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Release Notes

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What's New in the July 28, 2022 Release

Classifier Enhancements

Increased Impersonation Protection efficacy by improving detections and reducing false positives. Enhancements have been made in the following areas:

  • Phish masking – Hiding malicious URLs behind link forwarding or shortening services.
  • Fake invoices embedded in emails.
  • Threats using IPFS links.
  • Impossible travel – Activity occurring at a distance impossible for a person to reach in the time between events.
  • HTML classifier enhancements.
  • Improved native Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, and Dutch language threat detections.

What's New in the June 16, 2022 Release

Message Details

What's New in the September 13, 2021 Release

Suspicious Sign In Status

Account Takeover information for Suspicious Sign Ins now includes whether the attempted suspicious sign in was a success or a failure. For more information, see Account Takeover Incidents

What's New in the May 4, 2021 Release

Exporting Mailboxes to CSV

You can now export and the list of mailboxes and their protection status to a CSV file. For more information, see Spear Phishing Protection.

What's New in the April 12, 2021 Release

New Workflow for Reporting False Positives

Improved workflow for receiving feedback about why an email is a false positive. Updated flow is described in False Positives.

What's New in the June 25, 2020 Release

Integration with Syslog

You can now export your message log data to a syslog server or a security information and events management (SIEM) system. 

For details, refer to How to Connect to a Syslog.

What's New in the March 20, 2020 Release

New Usage Report

The dashboard page now displays which Office 365 mailboxes are licensed and monitored. It includes:

  • a list of all  mailboxes (users and shared mailboxes)
  • whether they have an Exchange license entitlement
  • whether each mailbox is monitored and protected by Barracuda Sentinel

It is possible that a mailbox does not have an Exchange license, but Barracuda Sentinel will still monitor and protect it. There is also the case where a mailbox is licensed but we are unable to monitor it. Those are rare.

For more information, see Spear Phishing Protection.

What's New in the February 27, 2020 Release

Barracuda Sentinel Serial Number 

You can now enter your serial number and linking code directly into Barracuda Sentinel. Within Barracuda Sentinel, click on the three dots on the top right and enter their serial number and linking code in the dialog that appears. 

Your serial number and linking code are located in the email that you received when you purchased Barracuda Sentinel, Barracuda Total Email Security, or Barracuda Total Email Protection.

What's New in the February 1, 2020 Release

Conversation Hijacking

Barracuda Sentinel now protects you against Conversation Hijacking attacks. Check out our blog post to learn more.

What's New in the January 7, 2020 Release

Introducing the Barracuda Sentinel changelog!

The What's New feature now appears in the top right of Barracuda Sentinel pages. It  includes new features, improvements, fixes but also scheduled maintenance.  You can also  subscribe  to receive updates sent to your inbox.

What's New in the October 16, 2020 Release

DMARC Redesign

Sentinel updated how it handles DMARC. See the following articles for details:

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