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Barracuda Web Security Gateway (previously called Barracuda Web Filter) 9.1.004


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#1 Ben Bartle

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Posted 15 March 2016 - 06:09 PM

Barracuda Web Security Gateway (previously called Barracuda Web Filter) 9.1.004 is now generally available worldwide.
 
This latest firmware includes the following enhancements:
 
Ability to block Google consumer accounts while allowing Google hosted organizational accounts to access a specified list of Google applications 
 
Ability to categorize domains dynamically in real time
 
Ability to hide custom categories in reports
 
Please note that starting with 9.1, the Barracuda Malware Removal Tool is no longer supported.
For more information, please check the url below for the release notes.

 

http://updates.cudasvc.com/cgi-bin/view_release_notes.cgi?type=spyware&platform=3&version=9.1.0.004


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#2 Chris Seager

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Posted 16 March 2016 - 09:27 AM

Is there a reason why the malware removal tool is no longer being supported?  It is nice to have a second scanning tool.  Also, the release notes link was not working. 



#3 Tom Symons

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Posted 16 March 2016 - 12:44 PM

Yes, your customers want to know why you pulled support for the malware removal tool.  Please define "Supported" - does that mean it will no longer be updated and available, or just if we call asking about it you'll tell us it's provided as-is? We have 50 or so of your web filters, this warrants a phone call into the support team.



#4 Ben Bartle

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Posted 22 March 2016 - 08:09 AM

The malware removal tool is no longer fully effective.  We are working on a replacement tool that will serve our customers better. Until then, we recommend customers use a tool of their choice for endpoint removal. 

The link for the release notes seems to work now.


Ben Bartle

Product Manager - Web Security Gateway

Technical Marketing Engineer 

Content and Network Security @ Barracuda Networks