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DeviceLock DLP 8.3 just updated!

DeviceLock, Inc., a leading developer of data leakage prevention (DLP) solutions, today announced the update of DeviceLock DLP 8.3.

What's New in DeviceLock 8.3.78302 (versus 8.3.77473):

  • NetworkLock: Added new File Sharing protocol control services: AnonFile,, DropMeFiles,,,,,, and
  • NetworkLock: Added new Career Search protocol control service:
  • NetworkLock: Improved support for Vkontakte and Facebook in the Social Networks protocol control.
  • NetworkLock: Improved support for Ladders and USAJOBS in the Career Search protocol control.
  • NetworkLock: Enhanced Basic IP Firewall functionality. New option "Override Protocols Permissions" allows administrator to block any connections to specified hosts, regardless of the permissions configured for the protocols.
  • NetworkLock: Enhanced Viber protocol support.
  • DeviceLock: DeviceLock Enterprise Server now supports PostgreSQL version 9.5 and newer. It is possible to use PostgreSQL to collect and store audit and shadow logs. Log consolidation is also supported for audit, shadow, deleted shadow, and server logs.
  • DeviceLock: Control Log Size function of DeviceLock Enterprise Server now uses "Consolidated Date/Time" instead of "Date/Time" (or "Received Date\Time") for consolidated log records.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed intermittent issue that caused log consolidation to stop with "The handle is invalid" error in some environments.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed issue that caused auditing and shadow copying malfunctions for USB storage devices added to the USB White List with "Allow Audit & Shadowing as Type" option checked along with Content-Aware Rules set for the Removable device type.
  • DeviceLock: Fixed compatibility issues with third-party software: Docker v. 2.

DeviceLock DLP components are priced on a modular basis. DeviceLock, a leading port and peripheral device access control component, can be purchased independently. As all components are included in any Suites installation, customers interested in the ContentLock and NetworkLock add-on components can deploy their DLP functionality incrementally by simply turning on additional capabilities as their security requirements demand and budgets allow.


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