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uberAgent 5.3.1: Firefox Monitoring Enhancements and General Bug Fixing

  • by Dominik Britz
  • December 18, 2019

We are happy to announce the newest version of our user experience and application performance monitoring product. uberAgent 5.3.1 adds enhancement for monitoring web apps in Firefox and brings many other improvements.

For a full list of changes, please consult the release notes. As always, upgrading is highly recommended (instructions).

Firefox

As you might have read on our blog, Mozilla enforces showing a consent dialog to users if an add-on collects information about visited URLs, even if the add-on was deployed through Group Policy. This resulted in manual changes and work for administrators. With uberAgent version 5.3.1, everything is automated again.

General Bug Fixing

We made uberAgent even more robust by fixing a few bugs. The complete list can be found here.

About uberAgent

uberAgent is an innovative Windows and macOS user experience monitoring (UXM) and endpoint security analytics (ESA) product. UXM highlights include detailed information about boot and logon duration, application unresponsiveness detection, network reliability drill-downs, process startup duration, application usage metering, browser performance, web app metrics, and Citrix insights. ESA comes with a sophisticated activity monitoring engine, the uAQL query language, detection of risky activity, DNS query monitoring, hash calculation, registry monitoring, and Authenticode signature verification.

About vast limits

vast limits GmbH is the company behind uberAgent, the innovative user experience monitoring and endpoint security analytics product. vast limits’ customer list includes organizations from industries like finance, healthcare, professional services, and education, ranging from medium-sized businesses to global enterprises. vast limits’ network of qualified solution partners ensures best-in-class service and support anywhere in the world.

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