EventLog Analyzer - Release Notes

Listed here are the feature enhancements and bug fixes in each release update of EventLog Analyzer.

For further information please contact EventLog Analyzer Support.

11.1 - Build 11012 (GA)

11.1 - Build 11012 - Standalone Edition

Enhancements

  • EventLog Analyzer now provides you with an option to export the generated alert messages.
  • You now have the option to select all the available host groups while creating a report, alert profile, or filter.
  • We have now enhanced the edit, disable, and delete icons available in the alert message section.
  • EventLog Analyzer's calendar will be automatically updated every 10 minutes.
  • You can now edit the report schedules to change the report formats (PDF or CSV).
  • Help card is now added to assist the vulnerability import option.

Fixes

  1. The alignment in CSV reports has been fixed
  2. The deletion of original file while importing application logs using Internet Explorer browser has been fixed.
  3. Scheduling the predefined reports for large number of hosts has been fixed.
  4. The 'Pick host' option in correlation rule filter page has been fixed.
  5. The option to disable AD authentication has been fixed.
  6. Archive status change in Internet Explorer 11 has been fixed.
  7. 'View Per Page' option in 'Hosts' page has been fixed.
  8. Selected hosts count in 'the Search' and 'Pick host' feature has been fixed.
  9. Feature request link for Log360 has been fixed.

Distributed Edition

Enhancements

  • The enhancements are same as in the Standalone Edition.

Fixes

  1. All fixes to the Standalone Edition are applicable to the Distributed Edition as well.
Customer Speaks
 
"Windows Event logs and device Syslogs are a real time synopsis of what is happening on a computer or network. EventLog Analyzer is an economical, functional and easy-to-utilize tool that allows me to know what is going on in the network by pushing alerts and reports, both in real time and scheduled. It is a premium software Intrusion Detection System application."
Jim Lloyd
Information Systems Manager
First Mountain Bank
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