Monitoring Support for the Opera Browser
Previously, the Mac Agent only supported activity monitoring on Safari, Chrome, Brave, and Firefox.
Now, we are adding support for the Opera browser too.
You will be able to see website activities on reports like BI Reports > Applications & Websites, Monitoring > Web Pages & Applications, etc.:
Support for the Webpage Title Criterion in Webpages Rules
Previously, the Webpages rules only supported the Webpage Url, Request type and Query argument name criteria.
Now, we are adding support for the Webpage Title criterion. Using it you can create a rule like the following:
Here, all visits to YouTube will be blocked, unless it contains "Teramind" in the title. Meaning, the user will be able to visit the "Teramind" channel.
Support for the DON'T MONITOR WEB TRAFFIC FOR THESE IPS Option on the Websites' Monitoring Settings
We are adding support for the DON'T MONITOR WEB TRAFFIC FOR THESE IPS option on the Monitoring Settings > Monitoring profile > Websites panel:
You can use this option to exclude network traffic inspection for any IP address(es).
Here are some additional notes about this option:
- The field accepts IP addresses (e.g.,
188.8.131.52), IP masks (e.g.,
184.108.40.206/24) and Network-based Shared Lists. Currently it doesn't support any domain names, regular expressions or Text-based Shared Lists.
- When the option is used, Teramind proxy certificate ("Internet Widgits") will not be injected into the website(s) matching the IP address(es). As a result, Webpages-based rules will not work for any website(s) matching the IP address(es).
- Website activities will be captured and appear on reports like the BI Reports > Applications & Websites.
- Keystrokes entered on the sites will be captured and appear on reports like the BI Reports > Keystrokes.
Support for the OFFLINE RECORDING BUFFER SIZE Option on the Offline Recording's Monitoring Settings
In Mac Agent 1.237, we introduced support for offline screen recordings. However, until now, you could only configure the OFFLINE RECORDING'S BUFFER LENGTH (HRS) option from the Monitoring Settings > Monitoring profile > Offline Recording panel.
Now, we are adding support for the OFFLINE RECORDING BUFFER SIZE (MB) option too:
With this option, you will be able to configure how much disk space the Agent will use before it stops capturing the screen recordings in offline mode. The default value of 0 means, there will be no limit.
Note that, if you use both the OFFLINE RECORDING'S BUFFER LENGTH (HRS) and the OFFLINE RECORDING BUFFER SIZE (MB) options, the lowest value will be prioritized. For example, if you specify a 24-hour buffer length but a 10-MB buffer size, the Agent will only capture a few minutes of screen recordings (depending on the screen resolution, number of desktops/monitors, user activity, etc.). Same way, if you specified a 999999-MB buffer size but only a 1-hour buffer length, only 1 hour's worth of screen recordings will be captured even though the buffer can possibly hold a much longer duration of recordings.