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Skyhigh Security

Download the DLP Integrator

To use the DLP Integrator for indexing/fingerprinting on Windows, you must first install both Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable and Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable.

Release and Support Plan

For details, see DLP Integrator Release and Support Plan


IMPORTANT: To download Skyhigh Security software installers, you must be logged in and authenticated in Skyhigh Security Help (MindTouch). For assistance, contact Skyhigh Support.


  • Once the current SSE release is accessible in your PROD environment, it is recommended to download the most recent DLP integrator installers. It implies the DLP integrator installers are functional in the EU PROD environment first and these installers might not be functional on the US PROD before the US PROD release. 
  • DLP installers that have approached End of Life (EOL) are removed from this page. For details, see DLP Integrator Release and Support Plan.

6.4.2 does not include any integrator changes

Customer acknowledges that the Software is subject to U.S. and when applicable, European Union export regulations. Customer shall comply with applicable export and import laws and regulations for the jurisdiction in which the Software will be imported and/or exported. Customer shall not export the Software to any individual, entity or country prohibited by applicable law or regulation. Customer is responsible, at Customer’s own expense, for any local government permits, licenses or approvals required for importing and/or exporting the Software.

Exports and re-exports of Skyhigh Security products are subject to U.S. export controls and sanctions administered by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) under the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR). This page provides export control information regarding our software and hardware products. Our products provide encryption features that are subject to the EAR and other U.S. laws. 

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