- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
We have just published Kerio Operator 2.2.5. The key information is that this release includes the fix for the "Heartbleed bug" in OpenSSL.
This is the full change log for version 2.2.5:
Kerio Operator engine
* Added auto provisioning for Cisco 7942G (firmware 8.x.x)
- Upgraded SSL to fix the 'Heartbleed' bug.
- Fixed deadlocks in the Asterisk process that could happen under heavy server load.
- Fixed a crash that could occur in the AMI process.
- Improved the detection of the congestion/busy states with PRI links.
- Several corrections in the auto provisioning for Grandstream phones (generating dialing patterns for the phone, LDAP search config).
- Fixed timezone settings for Snom M9.
Kerio Operator Administration
- Fixed an issue in Advanced Forwarding screen that could lead to an empty configuration.
- Fixed detection of unsaved changes in the Security screen (changes could be lost when clicking Refresh).
Kerio Operator Client Interface
- Fixed displaying of an active call to/from a call queue (also influenced the Salesforce integration app).
[Updated on: Tue, 29 April 2014 11:36]
When will you add virtio drivers to Operator and Control? Apart from Virtio-support, they both run very smoothly on Linux KVM.
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