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Easter Monday 18th April
Posted by Craig Godbold on 15 April 2022 03:16 PM

Dear Excentis Customers,

Monday 18th April is a public holiday in Belgium and therefore Excentis will be closed.

Any support cases will be answered the next business day, which is 19th April


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XRA-31 Version 5.2.2
Posted by Dieter Dobbelaere on 05 April 2022 09:19 AM

Excentis is excited to announce a new version of the XRA-31!

This version improves upon the previous version in both stability and reliability through several bug fixes.

More details can be found in the full changelog.

We strongly advise our customers to update to this


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Simultaneous releases: GUI, Server and Wireless Endpoint
Posted by Mathieu Strubbe on 22 February 2022 09:21 PM

ByteBlower GUI 2.15.0 has just been released. Biggest novelty: full support for macOS version 11 Big Sur and newer. Read the full changelog here.

You can use the update pop-up in the ByeBlower GUI or use the installers from the setup pages.




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ByteBlower GUI 2.14.2
Posted by Pieter Vandercammen on 04 January 2022 05:21 PM

ByteBlower GUI 2.14.2 has just been released. This update builds on the earlier 2.14 release. Read the full changelog here.

You can use the update pop-up in the ByeBlower GUI or use the installers from the setup pages.


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Config File Editor version 2.6.2
Posted by David Van Deynse on 21 December 2021 01:59 PM

Dear Excentis Customers,

We would like to inform you about a new release of our free Config File Editor, version 2.6.2.

It contains the following fixes/improvements:

- Support for MacOS (Big Sur): improved java runtime detection
- Improved CVC Chain calculation (handle already present pkcs#7 structure), added optional (empty) CRLs
- Fixed erroneous constraint for Guaranteed Grant Rate TLV

You can pick your favorite OS flavour in our download


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Log4J Information and Update
Posted by Craig Godbold on 16 December 2021 02:01 PM

Dear Excentis Customers,

 

As many of you are aware, a vulnerability was found in Log4J, an open-source logging library commonly used by apps and services across the internet.

We would like to inform all of our customers that there is only 1 Excentis product that has any use of Log4J and that is the ByteBlower GUI. We would like to reassure you that this vulnerability does not pose a risk for desktop applications because anyone accessing the application already has control over the PC to


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