We have recently performed a scheduled update to our Malwarebytes cloud platform. As a customer of this platform, we want to take a moment to familiarize you with the changes that were made.
- Created new “Detections” page in the cloud console—combining the previous “Threats” and “Real-Time Protection” pages.
- Added on-demand reporting—beginning with Detection Summary reports—that are generated in CSV format (additional reports coming soon):
- For Malwarebytes Incident Response, we’ve added a scan progress dialogue window that displays all scan phases, files being scanned, number of items being scanned, elapsed time, threats identified on the endpoint. Coming soon for Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection:
- User-initiated scans for Windows and Mac now have the option to be CANCELED
Completed multiple improvements to the cloud console user interface
Display software as a single application (“Malwarebytes Endpoint Agent”) in Add/Remove Programs window on the endpoint
Drastically reduced events logged to Windows Event Viewer
Enhanced the cloud console “Dashboard” page to include Real-Time Protection data
Added additional information to detection details (with more to come in the future)
Extended the download timeout period up to 30 minutes for software installations to assist with slow network connections
Updated the end-user license agreement
Fixed: Addressed an issue discovered when moving large numbers of endpoints between groups
Fixed: Localized the Timestamp on the Quarantine page
Fixed: Proxy settings now correctly support hostnames
Fixed: Unicode characters are now processed correctly in scan result data
- Web Protection will prevent web traffic for some customers who are connected to a VPN. For most customers, simply adding the VPN domain as an exception in the Malwarebytes cloud console resolves the issue. We are working on a resolution.
Our next platform update is scheduled for December 2017.