This section contains information about the new features and improvements in Kaspersky Endpoint Security versions:
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.1.0 for Linux
Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux
Scanning of incoming HTTP/HTTPS and FTP traffic of the user computer and detecting phishing and malicious web addresses are now supported.
Managing user access to installed or connected devices by device type and connection buses is now supported.
Scanning of the removable drives is now supported.
Tracking of activities that is typical of network attacks in the incoming traffic is now supported.
Scanning of Docker containers and images is now supported.
Obtaining data on actions of applications on the user computer is now supported.
Role-based model for managing the application has been changed.
Scanning of name spaces and Docker containers in monitoring mode (general application settings) and specifying the action to apply to a Docker container when a malicious object is detected (File_Threat_Protection task settings) are now supported.
The anti-virus databases retranslate task (Retranslate) was removed. The databases retranslate function is available by using Kaspersky Update Utility.
Scanning of the kernel memory is now supported by the Memory_Scan task.
The suspend and resume functions are no longer available for Update tasks.
It is now possible to specify the priority of custom and on-demand scan tasks, including the Container_Scan tasks.
It is now possible to automatically add dynamic rules for Network Agent (nagent) to packet rules of the Firewall_Management task.
This option is enabled by default. If you do not want to block detected objects during a scan, you must disable it manually.
You can now disable the option that blocks detected objects during the scan. When this option is disabled, the file interceptor will not process the detected object. At that, an object detection event will be logged only. The Skip option is obsolete and no longer available in the File_Threat_Protection settings.
Possible and default values of trace file settings were changed (maximum number of entries in the file and maximum file size).
Managing devices with Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Linux installed via Kaspersky Security Center Cloud Console is now supported.