome workaround in cases where a client did not provide a means for users to accept the certificate through the user interface.

LANGuardian 11.8 provides the option for REST API clients to access LANGuardian data over HTTP as well as HTTPS. Opting to access data over HTTP eliminates the need to accept the LANGuardian certificate.

The option to configure the LANGuardian REST API protocol is available on the Configuration page:

-Click Configuration on the Administration menu.
-On the Configuration page, scroll down to the Web Server section.
-Click REST API configuration.
-In the REST API Configuration page, choose HTTP or HTTPS.
-Click Save.



See SSL certificate considerations when integrating LANGuardian data with other applications for more information.

http://www.netfort.com/downloads/docu...

3. Support for Windows Server 2012

LANGuardian Active Directory integration now supports querying of user logon information from servers running Windows Server 2012.

Bug fixes

The following bugs have been fixed:

-Accuracy when capturing activity relating to Windows file shares has been improved.

-Detection of IGMP and other small IP packets has been improved.

-Performance of runtime reports when individual reports are selected has been improved.

-Port scan detection has been improved to reduce false positives.
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