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MetaDefender ICAP Server v4.12.1 Release

Product Overview 

OPSWAT MetaDefender ICAP Server provides advanced threat protection for network traffic through simple integration with any ICAP-enabled network appliance (load balancer, reverse/forward proxy, web application firewalls, and more). By leveraging OPSWAT’s industry-leading technologies: Deep Content Disarm and Reconstruction (Deep CDR), Multiscanning, File-Based Vulnerability Assessment, Proactive Data Loss Prevention (Proactive DLP), and Threat Intelligence, MetaDefender ICAP Server scans all traffic before it reaches the network to protect organizations from malicious file uploads, zero-day attacks, and file-based vulnerabilities.

Release Highlights

MetaDefender ICAP Server 4.12.1 provides an option to implement, customize, parse and report custom ICAP headers to automate the investigation process; session timeout configuration for administration UI; and minor enhancements and bug fixes.

Automate Investigation: Track the Originating Application When a File is Blocked

When handling large or diverse deployments of various web applications that connect with MetaDefender Core and MetaDefender Core ICAP Server, administrators need an easy way to know where an infected file originated from.

MetaDefender ICAP Server 4.12.1 enables customers to add unique, user-supplied custom headers to file submissions sent to MD Core for scanning. Customers can use these headers to denote IP addresses, application IDs, etc. These headers are consumed by MetaDefender Core and then included as metadata in the scan logs, scan results and JSON output. This feature enables threat teams to quickly identify the original source where malware was detected and facilitates automated workflows for easy tracking of infected submissions and notifications to the affected application owner.

Configure Session Timeout for Administration UI

This release provides the option to configure a session timeout in the administration UI to add another layer of security. Administrators can now set a session timeout after a particular number of minutes of user inactivity.


Release Details

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