New Release of Perforce Swarm; Patch for SSL/TLS MITM Vulnerability in OpenSSL; Technical Support Infrastructure Improvements
Here's what's new from Perforce in July.
Perforce Swarm 2014.3 – Smoother Review Workflows
This release improves the review workflow in Swarm. New features of our 2014.3 release include:
- Lightweight issue management within a code review
- More control over diff context for easier understanding of changes
- Smoother review mechanics, particularly when many files are involved
- Sticky filtering reduces the time spent playing with settings
SSL/TLS MITM Vulnerability – P4D Patch Available for Download
Perforce server versions 2012.1 to 2014.1 have been patched to address the SSL/TLS MITM CVE-2014-0224 vulnerability in OpenSSL by linking in version 1.0.1h. This issue is a follow-on to the Heartbleed vulnerability from earlier this year.
You can download updated versions of P4D from our website: perforce.com/downloads. Please select the appropriate platform, OS and release number from the drop-down menus.
Perforce Support – FTP Server Upgrades for Faster File Uploads
As of July 30, 2014, Perforce customers looking to transfer files to our support teams should use our new FTP server “upload.perforce.com” instead of “ftp.perforce.com.” You can obtain login credentials from Support, or create your own credentials from your existing portal account. Please contact Perforce Support with any questions.
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Monthly Product Update Archive
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