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LoadMaster - LTSF Release

Release Notice: LoadMaster LMOS 7.2.54.10 Long Term Support Feature Release

Release Date: 30 April 2024

Release Highlights

Security Updates

Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:

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LoadMaster - Feature GA Release

Release Notice: LoadMaster LMOS 7.2.60.0 Generally Available Release

Release Date: 17 July 2024

Release Highlights

New Features

  • ACME Wildcard Certificates and DNS Challenge
  • Per-VS Parameters for Resource Based Adaptive Scheduling (UofB)
  • GEO Process Watchdog

Change Notices

  • Upgrade BIND to version 9.16.25
  • Default for Local Certificate Validation Modified
  • The 'httpOnly' Flag Added to Persistence Cookies
  • Virtual Service API Persistence Reporting Change
  • Single Sign On support for non-standard ports
  • UEFI Boot Support

Security Updates

  • Removed Weak Ciphers from Best Practices Cipher Set

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LoadMaster - LTS Release

Release Notice: LoadMaster LMOS 7.2.48.12 Long Term Support Release

Release Date: 30 April 2024

Release Highlights

Security Updates

Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:

Links


Multi-Tenant LoadMaster - GA Release

Release Notice: Multi-Tenant LoadMaster MT_7.1.35.11

Release Date: 22 March 2024

Release Highlights

Security Updates

Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:

Links


Kemp 360 Central

Release Notice: Kemp 360 Central V2.13

Release Date: 28 February 2022

Upgrading to Version 2.13 

Upgrading to Version 2.13 requires a fresh install. It is not possible to upgrade from prior versions. In order to retain all configuration information we recommend taking a backup from version 2.12. Backup/restore functions on 2.13 are only supporting 2.12 backups currently.

Any MELA or Pooled customers, please work with our support team to migrate the licensing and specific steps.

Release Highlights 

Major Security Footprint Upgrade

We have updated our base operating systems to the current Ubuntu LTS to address many security risks we have identified. Along with the base OS upgrade we have upgraded and removed a number of internal libraries as well to maintain a proper security footprint.

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