Release date: September 16, 2020
Build number: 20.0.174
- Improved management and quality
- Agent Version Report: The Agent Version Report has been created in order for you to view a summary of how many agents are using a specific agent version, the percentage of total agents each version is using and an overview of how many agents are online and how many are offline, all of which are broken down based on the Deep Security Agent's platform (OS). To generate the report, go to Events & Reports > Generate Reports > Single Report > New > Agent Version Report.
- Azure Government improvement: Azure Government resources can be added through the Deep Security Manager Azure connector (Computers > Add > Add Azure Account). For more information, see How do I protect Azure Government instances?.
- Database encryption: The process of encrypting the communication between Deep Security Manager and your database has been simplified. For more information, see Encrypt communication between the Deep Security Manager and the database.
- Reduced the time it takes to validate GCP service accounts when changing your GCP Account Properties configuration. Previously, this took a long time when there were a large number of auto-generated GCP projects. SEG-81743/SF03452889/DS-53515
- Updated the pager numbers, phone numbers and mobile numbers listed on the User Properties window (click your email at the top of the console and select User Properties) so they can be configured to exceed more than 30 digits. Updated the "My User Summary" widget on the console and the "User and Contact Report" (Events & Reports > Generate Reports > Single Report) to reflect the logins that have occurred in the last 30 days. SEG-81216/03407489/DSSEG-5897
- Added support for VMware Cloud Director (vCloud) 10.1.1 (with NSX-V only).Improved the "Scheduled report sending failed" error message by adding a more thorough description. For more information, see Troubleshoot: Scheduled report sending failed. SEG-77886/03221276/DS-54615
- Updated the New Malware Scan Configuration Properties (Policies > Common Objects > Malware Scans > New) default settings to match the default settings for the Default Malware Scan Configuration Properties.
- The Computer Status widget on Deep Security Manager's dashboard did not display the correct number of managed computers. DS-53294
- The Deep Security Agent trusted certificates were not automatically renewed. SEG-79146/SF03240076/DS-52488
- The "AWS Contract License Exceeded" alert sometimes occurred even though the number of protected computers did not exceed the limit. SEG-82932/SF03491496/DSSEG-5974
- Imported VMs in vClouds were unable to activate. SEG-75542/03189161/DS-53447
- The console sometimes showed the incorrect Log Inspection status. /DS-54630
- Some Intrusion Prevention rules were designed to operate exclusively in "Detect Only" mode, however you were able to change their behavior on the policy and computer pages. DS-54667
- An incorrect number of overrides were displayed on Computer/Policy Editor > Overrides. SEG-83802/03513073/DS-54710
- There was a rights issue with Scheduled Tasks that caused incorrect behaviors to occur when creating them. SEG-78610/SF03320936/DS-53292
- The MasterAdmin could not create a scheduled task for all computers. DS-55522
- The "Ransomware Event History" widget on the dashboard displayed incorrect information. DS-55494
Security updates are included in this release. For more information about how we protect against vulnerabilities, visit Vulnerability Responses. Please note, in line with responsible disclosure practices, CVE details will only be made available for select security updates once patches have been made available for all impacted releases. ( DS-52678 /DS-21167 /DS-53059)
- Highest CVSS Score: 7.0
- Highest severity: High
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6 are no longer supported platforms for Deep Security Manager. For a list of supported Deep Security Manager platforms, see Deep Security Manager requirements.