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Secure Web Gateway 12.2.2 Release Notes

New Features in the 12.2 Release   

This release provides the following new features. For resolved issues in this release and the update releases, see further below.

For information about how to upgrade to this release, see Upgrading to a New Version - Controlled Release.

Rebranding to Account for Transition   

Names of products, components, and other items have been rebranded to account for the transition from McAfee to Secure Web Gateway.

Rebranded SNMP SMI and MIB file with updated Org OID for Skyhigh Security   

As part of the rebranding, a new Object Identifier (OID) has been introduced for Org Skyhigh Security. We are updating the SNMP OID from .1.3.6.1.4.1.1230* to .1.3.6.1.4.1.59732*. You'll need to update your management software accordingly if they are referring to these OID. For more details, see Configure event monitoring with SNMP.

Trellix VX Integration to SWG  

The SWG 12.2.0 supports integration with Trellix Virtual Execution (VX). For more details, see Trellix Virtual Execution Integration to SWG.

Detection of OneNote files 

New Mediatype detection has been added for OneNote files to detect .one and .onepkg files. 

InsecureNetlogon  

Insecure NETLOGON channel is blocked by default to explicitly allow Insecure NETLOGON,  a new checkbox is provided in Windows Join Domain Dialogue. For more details, see InsecureNetlogon 

TCP Health Check  

Prior to this features, SWG would send live traffic to Next Hop Proxies to determine its health which resulted in delayed response in case Next Hop Proxy is not healthy. With this feature, SWG will have knowledge of the health of the Next Hop Proxies beforehand. For more details, see TCP Health Check for Next Hop Proxy.

Server Chunk Encoding  

A new check box option is provided in proxy control event settings, which allows to enforce chunk encoding transfer on server requests from SWG. For more details, see Server Side Chunk Encoding

Connect Response Based on HTTP-Protocol 

Connection Established response message always shows HTTP1.0 even if the HTTP Protocol header of the request was HTTP1.1. Now you can configure this under Proxy Control Event, where we can select to send back the Connection Established Response text based on the HTTP Protocol version received.   For more details, see Configure Connection Established Response based on HTTP Protocol Version.

Support to pipelined application/HTTP 

A new media type has been added to media type filtering for detection and Openers for pipelined Application/HTTP. 

New Properties for Multiline Base64 

To support the multiline Base-64, new properties are added in SWG

Support for kdbx-kdb-Filetype 

A new media type has been added to media type filtering to detect files of the kdbx and kdb types.

Client certificate authentication for HTML UI 

Client certificate authentication is now added for the HTML UI, For more details, see Client Certificate Authentication for HTML UI.

Configurable size limit of single XML attributes 

The configurable size limit of single XML attributes has been increased to reduce errors on startup when having large inline lists.

Resolved Issues in the 12.2.2 Release   

This release resolves known issues.

NOTE: Secure Web Gateway 12.2.2 is provided as a main release.    

For information about how to upgrade to this release, see Upgrading to a new version – Main Release.   

JIRA issue numbers are provided in the reference columns.

Reference Description
WP-5747 new media type entries have been added to media type system lists to support new Content-Type header
- application/oleobject, application/x-msdownload, text/vbscript
WP-5758 Save changes no longer fails for WebHybrid Sync, UCEhybrid Sync and, few cluster management field.
It is recommended to update the previous passwords set in the Configuration files. For more details see, SB10406
WP-5765 Save changes no longer fail after password encryption for file typesOps.xml.
It is recommended to update the previous passwords set in the Configuration files. For more details see, SB10406
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