Recent OPSWAT Product Updates

OPSWAT released new versions of Security Score, OESIS Framework, OESIS Mobile, AppRemover, CacheCleaner, Secure Virtual Desktop, Metascan and MetaDefender for Media this past month.

With this month's update to Security Score beta, the tool now scans your computer every 24 hours so that you can monitor your security and status of your applications over time. The update also includes a log that displays the list of threats that have been detected by the antivirus software installed on your computer.

OESIS Framework had five releases in April, which included additional product support for 21 Window products and 22 Mac products from top vendors such as Kaspersky Lab, K7, PCKeeper and more. In addition, version of OESIS Mobile included additional product support for numerous Android applications and core functionality support for iOS which allows us to retrieve the OS version and hardware identity of the device.

Keeping with this month's theme of additional product support, the latest update for AppRemover included support for 14 new products from top technology solution vendors such as Avast, Kaspersky Lab, Trend Micro and many others!

Version of CacheCleaner includes product support for Google Chrome version 24 and several bug fixes have been corrected which reduces customer issues.

The latest release of Secure Virtual Desktop included several bug fixes and changed the default settings for encryption of SVD session data to disabled.

Several great new features and improvements have been added in the newest version of Metascan. The update includes enhanced ICAP server support and a newly exposed ICAP interface to facilitate integration of multi-scanning to existing security architectures. For example, using the ICAP interface, Metascan can now be easily integrated to an established proxy server to scan all HTTP traffic over a network and block content that is detected as malware. The latest update to Metascan also features a dashboard that gives customers the ability to view the number of files Metascan has scanned and display the threats detected.

With the release of version 2.7.0, MetaDefender for Media now runs in its own secure desktop environment, which provides an added layer of security that prevents users from making changes to the MD4M system itself.

Finally, this month saw the release of the beta version of the Metascan Online Public API (which is available for free to all OPSWAT Portal users). The Metascan Online Public API makes it easier for users to scan files using the more than 40 antivirus engines available in Metascan Online.

Please visit to review the release notes and product user guides and to download the latest product versions.

For more information, please contact one of our critical infrastructure cybersecurity experts.

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