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Important Update Notes

Distribution Upgrade: openSUSE 15.1 to 15.2

This Cryptshare version enables an upgrade of the underlying operating system. After the update to Cryptshare version 4.8.1 is finished, the Cryptshare Administration Interface will offer the possibility to initiate the upgrade process.

Read the distribution upgrade manual before upgrading

A distribution upgrade makes significant changes to the underlying operating system. It is strongly recommended that you read the documentation before starting the upgrade process: Distribution Upgrade

Removal of Webservice Interfaces for Robot Version 1 and API Version 2

The Cryptshare Java API Version 2.x and Cryptshare Robot Version 1.x that were deprecated in the previous Cryptshare version are no longer compatible with this Cryptshare Server version.

If you are using the Cryptshare Java API Version 2.x and/or Cryptshare Robot Version 1.x, you will need to update these products to a supported version.


Language Packages

Due to structural changes in the language packages, all supported server language packages will be updated automatically, customized language packages will be removed during the update process (a backup is done before). If more language packages are needed, it is required to download and install them again.

Delta-File for changed passages

In case your language packages have been modified, the attached delta-file  delta_english_lp_4.7.1_to_4.8.1.txt can help you to locate the changes in this update and re-apply the modifications.

 Click here to see how the delta file for language packages is built.

Removed Files

Files listed in this section have been removed from the language package entirely.

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REMOVED FILES
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New Files

Files listed in this section have been added to the language package.

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NEW FILES
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Modified Files

Files listed in this section have been modified, which can be one of the following cases:

  • Keys have been removed
  • Keys have been added
  • Keys have been modified
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MODIFIED FILES
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---Modified keys---
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KEY: <affected key>
OLD: <former key & value>
NEW: <new key & value>

In case of a modification, the affected key, its old value and its new value is shown.

Additional Changes

  • Several minor libraries have been updated.

  • Introduced the possibility to perform an operating system upgrade from openSUSE 15.1 to 15.2.

  • Resolved an issue where archiving failed when using a Secure Copy Connector (SCP) along with public key authentication.

  • Resolved an issue where the server startup failed with licenses containing a very large number of licensed domains/email addresses.

  • Resolved an issue in the webservice interface preventing the retrieval of a transfer due to whitespaces in recipient email addresses.

  • Resolved an issue where the wrong download protection method was applied to Cryptshare support package transfers.

  • Resolved an issue in the telemetry with unlicensed products.

  • Resolved an issue where changes to the transfer size setting were not properly applied to Policies when resetting them.

  • Resolved a minor XSS vulnerability in the user interface - CVE-2021-3150, found by Rick Verdoes & Danny de Weille from HackDefense.

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