Virtual Machines UPDATE

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), on the Virtual Machines screen, the new Sub-Agent Health Detail pages provide you with service health details for each of your sub-agents.

This useful information will allow you to perform remediation in a timely manner.

  • The new Sub-Agent Health Table displays the sub-agent health related to your Armor-protected virtual machines.

  • You can review specific information and troubleshooting steps for the each sub-agent. Details for the Armor Agent service are displayed in the below example.

To learn more, see the Virtual Machines and ANYWHERE Virtual Machines documentation.

Virtual Machines UPDATE

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), the Virtual Machines screen has been updated to include an Auto-Remove feature for Armor Anywhere virtual machines. This feature will allow you to better manage which virtual machines display in AMP. 

The Auto-Remove setting can be found within the new Virtual Machine Settings cog option on the Virtual Machines screen. This setting is limited to users in the Admin role only.

When this feature is enabled, any Anywhere virtual machines that are no longer communicating with Armor will be removed from AMP.

To learn more, review the ANYWHERE Virtual Machines documentation in the external KB.

Marketplace UPDATE

As part of this release, R1Soft appliances will now be enrolled in automatic patching. This change will allow R1Soft appliances to remain current. 

In the Marketplace, the Virtual Machines purchase confirmation screen has been updated to include an Update Schedule section. Within this section, users will find details on the patching schedule for that particular virtual machine.

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Firewall Rules UPDATE

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), Firewall Rule Notes will now be tracked on the Account Activity screen.

In addition, the Account Activity CSV export file has been updated to include a more detailed breakdown of Firewall Rule changes/activity. This information was previously displayed in one column within the export file.

This update will allow you to access more information regarding changes to your firewall rules.

Vulnerability Scanning UPDATE

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), the Vulnerability Scanning screen has been updated.

On the Vulnerability Scan Report, the following changes were made to the By Vulnerabilities tab:

  • Removed the Date Discovered and CVSS columns
  • Added the Category and Known Exploits columns
  • Added the ability to filter by Known Exploits
    • Modified the Severity filter

Additionally, on the Vulnerability Detail screen, the Metadata section was updated to also include the Category and Known Exploits fields. 

Also part of this release, the Vulnerability Scan Report was updated to no longer display vulnerabilities associated with virtual machines that have been terminated or powered off.

To learn more, review the Vulnerability Scanning and ANYWHERE Vulnerability Scanning documentation in the external KB.



In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), when attempting to add an additional disk to a virtual machine in the Armor Marketplace, in some cases, an error may have been encountered and the request may have been rejected altogether. 

This is due to a known VMWare-related issue. Until the issue is resolved by VMWare, the ability to Configure Storage (add disks) has been removed from the Marketplace.

To add disks to a virtual machine, you will need to visit the VM Details page for the specific virtual machine, then access the Storage tab.

The Virtual Machines in the Marketplace documentation has been updated to reflect this change.


In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), on the SSL VPN Activity screen, there was an issue with SSL VPN activity not filtering correctly. In some instances, activity was only displaying for a single data center.

This issue has been resolved.

Account Activity 

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP) and in the Internal Management Console (IMC), there was an issue with the VM Name not displaying for log collector actions on the Account Activity screen.

This issue has been resolved.

Protection Dashboard 

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), there was an issue with the number of Assets Protected displayed on the Protection screen not matching the virtual machines count on the Virtual Machines screen.

It was determined that the Assets Protected count does not include virtual machines created the same day.

The Protection Dashboard and ANYWHERE Protection Dashboard documentation has been updated to include this information. 


In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), on the Sub-Accounts screen, there was an issue with the data on this screen not filtering correctly based on status. This issue has been resolved.

Also on the Sub-Accounts screen, there was an issue with the wrong permission being tied to the mass-invitation feature. This issue has been resolved.

As a result, the new Write Mass-Invite permission has been created for the mass-invitation feature.