Policy Server 

1. Fixed the issue where HTML-wrapped files wouldn’t open using native applications in certain rare scenarios. 

a. Before the fix: HTML-wrapped files in shared folders on a network wouldn’t open when dragged and dropped on Chrome with the intent of opening them in the native application using the ‘Open Seclore’ button.  

b. After the fix: This issue is now resolved. 


2. Changes to make Seclore Online a completely independent agent of the Policy Server for better scalability and performance. 

a. Seclore Online is now an independent offering that opens Seclore-protected files online without processing them in the Policy Server.  

b. Consequently, configuration fields for the Lite Online Viewer and Editor have been replaced with fields for Seclore Online in the Policy Sever.  


3. Seclore Policy Server upgraded to Apache Tomcat 9.0.38.


4. Seclore’s Right Click > Classify feature is now configurable. 

a. Earlier, Right Click > Classify was available as a default feature for all enterprises. 

b. Now, this feature is disabled by default for all enterprises with Seclore for Windows; however, it can be enabled if enterprises need it. 

c. To enable this feature, it will need to be explicitly enabled during the installation or upgrade process. 


5. Fixed the issue where downloading the Seclore agent from Seclore Online Editor would show an error in certain rare scenarios. 

a. Before the fix: Clicking on the ‘Download app’ button in the Seclore Online Editor showed an error. This impacts only older HTML-wrapped files.   

b. After the fix: This issue is now resolved. 

6. Language Pack upgrade for Spanish, French and Russian.

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