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Release Notes

Cloud Upgrade on Jan 28, 2023

New Feature

 

Sandbox recovery: Malicious File Scan support for windows sandbox virtual machines

This feature is under early access and is available for limited customers.

Use the Sandbox Recovery feature to recover a specific restore point, followed by an antivirus scan in a sandbox environment. You can certify whether the selected restore point is clean based on the scan results. 

After a successful sandbox virtual machine data restore, you can scan the data for viruses and malware with the Malicious File Scan feature enabled.

For Sandbox virtual machines, you can enable the Malicious File Scan feature from the  Hybrid Workloads > Restore > Sandbox Recovery > Settings page.

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The anti-virus scan engine scans the entire data for potential viruses and malware and provides details for the following that can help you take the necessary corrective action:

  • File Scanned: Number of files scanned for a restore job

  • Malicious Files Found: Number of malicious files found in the restored snapshot

  • Files Scan Skipped: Number of files skipped from the scan

For more information, see,

New API for listing count of restore scan jobs

We have added the List count of restore scan jobs API to support automation and get information about the total count of all the restore scan jobs for different resource types- File Server, NAS, Endpoints, and so on.

For more information, see Developer Portal.

Cloud Upgrade on Jan 12, 2023

This release has minor bug fixes.

Cloud Upgrade on Dec 29, 2022

New Feature

Introducing Security Command Center

A centralized dashboard that highlights the overall posture of the Druva environment in terms of:

  • Cloud Platform Security
  • Data Compliance
  • Data Protection
  • Data Access risks

The Security Command Center console is the starting point from where you can view the security risk details for your Cloud Platform and data sources and monitor its overall security health.

It also provides actionable guidance on corrective actions that can be taken to mitigate identified risks, such as those related to cloud platform security, data compliance, data protection, and data access. By regularly monitoring the security and risk posture using the Security Command Center console, you can proactively identify and address potential security risks, helping to ensure the security and compliance of your organization's data.

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For more information, see Security Command Center.

Customer action required: None

Cloud Upgrade on Dec 15, 2022

This release has minor bug fixes.

Cloud Upgrade on Dec 01, 2022

This release has minor bug fixes.

Cloud Upgrade on Nov 17, 2022

This release has minor bug fixes.

Cloud Upgrade on Oct 15, 2022

New Feature

Quarantine infected Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace resources

You can now isolate the infected resources that belong to Microsoft 365 (OneDrive and SharePoint Online) and Google Workspace (Google Drive and Shared Drives) to prevent the infection from spreading.

The Quarantine Bay feature in the Ransomware Recovery module enables you to quarantine infected snapshots on the impacted Microsoft 365 (OneDrive and SharePoint Online) and Google Workspace (OneDrive and SharePoint Online) resources and helps safeguard your organization from further infection by barring users or administrators from downloading or restoring the infected data to other data sources.

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For more information, see,

Customer action required: None

Archived release notes

For release notes of previous cloud updates, see Archived Release Notes.

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