Cortex XDR Agent Addressed Issues
List of addressed issues in Cortex XDR agent 7.1 releases.
The following tables lists the issues that are addressed in Cortex XDR agent 7.1 releases.
Cortex XDR Agent 7.1.2 Addressed Issues
Fixed an issue of inconsistent PMD crashes that occurred on Linux endpoints after upgrading the Cortex XDR agent 6.1.0 release to 7.1.0 or 7.1.1. releases.
Fixed an issue of high disk space usage.
Fixed an issue where the Cortex XDR agent console wrongly displayed the Protection Status as Disabled on the endpoint.
Fixed an issue on VDI endpoints with slow CPU, where sometimes the Cortex XDR agent failed to register with the Cortex XDR server due to a delayed registration flow.
Fixed an issue that occurred when using Cytool on Linux endpoints running Cortex XDR agent 7.1 release or later, where if the
https_proxyenvironment variable set on the endpoint, Cytool attempted to process it instead of ignoring it.
Fixed a compatibility issue where Office files could disappear or network shared could become invisible if Windows Access-Based Enumeration (ABE) was enabled for the file server.
Fixed an issue where you could not install the Cortex XDR agent on a Windows endpoint with a third party winsock provider, such as PGP desktop.
Fixed an issue where the Cortex XDR agent failed to connect to the server using an invalid ID even with the
Cytool reconnect forcecommand.
Addressed security issues.
Fixed an issue on endpoints where Behavioral threat protection was disabled, that security policy recalculation was triggered even if there were no policy updates.
Fixed a performance issue that occurred on Mac endpoints running heavy script loads.
Enhanced the agent log to include more details when an agent fails to download new content as a result of bandwidth management issues.
Cortex XDR Agent 7.1.1 Addressed Issues
In an environment where the Cortex XDR agent is connected to the Cortex XDR management console through a proxy, fixed an issue where the agent failed to register after upgrading to Cortex XDR 7.1 release due to incorrect timeout settings.
Fixed an issue of high CPU on Windows endpoints.
Fixed an issue where the Cortex XDR agent failed to start on a VDI instance if the hardware ID was the same as in the Golden Image.
Fixed an issue where the Cortex XDR agent did not report device control violations for a USB device if the device serial number ended with one or more null characters.
Fixed an issue where the agent did not recalculate the policy after restarting the endpoint, if the Cortex XDR agent was disconnected.
Fixed an issue where the Cortex XDR agent did not receive a request to shut down gracefully when the operating system was rebooted or shut down.
On Mac endpoints running macOS 10.15.4, the
Protection Statusin the agent console now indicates the status of both Malware and Exploit modules on the endpoint.
Fixed an issue that occurred during the installation of a Cortex XDR 7.1 on an endpoint running macOS 10.15.4, where the popup to allow full disk access included a link to the incorret Cortex XDR agent admin guide release.
Fixed an issue where the endpoint suddenly halted as a result of a race condition in cyvrlpc.sys.
Fixed an issue where Support files generation failed on an encrypted Windows endpoint.
Fixed an issue where you could only upgrade manually a Cortex XDR agent that was installed using a Shell installation package to a Cortex XDR agent using an rpm package on Linux endpoints running SUSE distributions.
Fixed an issue where the Cortex XDR agent failed to collect log files when executing the
Cytool log collectcommand from a
Cortex XDR Agent 7.1 Addressed Issues
There are no addressed issue in this release.
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