Malwarebytes cloud platform update - June 20, 2019

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Malwarebytes updated our cloud platform on June 20, 2019.

New Features

  • Malwarebytes Cloud Platform now provides the ability to search for endpoints based on specific criteria, empowering users to quickly and easily identify endpoints of interest. Via the endpoints page, users can now search and filter by endpoint name, domain, IP address or CIDR range, MAC address, operating system type, operating system platform, policy name, and endpoint last-seen time frames.



  • The ‘Last Seen’ column on the endpoints page has been improved to now display in relative time format
  • The ‘endpoints’ filter on the endpoints page has been redesigned, allowing the ability to filter by various last-seen time frames
  • Report download links are now valid for seven days
  • Malwarebytes OneView users will no longer see the Discovery and Deployment Tool download link until future support is added
  • Group names now support up to 64 characters
  • Improved resource usage and handling while calculating hashes for large files
  • Ongoing detection efficacy and remediation enhancements
  • Ongoing endpoint performance and stability improvements
  • Ongoing telemetry enhancements
  • [Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and Response] Diagnostics logs have been improved to include exclusions applied to Suspicious Activity
  • [Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and Response] Fixed an issue where Suspicious Activity events may pause if a bad status code was returned in error, which required the service to be restarted
  • [Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and Response] Fixed an issue where exclusions for Suspicious Activity may not apply as expected
  • Fixed an issue where context menu scanning may not honor exclusions as expected
  • Fixed an issue where enabling the ‘Exclude GPO PUMs’ exclusions option may not function as expected
  • Fixed an issue where endpoints may not transmit agent version information following an upgrade
  • Fixed an issue where certain log files were not properly retained following an engine upgrade


Our next Malwarebytes Cloud Platform update is scheduled for July, 2019