Cato Networks Knowledge Base

Product Update - May 2nd, 2022

  • Updated

New Features & Enhancements

  • Improvements to TLS Inspection Implicit Bypass: For some applications that implicitly bypassed TLS Inspection (such as Dropbox) are now inspected when accessed from an Internet browser. Read more.
  • Security Enhancement to Application Control Policy (CASB) to Block QUIC and GQUIC: When you initially enable the policy, a rule is automatically added to the top of Internet firewall rulebase that blocks QUIC and GQUIC traffic. This follows Cato’s security best practices.
    • If necessary, you can edit this rule based on the requirements of your account

Security Updates

  • IPS Signatures:
    • Malware - Clop (Enhancement)
    • CVE-2022-22965
    • CVE-2022-22963
    • CVE-2022-22954
    • CVE-2020-8218
    • CVE-2020-15505
    • CVE-2018-6789
    • CVE-2017-6737
    • CVE-2017-6736
    • CVE-2014-1812
    • CVE-2014-0780
  • TLS Inspection: The following applications are now inspected when accessed from a browser:
    • Google applications (Enhancement)
    • Google Drive (Enhancement)
    • Microsoft General (Enhancement)
    • Microsoft Live (Enhancement)
    • Microsoft Azure (Enhancement)
    • Dropbox (Enhancement)

Knowledge Base Updates

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