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Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3.2 MP2
Symantec Encryption Desktop allows you to get your data, disks and email encrypt and manage you. Encryption keys In a working environment, it can be centrally adjusted by means of the Symantec Encryption Management Server. Encryption Desktop has arrived at version 10.3.2 and with the following brief announcement:
Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3.2 MP2 Resolved Issues
Resolved incompatibilities with Apple Mac OS X 10.9.3 systems.
Symantec Encryption Desktop:
Resolved the CVE vulnerability (CVE-2014-3431) with insecure file handling in world writable locations on Mac OS X. Symantec thanks Aaron Sigel of Apple for reporting this and working with us as we Addressed the issue.
Symantec Drive Encryption:
Resolved an issue So THAT Users can now successfully enter and confirm the encryption key’s passphrase in the Symantec Encryption Desktop for Mac client to encrypt an external USB drive or to access an encrypted external USB drive.
Resolved an issue So THAT changing the system date on client computers no longer initializes the auto-decryption process.
Resolved an issue so That the Symantec Encryption Desktop for Mac OS X client now Correctly displays the storage capacity of a drive when it is greater than 2 TB.
Added compatibility with the following smart cards so thatthey work properly with Symantec Encryption Desktop at preboot authentication:
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Resolved an issue so That the Symantec Encryption Desktop client now Correctly displays the storage capacity of a drive when it is greater than 2 TB
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