ESS dropping support for insecure ciphers
by Barracuda NetworksBarracuda Email Security Service (ESS) no longer supports the following insecure ciphers for Transport Layer Security (TLS). ECDHE-ECDSA-DES-CBC3-SHA [1.0] ECDHE-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA [1.0] DHE-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA [1.0] AES256-GCM-SHA384 [1.2...
ESS dropping support for older versions of TLS/SSL
by Barracuda NetworksStarting on Jan 16, 2020 (next week), ESS will no longer accept connections on SSL v3. Additionally on Jun 1, we’ll drop support for TLS v1.0 and v1.1. These are extremely old protocols that have lots of security vulnerabilities. This...
Beta for Syslog/SIEM Server Integration
by Barracuda NetworksWe are now in the beta phase of syslog/SIEM server integration. With this, you can transfer Message Log data onto your own syslog/SIEM server to monitor, track and troubleshoot message log activity. It provides the benefits of a single...
Scanning inside Attachments for Links that Point to Malicious Websites
by Danica TangriEssentials now scans for links that are inside documents sent as attachments in emails. Scanning occurs at the time of email delivery, when the email is processed, and not at the time of click. Messages determined to contain malicious...
Block and Quarantine of Encrypted Microsoft Office Documents
by Danica TangriYou now have the option to reject inbound and outbound encrypted Microsoft Office documents before they reach your end users’ inboxes. If your organization does not expect emails with encrypted attachments, we recommend you turn this...
Enhanced control over Barracuda Support Access
by Barracuda NetworksWith this latest feature, you can enable or disable Barracuda Support access to your account(s) whenever you like.
We're starting a changelog 📣
by Aseem AsthanaToday we're are thrilled to introduce our product timeline. The purpose of this timeline is to keep you informed about updates and changes we are continuously pushing to Barracuda. This includes new features, improvements, fixes but also...