Release Notes For July 28, 2017

New
Dashboard: Now you can see both the active alerts and the things that have been suppressed since you were gone.
New
Support for international postal codes in sensor setup - Perch learns to be a more equal opportunity guardian of the galaxy; no matter where your sensor is (as long as it’s not the middle of the desert), Perch can put you on the cyber-security map.
New
Perchybana is live! Impress friends and neighbors with your network traffic insights. Be the life of any party by tracing netflow and diagnosing malware infections.
New
Alert review pagination, improved alert performance throughout Perch - people like books, books have pages, therefore people like pages. Now Perch has pages on its alert panels, therefore people will like Perch’s alert panels.
Bugfix
Sensor config - edge cases: more resiliency and error correction in uncommon install use cases, more ‘self-healing’ functionality to adjust for common problems.
Bugfix
Alert ‘all targets’ now pulls from the right data source - it used to come from column A, now it comes from column B. Same data, but easier/faster to query.
Bugfix
Show error message if user tries to create a subnet with a name that is too long - focus groups seem to indicate that users do not enjoy functionality that silently fails, so we’ve added a meaningful error message. Who would have known?
Bugfix
Backtest now returns group matches.
Note
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