We proudly present our next release of FlowTraq: 17.2 – this release breaks our age-old numbering system, called the “Q-releases”. In the past we would work hard each quarter to add great features to the FlowTraq product, and title the release with the quarter in which it was built (Q1/16, Q2/16, etc.) Now, we work even harder, and bring you a great update each quarter as well, except we number the release by the month of general availability: FlowTraq 17.2 is the February release of 2017. There’s a lot of great stuff in this one:
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FlowTraq 17.2 includes automatic clocks-skew correction updates the timestamps in flow records from exporters with improperly configured clocks, avoiding traffic that appears in the future, or far in the past.
Save workspaces to HTML to share and store key parts of sensitive security investigations
Improved multi-Dashboard interface
Improved response time on Quickview, Policy, and Alert pages for a better end-user experience
Rejection of obviously-bad flow records brings better data and more accuracy. One less concern for the operator.
Fixed issue affecting total sources count in some DDoS alerts
Fixed memory leak observed by some users on the Dashboard
Fixed line duplication in alert panel
Fixed server issue when exporting syslog to an unresolvable address