Release Notes

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.

10.8 - Build 10080 (GA)

10.8 - Build 10080 - Standalone Edition

Enhancements

  • EventLog Analyzer server can now be configured to run in the HTTPS protocol as well. Option to provide the corresponding port numbers is also available.
  • Option to encrypt the Keystore password is now available.
  • You can now set the web session expiry time limit.
  • The solution now provides you the flexibility to change the language of EventLog Analyzer web client, after the solution had been installed.
  • Get to know the status of the report export process with the help of sleek progress bar.
  • We've now provided an option to get administrator credentials during service mode installation.
  • Log collection capability is strengthened to include both log type and time in the query mechanisms.

Fixes

  1. File Integrity Monitoring feature
    • The 'Select All' option in the 'Settings' tab wasn't working. This issue has been fixed.
    • The 'Back' button issue in the drill down pages has been fixed.
  2. The issue related to the inclusion of Japanese, Chinese characters in ‘Schedule’ names has been fixed.
  3. The blank home page issue when the Managed Servers are down has been fixed.

GA Release of EventLog Analyzer 10.8 - Build 10080 - Distributed Edition

  • Managed Server contains all the features of EventLog Analyzer Standalone Edition Version 10.8 Build - 10080
  • No changes specific to Distributed Edition Admin Server in this release
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