Last Modified: 03/06/2013
VSE 8.8 Patch 2 Hotfix 778101, including Release Notes, is available from the McAfee Downloads site.
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|KB76768||Issue: A Bugcheck (C2 or 19) could occur when file paths of a certain length were matched against Access Protection rules. |
Resolution: The Access Protection rule matching logic now handles path names of any length.
|KB75462||Issue: User sessions not terminated after logging out on Windows Server 2008 SP1. |
Resolution: An updated VirusScan Enterprise driver no longer prevents Windows Server 2008 SP1 from deleting the session when a user logs out.
|Issue: When a file could not be deleted as part of a repair option, the file was incorrectly added to a pending file rename operations list, causing some errors during the repair. |
Resolution: The repair operation now checks for the existence of the file before adding it to the pending file rename operations list.
|800778||Issue: Servers with multiple network adapters and Receive Side Scaling enabled experienced high memory usage or depletion. |
Resolution: An updated VirusScan Enterprise driver no longer causes a backlog of uncompleted User Datagram Protocol (UDP) requests which exhausted system memory.
|756805||SB10038||Issue: When the Access Protection feature is disabled (which is not a recommended configuration), the product may be vulnerable to a privilege escalation as described in SB10038. |
Resolution: This hotfix ensures appropriate security permissions are enforced when the Access Protection feature is disabled.
- This release was developed for use with VSE 8.8 Patch 2.
- Rating: McAfee recommends this release for all environments. This release is considered a High Priority rating. See KnowledgeBase article KB51560 for information on ratings.
High Priority: High priority for all environments. Failure to apply a High Priority update may result in potential business impact.
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