03. 08. 2020 Valentina Da Rold Bug Fixes, NetEye

Bug Fixes for NetEye 4.13

The new NetEye release 4.13 brings with it the upgrade of GLPI version 9.4.6 and the Icinga Module Director version 1.7.2

GLPI upgrade

This is a security upgrade, that fixes some issues like possible SQL injections and XSS, increases password security allowing the customization of the key for storing them and many others. You can find more details at the following link.

Icinga Module Director upgrade

This is a bug-fix upgrade, that fixes the below issues.

  • Fixed basket snapshot issue that throws an error when a user creates a snapshot of the already existing basket but the basket content has already been modified
  • Fixed service template’s objects issue (Director > Services > Service Template) which shows nothing when clicked on the object count, associated with the service template
  • Fixed an issue that throws SQL error while creating a hostgroup with a custom field

For NetEye 4.13 we updated:

  • glpi, glpi-autosetup and glpi-neteye-config to version 9.4.6_neteye1.5.0-1
  • glpi-plugin-icingaweb2sso and lpi-plugin-icingaweb2sso-autosetup to version 1.5.0-1
  • glpi-plugin-ocsinventoryng and glpi-plugin-ocsinventoryng-autosetup to version 1.6.0_neteye1.2.0-1
  • icingaweb2-module-director and icingaweb2-module-director-autosetup to version 1.7.2_neteye1.16.0-1
Valentina Da Rold

Valentina Da Rold

Hi, I'm Valentina and I'm a Frontend Developer at Wuerth Phoenix. I started out my career applying my Cryptography skills to coding, but really quickly fell in love with the web. I have been making websites and applications since 2012 and I still can't get enough of it. Along the way I found a passion for front-end development, and I use this passion to create interfaces that solve problems. When I'm not creating beautiful solutions, I enjoy cooking or doing sport, while listening to beautiful music.

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Valentina Da Rold

Hi, I'm Valentina and I'm a Frontend Developer at Wuerth Phoenix. I started out my career applying my Cryptography skills to coding, but really quickly fell in love with the web. I have been making websites and applications since 2012 and I still can't get enough of it. Along the way I found a passion for front-end development, and I use this passion to create interfaces that solve problems. When I'm not creating beautiful solutions, I enjoy cooking or doing sport, while listening to beautiful music.

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