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New XWall and XWALLFilter for Exchange Releases
February 5, 2019

Dataenter has released a new version of XWall and Lakewood has released new versions of XWALLFilter for Exchange 2013 and 2016 with Support for the latest Exchange 2013 and 2016 cumulative updates. XWALLFilter for Exchange 2019 has completed beta and is now released with support for the latest release of Exchange Server. These releases include the latest OpenSSL vulnerability fixes as well as testing with the new XWall 3.55, latest Operating System updates and Exchange third-party AntiMalware software released through January of 2019. Customers running previous versions of XWall and XWALLFilter should update. No server re-start is required.

Updates Included in XWall 3.55:

New: Support for RFC 8446 TLS 1.3
New: Detect and use IPv6 DNS server
New: Support for RFC 6530 Email Address Internationalization (EAI)
New: Cache result of expansion of URL Shortening Services
New: Support for RFC Draft Guidelines for Management of DNSBLs for Email
New: NTLMv2 Authentication
New: Detect Linux ELF executable and treat it like a Windows Exe
New: Detect openXML ActiveMime and treat it like a VBA Macro
New: Support for RFC 8461 SMTP MTA Strict Transport Security (MTA-STS)
New: Support for RFC 8463 DKIM curve ED25519
Chg: Send DNS ORCPT only when different from the SMTP address
Chg: Converting a forwarded non-delivery report to a plain message
Chg: DSN in RFC format more compatible with Outlook Inbox
Chg: SPF and FCrDNS request an IPv6 DNS resolve even when IPv6 is disabled
Chg: Prefer SMTP Authentication by strength (NTLMv2/NTLM2/NTLM/LM/CRAM-MD5/PLAIN)
Chg: OpenSSL updated to v1.1.1a
Fix: DKIM with debug info in the signature
Fix: Support for base href when extracting an URL from HTML
Fix: Exclusion for Safe Links in SURBL and GURBL
Fix: UNRAR.dll 5.x behaves different when the archive consist only of encrypted files
Fix: Missing char in ISO-8859-7 table

Both the XWall and XWALLFilter releases are available on our Download Site. Under products, select "XWALL" and/or "XWALLFilter" to obtain the downloads.

Joseph R. Worrall
Lakewood Communications

worrall on February 04 2019 22:11:44 · Print
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