Release Notes For Febuary 23, 2018

New
We’ve added a new section to the Community Dashboard: anonymized, latest true/false positive detections for members of the community. Now you get a better view of what everyone in your community is seeing and how they’re responding. As a bonus, we’ve made the lists available as a CSV download!
New
On the suppression modals, we’ve moved the contact information to the main view and removed the tabs. This helps make sure our SOC has the info they need to triage your alerts right in front of them when they’re preparing a suppression.
New
Groups on the alerts by host page now start off collapsed
New
Perchybana links slightly adjusted to show more relevant HTTP fields by default
New
We’re adding the raw Emerging Threats (and Pro) Suricata rule to the indicator detail page
Bugfix
Sign up adjusted so that browser password managers don’t try to use your Last Name as your user name
Bugfix
Fixed the comment visibility drop list UI issues and missing descriptions
Bugfix
We’ve crushed a multitude of little bugs that cropped up during our recent UI library upgrade and while polishing up the new observable detail view. Too many to list here, but if you find something we missed, LET US KNOW and we’ll fix it!
Note
Major UI library upgrade: keeping your tech stack up to date is important to continue to develop features using the latest tools and security fixes, and as a security company, that’s especially important to us. We’ve recently focused on upgrading some of our core application libraries to keep things running smoothly and securely.
Note
We’re in the middle of a pretty major intel storage refactoring that should enable us to see some real performance gains, especially for our larger customers and our SOC. It’s still a couple weeks away from being finished, but we’re already excited about the new hotness that it will allow us to build.
Note
Coming soon: XFF on alerts, multi-IP selection for IP suppressions, show all targets on closed alerts, new dashboard, and more!