This release includes stability and quality fixes. It supports all features of previous releases.
Forensic Reports now include URL and domain reputation analyses from Network Operations. A new view for Network Operations is available with this information. Click on Network Events under the Suspicious Activity menu option to access this view.
Anti-Ransomware, Behavioral Guard and Forensics
Resolves an issue related to missing buttons on the Remediation Manager User Interface.
Anti-Ransomware, Behavioral Guard and Forensics now default to the most recently used policy, if they have not received a new policy from Management.
Resolves apparent hang in the Forensics report when there is no execution tree to display.
Full Path exclusions now work in Anti-Ransomware. When Anti-Ransomware excludes a process by its full path, it does not exclude other processes with the same name in different paths.
Improves the exclusion of Check Point, Trend Micro and McAfee process activities from Forensics monitoring for better blade performance.
Resolves the issue of continuous high CPU utilization when a very large Forensics report transmission fails.
Fixes a rare crash in Forensics when resources are scarce during maintenance tasks.
Threat Emulation and Anti-Exploit
Resolves a file system performance issue in the Threat Emulation blade to prevent delays in file creation or copy on local disks.
Resolves a non-local file access monitoring issue. Threat Emulation now monitors file creation and access on non-local disks, and emulates them, if necessary.
Fixes a crash in Anti-Exploit protected applications when Control Guard is on in Windows 10.
Full Disk Encryption
Resolves an issue in which Full Disk Encryption failed to synchronize a hostname change.
Resolves an issue for Pre-Boot keyboard functionality on Epson NA512E.
Resolves an issue in which Pre-Boot went into a reboot loop, on some UEFI machines, during disk cache issues.
Resolves an instability issue of Full Disk Encryption Single-Sign-On functionality on Microsoft Windows 10 1803.
Resolves upgrade issues when two product lines were shown for Check Point Endpoint Security in Add\Remove Programs, after previously failed upgrades.
Starting from E80.85, SandBlast Agent improves coverage of malicious threats by sending anonymized Incident related data to the Check Point Threat Cloud. This feature is turned on by default. For more information, including how to disable this feature, refer to sk129753.
To support SmartLog or SmartView Tracker reporting with Endpoint Security Clients for all supported servers (except R80.20), you must update the log schema. Follow instructions in sk106662.
Endpoint Security E80.88 Clients
E80.88 Endpoint Security Clients for Windows OS (Recommended)
A zip file that contains all package permutations listed below.
E80.88 Complete Endpoint Security Client for 32 bit systems