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Update 11.10.0

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.10.0 for Windows offers the following features and improvements:

  1. Support of third-party credential providers for Single Sign-On with Kaspersky Full Disk Encryption is added. Kaspersky Endpoint Security monitors the user’s password for ADSelfService Plus and updates the data for Authentication Agent if the user, for example, changes his password.
  2. The option to enable display of threats detected by Cloud Sandbox technology has been added. This technology is available to users of Endpoint Detection and Response solutions (EDR Optimum or EDR Expert). Cloud Sandbox is a technology that lets you detect advanced threats on a computer. Kaspersky Endpoint Security automatically forwards suspicious files to Cloud Sandbox for analysis. Cloud Sandbox runs these files in an isolated environment to identify malicious activity and decides on their reputation.
  3. Additional information about files has been added to alert details for EDR Optimum users. Alert details now include information about the trust group, digital signature and distribution of the file, and other information. You will also be able to jump to the detailed file description on the Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal (KL TIP) directly from alert details.
  4. Application performance has been improved. To do this, we optimized the operation of the background scan and added the ability to queue scan tasks if scan is already running.

Update 11.9.0

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.9.0 for Windows offers the following features and improvements:

  1. Now you can create an Authentication Agent service account when using Kaspersky disk encryption. The service account is necessary to gain access to the computer, for example, when the user forgets the password. You can also use the service account as a reserve account.
  2. Kaspersky Endpoint Agent distribution package is no longer part of the application distribution kit. To support Detection and Response solutions, you can use the Kaspersky Endpoint Security built-in agent. If necessary, you can download the Kaspersky Endpoint Agent distribution package from the Kaspersky Anti Targeted Attack Platform distribution kit.
  3. The alert details interface for Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Optimum (EDR Optimum) is improved. Threat Response features now have tooltips. A step-by-step instruction for ensuring the security of corporate infrastructure is also displayed when indicators of compromise are detected.
  4. Now you can activate Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows with a Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security license key.
  5. New events added about establishing a connection with domains that have untrusted certificates and encrypted connections scan errors.

Update 11.8.0

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.8.0 for Windows offers the following features and improvements:

  1. Added the built-in agent to support the operation of the Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Expert solution. Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Expert is a solution for protecting the corporate IT infrastructure from advanced cyber threats. The functionality of the solution combines automatic detection of threats with the ability to react to these threats to counteract advanced attacks including new exploits, ransomware, fileless attacks, as well as methods using legitimate system tools. EDR Expert offers more threat monitoring and response functionality than EDR Optimum. For more information about the solution, refer to the Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response Expert Help.
  2. Network Monitor interface is now improved. The Network Monitor now shows the UDP protocol in addition to TCP.
  3. The Virus Scan task was improved. If you have rebooted the computer during the scan, Kaspersky Endpoint Security automatically runs the task, continuing from the point where the scan was interrupted.
  4. Now you can set a limit for task execution time. You can limit the execution time for Virus Scan and IOC Scan tasks. After the specified amount of time, Kaspersky Endpoint Security stops the task. To reduce the Virus Scan task execution time, you can, for example, configure the scan scope or optimize the scan.
  5. Limitations of server platforms are lifted for the application installed on Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session. Kaspersky Endpoint Security now considers Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session a workstation operating system, not a server operating system. Correspondingly, server platform limitations no longer apply to the application on Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session. The application also uses a workstation license key for activation instead of a server license key.

Update 11.7.0

Update 11.6.0

Update 11.5.0

Update 11.4.0

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