Thousands of New Cloud Applications Added to Cato Security Policies:We added over a thousand new cloud applications to the Cato Management Application. These new applications can be added to Internet firewall rules.Read more.
Improvements to the App Identification Engine:We are improving our infrastructure for identifying apps, and are now more precise in defining apps in the Analytics screens in the Cato Management Application.
Previously some apps were identified using generic names or services, and now they show the specific name for the app. For example, traffic for Azure.blob was previously identified as Azure or MS application. Now this traffic is identified with increased granularity.
Please contact Support if you have any questions.
Changes to Implicitly Bypassed Apps for TLS Inspection:We are enhancing the security in the Cato Cloud, and are planning to inspect apps that were previously excluded from TLS Inspection.
Starting onOctober 31st, the following apps will be inspected by the default TLS Inspection policy:
Starting onNovember 14th, the following apps will be inspected by the default TLS Inspection policy:
If there is an issue with one of the above apps, please contact Support and you can configure your TLS Inspection policy to bypass the app.Read more.
Cato SDP Client Releases
macOS Client:The new macOS 12 (Monterey) is supported on macOS Clients version 4.5.2 and higher.
End of Support for Linux Ubuntu 14:Starting on January 1st, 2022, Cato will no longer support Linux Ubuntu 14 platforms, and we are asking our customers to upgrade their platforms before then. After January 1st, we can’t guarantee the connectivity, performance, or supportability for Clients on Linux Ubuntu 14 platforms.
Brussels, Belgium:A new Cato PoP is now available in Brussels, Belgium.
Portland, United States:We upgraded the PoP in Portland (Oregon), and are now providing better service for the connections to this PoP.