GoAnywhere MFT Agents Release Notes
August 20, 2020 - 1.4.2
- Added support for rsa-sha2-256 and rsa-sha2-512 public key algorithms.
- Upgraded Postgresql JDBC jar file from version 42.2.7 to 42.2.14.
- Upgraded netty library version from 4.1.42 to 4.1.46.
- Upgrade commons-codec version 1.10 to version 1.14.
- Updated the JNQ Network Share API from version 1.0.2.br-1.1 to 1.2.6.
- Upgraded log4j libraries from 1.2.17 to 2.13.3.
- Upgraded JavaMail version from 1.4.4 to 1.6.2.
- Fixed an issue where the processing of concurrent requests was limited to minimum thread configuration.
- Fixed issue where input streams could be left open when error occurred.
March 18, 2020 - 1.4.1
- Added the ability to restrict the local address/ports used for outgoing connections to GoAnywhere.
- Updated the agent connections to use different key loading process while in normal mode vs FIPS Approved Mode. Release 1.4.0 introduced a new global key loading process that could delay transfer connections when agent is installed on a system with slow entropy gathering.
- Updated the task library to include fixes such as fixing Excel Password Protect task corrupting files, Retrieve Email task issue with Chinese characters in file names, etc, that were introduced as part of 1.4.0.
- Fixed an issue where Agent job log messages were failing if the content was too large.
January 9, 2020 - Version 1.4.0
Starting with version 1.4.0, GoAnywhere Agents require a minimum JRE (Java Runtime Environment) version of 1.8. If you are running on a Java version prior to 1.8, you must upgrade your JRE before upgrading GoAnywhere Agents to version 1.4.0.
- Added the ability to specify an external location for config files when installing an Agent.
- Added the ability to monitor FTP, FTPS, and SFTP locations on Agents.
- Added settings to globally disable SSL/TLS versions and cipher suites for both server and client connections across the entire product.
- Added new global SSL/TLS security configuration options to enforce server certificate validation.
- Added a new verification check for X.509 CA certificate Basic Constraints.
- Added support for Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs) verification for all SSL/TLS connections.
- Implemented new certificate extended key usage validation for server authentication and for email encryption and signature certificates.
- Added a date validity check to ensure certificates are valid and not expired.
- Added support for Software Identification (SWID) tag.
- Added the ability to run Agents in FIPS 140-2 Compliance mode.
- Upgraded the embedded Apache Derby database from version 10.12.1.1 to version 10.14.2.0.
- Upgraded PostgreSQL JDBC library from version 9.4.1212 to 42.2.7.
- Upgraded the Apache HTTP Client libraries from version 4.5.2 to 4.5.3.
- Upgraded Jackson Databind, Core, and Annotations libraries from 2.9.9 to 2.10.1.
- Upgraded the Netty network application framework library from version 3.10.4 to 4.1.42.
- Updated the Netty network application framework library from 3.10.4 to 4.1.33.
- Updated the Agents Virtual File system to exclude misconfigured and inaccessible folders.
- Updated the AWS S3 libraries from version 1.11.14 to version 1.11.631.
June 12, 2019 - Version 1.3.2
- Added an option to configure the max threads for the Agent Project runtime.
- Added an option to configure the max threads for the Agent Monitor runtime.