Bitdefender updates the Bitdefender GravityZone web console and fixes bugs in the Security Server

Exactly today, Bitdefender has updated the web-based Bitdefender GravityZone solution to version . The new functionality introduces changes that increase user-friendliness and security.

The producer's constant work on the console and listening to his own clients meant that as of today, August 18, 2015, Bitdefender enabled administrators to receive automatic notifications about logging in to the console from a new device or devices that were used to administer the solution so far.

The manufacturer claims that the update will allow administrators to control unauthorized login attempts. If a stranger tries to access the console, the administrator will be notified of a password change recommendation that may thwart a potential attempt to compromise the console.

In addition, partners who support their own clients will know when a user logs on using a new device.

The manufacturer also released a patch that fixes several bugs in Bitdefender Security Server, which provides protection for central points using a virtual security server without the traditional security measure in the form of an anti-virus agent installed on each virtual machine. Details in this PDF file.

More information about the solution can be found in the "Related articles" section below, where we reviewed the console's capabilities and protection, and tested the effectiveness of the anti-virus agent.

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source: Bitdefender

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