New Update F-Secure 19.5 beta Released

Jonny Quest

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The newest F-Secure beta was released today.

Release 19.5 beta 1 (5.6.652):​

Bug fixes:​

  • Fixed problem where certain Vault entries were missing password & notes fields data. No data was lost, UI was just not able to show the fields. (PBL-12023)
  • Fixed problem with deletion of multiple passwords in Vault (PBL-12451)
  • Scheduled scanning has been changed to say "Monthly" instead of "Every 4 weeks" and it now runs on first instance of the day in the month. This also fixes a bug where scheduled scan could run too often. (PBL-12596)
Improvements:

  • Minor Main UI improvements
Other:

  • Windows 8.1 is no longer supported, version 19.5 cannot be installed on this OS.
  • WebView2 (web content renderer) has been updated to latest version.

edit: thank you, @harlan4096 ;) :)
 
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Release 19.5 beta 2 (5.6.849):

Bug fixes:

  • Enabling real-time scanning from Windows Security Center Dashboard does not work (PBL-12626)
  • Main UI statistics numbers are confusing (PBL-12621)
Improvements:

  • Trusted shoping settings, ad blocker settings and showing reputation in browser have been changed to be user specific. Every Windows user can have their own settings and changing settings does not require elevation. Note that existing settings will reset to default. (PBL-12376)
  • The changing status card in main view has been removed for now, we are investigating how to make it better.
 

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