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Vound occasionally issues "patch releases", to quickly address issues of a severe nature. Below is a list of the patch releases and a description of their changes.

The following patch release has been issued since the 2.5 release:

2.5.0.1

  • While Intella is not affected by the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228), we have released a patch to ensure that the latest versions of the SLF4J and Logback logging libraries are used.

The following patch release has been issued since the 2.4.2 release:

2.4.2.1

  • While Intella is not affected by the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228), we have released a patch to ensure that the latest versions of the SLF4J and Logback logging libraries are used.

The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.3.1 release:

2.3.1.3

  • Fixed an issue where tags could be lost if those tags were applied in 2.4 and the case was subsequently opened in 2.3.x.
  • Fixed an issue where the dongle driver would not install on certain Windows installations.

2.3.1.2

  • Fixed an issue where a crawler crash that could result in corrupt text stores were not reported in the Errors tab.
  • Fixed an issue where email metadata in rich text NSF items was indexed in a way that made them non-responsive to certain field-specific keyword searches.
  • Fixed an issue where indexing of certain calendar items could result in an endless loop, causing indexing to never complete.

2.3.1.1

  • Fixed an issue where timezone settings may not be properly applied to file system items in an AD1 disk image.
  • Fixed an issue where timezone settings may not be properly applied to certain items when the source time zone is different from the investigator machine's time zone. This affects Hangul version 3 documents, OpenOffice documents (creation dates only), deletion stubs in NSF, and certain dates in USB-related artifacts.

The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.3 release:

2.3.0.1

  • Fixed an error that might occur when using an export template that contains tags that are not present in this case (item report export type only).
  • Fixed an issue when Intella doesn't index certain draft or deleted emails without body, senders and recipients in EDB containers.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.2.2 release:

2.2.2.1

  • Fixes a backwards compatibility issue introduced in 2.2.2 that concerns items redacted with an older Intella version.
  • When a crawler process crashes, the item IDs of potentially incompletely indexed items are now logged.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.1.1 release:

2.1.1.3

  • Improvements aimed to discover and present ORGANIZER and ATTENDEE properties as a part of PST and EDB calendar items.
  • Improvements that prevent or reduce data loss and case corruption in case of system or network failure.

2.1.1.2

  • Improvements to make indexing and case conversion more fault tolerant.
  • Fixes an issue with the installer taking a long time to complete, blocking on the HASP driver installation.
  • Fixes an issue with the CSV export and table column chooser not working correctly when tag groups or content analysis columns were deleted.
  • Fixes an issue with the "Restore Annotations" function not working correctly.

2.1.1.1

  • Fixes an issue with version update notifications not working properly
  • Fixes an issue with an occasionally error being thrown in Previewer
  • Improves the speed of I/O operations for certain case files stored on a Network Drive

The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.1 release:

2.1.0.1
  • Fixes a fatal error (BufferUnderflowException) that affects the entire indexing of an EDB file.
2.1.0.2
  • Fixes a fatal error (UnsupportedOperationException) that affects the entire indexing of an EDB 2010 file.
  • Fixes a case conversion issue, concerning cases made with 1.9.x that failed to migrate at all.
2.1.0.3
  • Fixes a case conversion issue, resulting in parts of the case data not being migrated to the new case.
  • Fixes excessive use of non-deleted temporary files when processing an EDB file.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.0.1 release:
 
2.0.1.1
  • Fixes a cryptic error that occurs when re-indexing a case without the evidence files present, obfuscating what is actually going wrong and making it hard for the end user to resolve the situation.
  • Fixes an issue with "Index new data" failing to populate the Location and Family Date attributes for items added in a subsequent indexing run.
  • Fixes an issue with broken PST files not indexing properly.
  • Fixes an IBM Notes validation issue.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 2.0 release:
 
2.0.0.1
  • Rolls back the haspdinst.exe driver from v7.51 to v7.41, because the former appears to cause system crashes on some Windows installations.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 1.9 release:
 
1.9.0.1
  • Fixes an issue with the export to PST failing to export all items.
  • Fixes an issue with the "Open in native application" option not working on some item types.
1.9.0.2
  • Fixes an issue with the preferences file becoming syntactically incorrect when storing certain values.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 1.8.4 release:
 
1.8.4.1
  • Adds support for the Intella P.I. product.
1.8.4.2
  • Fixes an issue with cases failing to open.
  • Fixes an encoding issue when exporting non-ASCII data to a load file using ASCII encoding.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 1.8.3 release:
 
1.8.3.1
  • This releases uses the same baseline code as Intella Connect 1.8.3.1. There are no fixes in here that affect the desktop product.
The following patch releases have been issued since the 1.8.1 release:
 
1.8.1.1
  • Fixes an issue with emails getting incorrect created and last modified dates when there is another email with identical content but with different raw data present in the case.
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