What’s New at Carbonite + Webroot August 2022

  • 26 August 2022
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What’s New at Carbonite + Webroot August 2022
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Build Version 9.5.2

Key items in this release:

  • Addressed issue that led to false positive for Apple’s Malware Removal Tool (MRT)
  • Fixed an issue where OS version was not updating correctly
  • New CLI command to accept restore file from quarantine
  • New CLI command to initiate full scan


Build Version 2.0.1

Key items in this release:

  • Updated signing to conform to Microsoft signing requirements
  • Remove support for legacy IE extension
    • The extension for Edge is still supported
  • Incorporate Real-Time Anti-Phishing into wrUrl.dll
    • The previous standalone RTAP DLL, wrPhreshPhish.dll, is removed from the system after reboot.
  • Business only in Fix for issue obtaining console whitelist


Starting this month, new Autopilot campaigns are released automatically in accordance with the schedule. See details below and in-app. Also this month, we have made technical updates to our Webroot course library, and we are releasing assets for phishing simulations adapted from recent return-to-office attacks including HR surveys and voicemail hooks.

  • Autopilot campaigns
    • Autopilot Baseline: 2FA - Factor Fakeout (training)
    • Autopilot Baseline: Zoom Account Suspension  (phishing)
  • Technical updates to entire Webroot course library
  • 19 assets for phishing templates adapted from recent attacks


CSB Hyper-V Agent V9.10

Key items in this release:

  • Improved backup performance
  • To improve the performance of incremental backups, the Hyper-V Agent now determines which parts of a VM disk have changed since the last backup and only reads disk blocks that have changed. Previous Hyper-V Agent versions read all blocks of a disk during an incremental backup, even if some disk blocks had not changed.
  • To determine which disk blocks have changed, the Hyper-V Agent uses Resilient Change Tracking (RCT): a Hyper-V feature that tracks changes on VM disks. RCT is available in Windows Server 2016 or later for VMs with configuration version 6.2 or later.
  • Note: Because RCT is not available on Windows Server 2012 R2, Hyper-V Agent 9.1 must read all disk blocks during incremental backups in Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Security enhancements have been added in Hyper-V Agent 9.10.


The Hyper-V Agent Management & Host service is now including support for Windows 2022:

  • Windows Server 2022
  • Windows Server 2022 Core


Build Version 10.10

Key items in this release:


  • Two-factor authentication helps companies strengthen their security posture. Please note, two-factor authentication will not be enforced during the v10.10 upgrade, but it will be required at a later date.
  • Enhanced location services gives administrators even more insight into a device’s location if it is lost or stolen. This enhancement also provides the IP location and a detailed status of the device, so that admins can easily troubleshoot any problems or errors.
  • User list and device list improvements helps companies with more than 100 users or devices easily search for specific devices or users.


Build Version 22.3.1

Key items in this release:


  • Find and Recover Your Lost Exchange Data in a Few Clicks – Next-gen UX. Our next-gen UI with the Browse Backup functionality mimics Outlook’s folder structure, simplifying search and recovery. Seamlessly navigate and locate your lost Exchange item (Email, Contact, Calendar, Task, or Note) by browsing through our Outlook-like backup. Find and recover what you are looking for in a couple of clicks!
  • Restore Public Channels in Microsoft 365 Groups and Teams. We've now extended our comprehensive Teams backup (channels, calendars, conversations & metadata) to include in-place restore for a specific channel within a Team. This includes the metadata (name, settings, owners, members, etc.), posts, files and tabs (including application data).
  • New Data Center in France. Bonjour! We're pleased to announce the addition of the Amazon AWS Data Center in Paris, France to our selection of cloud backup data centers. The ability to choose from a wide range of data centers helps our customers comply with local data sovereignty laws that regulate the physical location and movement of data. In addition to Paris, we also offer European DCs in Dublin and Frankfurt, as well as DCs in the UK, US, Canada and Australia.


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Thanks for posting. Glad to see the update for Apple’s MRT listed here